42 Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Movies

42 BEST Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Favourite Holiday Movies

Christmas…

The thought of Christmas may get our senses abuzz! It’s not just the Christmas window-dressings and Christmas songs that are played in every store you walk into at this time of the year but also the aroma of chestnut roasting, mulled wine and gingerbread cookies. Then, there is the social media! We find Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies accompanying photos on Instagram and Facebook.

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Christmas has been one of my favourite times of the year for as long as I can remember. I recall the many moments grabbing my seat before the telly over a glass of red to watch a favourite holiday movie. Of course, earlier in the day, my home is filled with Christmas songs, much inspired by Nat King Cole, Stevie Wonder’s, and Mariah Carey. I find myself watching holiday movies from October onwards each year.

How about you? When do you begin watching holiday movies?

Most Christmas movies come and go but some stay in my mind and heart long after the season past. When Christmas comes around again, I remember scenes and quotes from these movies that takes me back to the first moments.

Without a doubt, I am one of ‘those’ who is crazy about festive quotes, captions and sayings! Here are some of my favourite Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies which I happily share with you hoping these will cheer you up as well, as we enter into the holiday season.

Best Christmas Movie Captions

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Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Movies

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Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Films

Regardless how many times we watch these movies, the moments never seem old. These are my absolute favourite Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies — sweet, meaningful, and fun at this time of the year.

1 | “Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can’t see.” — The Polar Express

2 | “I believe, I believe. It’s silly but I believe.” — Miracle on 34th Street

3 | “Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings.” — It’s a Wonderful Life, one of the best loved holiday films not to miss.

4 | “It’s Christmas Eve. It’s the one night of the year when we all act a little nicer, we smile a little easier, we cheer a little more. For a couple of hours out of the whole year, we are the people that we always hoped we would be.” — Scrooged

5 | “Christmas isn’t just a day, it’s a frame of mind.” — Miracle on 34th Street

6 | “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” — Elf

7 | “I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.” — A Christmas Carol

8 | “That’s what Christmas memories are made from. They’re not planned, they’re not scheduled, nobody puts them in their Blackberry. They just happen.” — Deck the Halls

9 | “Treat every day like Christmas.” — Elf

10 | “We all know that Christmas is a big commercial racket. It’s run by a big Eastern syndicate, you know.” — A Charlie Brown Christmas

Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Movies

Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Movies
Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Films

11 | “The Grinch thought of something he hadn’t before. Maybe Christmas, he thought … doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps … means a little bit more!” — How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

12 | “First we’ll make snow angels for two hours, then we’ll go ice skating, then we’ll eat a whole roll of Toll House® cookie dough as fast as we can, and then to finish, we’ll snuggle.” — Elf

13 | “Looks great. Little full, lotta sap.” — Christmas Vacation

14 | “You stink. You smell like beef and cheese, you don’t smell like Santa.” — Elf

15 | “Merry Christmas, you filthy animal.” — Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

16 | “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid.” — A Christmas Story

17 | “Christmas was on its way. Lovely, glorious, beautiful Christmas, upon which the entire kid year revolved.” — A Christmas Story

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Christmas film captions inspired by best holiday films
Christmas film captions inspired by best holiday films

18 | “But for now, let me say. Without hope or agenda. Just because it’s Christmas. And at Christmas you tell the truth. To me, you are perfect.” — Love Actually

19 | “It’s Christmas Eve and we are going to go celebrate being young and being alive.” — The Holiday

20 | “Isn’t there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?” — A Charlie Brown Christmas

21 | “It’s Christmas Eve. A time of mystery, expectations, who knows what might happen.” — The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

22 | “We elves try to stick to the four main food groups: candy, candy canes, candy corn and syrup.” — Elf

23 | “Some people are worth melting for.” — Frozen

24 | “Just remember, the true spirit of Christmas lies in your heart.” — The Polar Express

25 | “There’s a certain magic that comes with the very first snow. For when the first snow is also a Christmas snow, well, something wonderful is bound to happen” — Frosty the Snowman

