Memories Remade

There's a reason why families watch the same holiday movies each year, bake the same batches of cookies, and sit down to the same celebratory feasts: Doing these things brings back happy memories of years past. This year, perhaps more than ever before, we're ready to embrace the nostalgia of our childhood holidays—after spending much of 2020 apart, Americans are looking forward to busy holiday seasons spent with family and friends, and that means we'll be going all-out.

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These quaint locales—located all around the country—are nothing short of picturesque during the holidays. Put them on your must-visit list this year.
Martha's Collection of Vintage Faux Christmas Trees Is a Sight to Behold
The bronze one in her dining room is bedecked with silver tinsel and vintage red ornaments.
The Untold Story of the Christmas Pickle Ornament
Do you know the history of the Christmas pickle? If not, don't worry—it seems as if nobody really does.
See What Christmas Trees Have Looked Like Over the Past 100 Years
From Victorian antiquity to the Shiny Brite ornaments of mid-century décor and the modern themes of today, tour all of the best tannenbaums in history.
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This Is How Martha Stewart Has Celebrated Christmas Over the Years
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and our founder loves to celebrate this season with dear family and friends. Over the years, she has continued traditions started by her parents and created new ones with her grandchildren.
Martha's All-Time Favorite Christmas Cookies
Get out your measuring cups, mixing bowls, cookie cutters, and baking trays because you'll want to make all of these Christmas cookies—they're Martha's favorites!