26 | “Yes, Yes, I do! I like Christmas! I love Christmas” — A Christmas Carol

27 | “Christmas is just about my favorite time. Ever since I was a little kid, I always felt like it was my own personal holiday.” — Ernest Saves Christmas

28 | “It was the afternoon of Christmas Eve and Scrooge was conscious of a thousand odors, each one connected with a thousand thoughts and hopes and joys and cares long, long forgotten.” — The Muppet Christmas Carol

29 | “I’m of the mindset that you can never do too much to make a child’s Christmas magical.” — Jingle All the Way

Christmas Movie Captions Inspired by Best Holiday Movies

Christmas film captions inspired by best holiday films
Christmas film captions inspired by best holiday films

30 | “This is Christmas. The season of perpetual hope.” — Home Alone

31 | “Rudolph, with your nose so bright, won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?” — Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer

32 | “I suppose it all started with the snow. You see, it was a very special kind of snow. A snow that made the happy happier, and the giddy even giddier.” — Frosty the Snowman

33 | “If you look for it, I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll find that love is actually all around.” — Love Actually

34 | “This is extremely important. Will you please tell Santa that instead of presents this year, I just want my family back.” — Home Alone

35 | “You’re skipping Christmas! Isn’t that against the law.” — Christmas with the Kranks

36 | “Well, in Whoville, they say that the Grinch’s heart grew three sizes that day.” — Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas

37 | “Seeing isn’t believing. Believing is seeing.” — The Santa Claus

38 | “God bless us, every one!” — A Christmas Carol

39 | “And we’re going to have the hap-hap-happiest Christmas.” — Christmas Vacation

40 | “I never thought it was such a bad little tree. It’s not bad at all really. Maybe it just needs a little love.” — A Charlie Brown Christmas

41 | “I want my house to be seen from space.” — Deck the Halls

42 | “Christmas is just about my favorite time. Ever since I was a little kid, I always felt like it was my own personal holiday.” — Ernest Saves Christmas

Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies
Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies

Finally …

That’s a wrap from me on my favourite Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies. I sincerely hope you have enjoyed them just as much if not more.

Which one is your favourite Christmas movie captions? Have I missed any that should be included here? Look forward to hearing from you.

Have a super awesome Christmas 2021!

Christmas movie captions inspired by best holiday movies
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Coal Drops Yard at Christmas in Kings Cross London

Coal Drops Yard at Christmas in Kings Cross London

In the heart of Kings Cross, there is a beautiful area that brings a totally different atmosphere to the hustle and bustle of London City life. This hidden gem of traffic-free Victorian cobbled streets and red-brick arches adds a unique flavour to the shopping and dining culture in London. It is even more spectacular during the festive season. Located within a 5-minute walk of Kings Cross Station, the Coal Drops Yard at Christmas is a destination not to be missed. The magical, merry and bright lights at the upscale Coal Drops Yard shopping and dining area is atmospheric, presented in an unusually Christmassy tree entwined with a ‘green spirit’.

Coal Drops Yard at Christmas

Coal Drops Yard at Christmas and its very special untraditional Christmas tree

The unusual Christmas installations at Coal Drops Yard is a huge 8.5 metre (28 ft) high Terrarium Tree. It is a creation by the Botanical Boys. This magnificent creation feature 70 terrariums with each containing a unique, individual mini garden. The terrariums are surrounded by 168 mirrored baubles in differing sizes, bringing the unconventional Christmas tree to life with its glowing reflections. Added to this is the illumination from below, casting a beautiful warm glow across the courtyard.

In keeping with their green spirit, the terrariums will grow in their baubles throughout this festive season. When the festivities are over, the terrariums will be re-homed in 2021. As well, the main structure of the tree is reusable and will be transformed into new tree designs.

Coal Drops Yard at Christmas – A place to Shop, Eat, Drink & Explore

Shop

Along with the magical and festive spirit, the shops at Coal Drops Yard are adding to the merry cheer of Christmas shopping. With Christmas being a little different this year with much of Christmas shopping done online, the many brands home to Coal Drops Yard are offering exclusive in-store discounts.

From new names to well-known brands such as &- Other Stories, one-stop styling destinations, to Wolf & Badger, an independent homeware and beauty brand, Coal Drops Yard is the place for unique and extraordinary gifts.

For a full listings of places to shop and brands to look-out for, check this website: https://www.kingscross.co.uk/shopping-at-kings-cross-listing

Eat and Drink | Coal Drops Yard at Christmas

Wider Kings Cross area is a foodie hotspot that has something for everyone and for every budget. The restaurants, bars and cafes at Coal Drops Yard offer cosy terraces and covered spaces to welcome diners for authentic dining experiences.

Many of the eateries at Coal Drops Yard have beautiful terraces with al fresco dining along with outdoor heating and blankets to ward-off the winter chill.

For fun and authentic Mexican corn tortillas, tacos and tostadas with refreshing tequila, head over to Plaza Pastor. It is a permanent outdoor venue, totally covered and heated.

The Drop is an elegant wine bar nestled under the old Victorian arches and has seating outdoors with good heating. The wine list is said to be one of the best around and they serve responsibly sourced oysters, meat and cheeses.

For a full listings of cozy terraces and eateries go to: https://www.coaldropsyard.com/cosy-outdoor-terraces-at-coal-drops-yard/

Explore the surrounds of Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross London

As well, you could grab yourself a drink or immerse yourself in a book on the steps by Regent’s Canal. Regent’s Canal runs through the heart of Kings Cross and has been transformed to be an important part of this neighbourhood at Coal Drops Yard and Granary Square. As you walk along the canal from Granary Square towards Gasholder Park, you will see Camley Street Nature Park.

A nature reserve, Camley Street Nature Park was created from a two-acre coal yard in 1984. The beautiful woodland, the grassland and wetland habitats provide a haven for birds, butterflies and plant life. A little further along the towpath, you will reach Gasholder Park and St Pancras Cruising Club. St Pancras Cruising Club is a lovely spot to enjoy a slower pace of life.

A little background to Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross London

Opened in October 2018, Coal Drops Yard is part of the wider redevelopment of Kings Cross area in Central London offering high-end shopping and dining experiences. Home to a wonderful mix of independent shops and signature brands from both home and abroad, visiting Coal Drops Yard is an experience in itself. Seeing how beautiful it is today, you would never know that this area was once used as warehouses for storing coal, colonised by a nightclub and formed part of derelict London branded by prostitution and drug-dealing.

Built in 1850, the two long Victorian warehouses has attached train viaducts. The two-storey brick and cast-iron sheds were used to receive and store coal for London from South Yorkshire, North of England. About 8 million tonnes were transported each year, trans-shipped via the Regent’s Canal and horse-drawn carts to heat homes and businesses in the City of London. As coal usage declined, the warehouses were adapted for light industry and storage. There was a nightclub here as well, Bagley’s which was closed in 2007. Eventually, the area fell into disuse by the late 1990s.


Practical Information for Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross, London

Location:

Stable St, Kings Cross, London N1C 4DQ

Opening hours:

Coal Drops Yard is open to visitors between 10am-11pm. Please check individual retailer pages for opening hours and information.

How to get to Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross London

As it is in the heart of the City of London, the most convenient way to reach Coal Drops Yard is by public transport to Kings Cross Station or St Pancras Station. At Kings Cross Station, access via King’s Boulevard or King’s Cross Square – follow signs for Regent’s Canal, cross the bridge over the canal, and Coal Drops Yard is on the left, just off Granary Square.

Plan ahead > Places to Stay near Kings Cross

As Kings Cross is in the heart of London, there are many possibilities for accommodation. From budget, mid-range apartments to luxurious 5-star accommodation near Kings Cross London. If you are considering a stay at a beautiful affordable reputable hotel, I would recommend staying at the Copthorne Tara Hotel, Kensington. or the Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington

Firstly, Copthorne Tara Hotel Kensington is a 4-star rated accommodation and offers easy access to transportation at High Street Kensington. You could dine on site for a modern British and European cuisine – but why would you when you can get to Coal Drops Yard in an easy taxi ride or by the London Underground to Kings Cross.

Secondly, the Millennium Gloucester Hotel Kensington is also a 4-star rated accommodation set against fashionable South Kensington, with easy access to Victoria Albert Museum, Hyde Park and Gloucester Road tube station. Staying here will also give you easy access to Coal Drops Yard and surrounds of Kings Cross.

The Millennium & Copthorne Hotels Group run seasonal campaigns and offer discounts for their members as well which may be something of value to you if you are considering travels and enjoying their hospitality at your selected destinations. Use the link below and search for your stay.

For a greater selection of accommodation to suit every budget, including self-catered apartments, long-stay, family vacation, look-up booking dot com who are my go-to search engine for good quality places to stay.

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Plan ahead > Activities to do when in London

London is a grand city that has quirky, and extraordinarily memorable activities to fulfill every wanderlust. From traditional sightseeing landmarks such as the St Paul’s Cathedral, or visiting a Monument dedicated to the resilience of Londoners to fun rooftop bars and climbing The O2 – your visit to the City of London will not disappoint. In addition, there are so many choices to experience a little of the English countryside on a day trip from London. Highly recommended are visits to the Roman Baths and a visit to Somerset to experience the ancient architectural marvel as well as the Lake District.

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For an extraordinarily special experience when visiting London, enjoy a trip on 1st class and go on a scenic train journey. Learn more about train tickets and choices you have from Trainline and FirstTranspennine Express.

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Finally on Coal Drops Yard at Christmas …

A visit to Coal Drops Yard at Christmas or at any time of the year and you will find that it is a place of culture, food and great vibes. There are so many choices to satisfy one’s gastronomic cravings with a great combination of boutiques, restaurants, coffee bars and plenty of outdoor spaces. Both Granary Square and Regent’s Canal are great for people watch or to read a book. Coal Drops Yard is a destinations that should top your list when in London.


Have you visited Coal Drops Yard? If you have, please do share your experiences — you never know who you might inspire. If you are yet to, was this article valuable to you in planning your visit to Coal Drops Yard? If so, let me know in comments below. Would love to hear from you.

Have a wonderful time exploring Coal Drops Yard.

Georgina xx

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Christmas in London — Magical Markets, Dazzling lights and Fairytale Ice Rink

Christmas in London- Magical Markets, Dazzling lights and Fairytale Ice Rink

Christmas in London is special, magical and for me, it is the most wonderful time of the year. It is the time of year where Christmas Markets pop up with the best and unique gift ideas for your loved ones, the aroma of spiced infused mulled wine beckons you to try even if you do not want to! The mince pies and roasted chestnuts have their special appeal too. Streets of London glow with more lights than usual that it almost seems like walking through a magical fairyland.

Added to this, the festive vibes that comes along with ice skating rinks accompanied by Christmas songs and hot chocolate with marshmallow topped. Without a doubt, you will also find some of the best decorated Christmas trees in London. There is no place more magical than London.

If you are looking for some festive fun and cheer this year at Christmas, come over to London and experience Christmas in London. London will not disappoint. Here is a list of places you can visit during this festive season.

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Christmas in London | Magical Christmas Markets

1 | Christmas Markets at London’s Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland, Hyde Park, London. November 19th 2021- January 3rd 2022 [Opens 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. daily except Christmas Day]

One of the biggest Christmas Markets in London is Winter Wonderland although it is more like the biggest fun fair in London at Christmas!. It draws thousands of visitors, both near and far for an experience of the largest outdoor ice rink, festive food stalls and the many different rides, roller coasters and ferris wheel. There is an IceBar that serves unique festive cocktails,. The one attraction which I would highly recommend is the Santa Land, an enchanting experience for both young and old. Don’t forget to walk around the stalls for some beautiful handcrafted gifts.

Entry is FREE but attractions and activities are not. For some attractions, prior booking is recommended.

For more information on Winter Wonderland, check their official website here.

2 | Leicester Square Christmas Market

Leicester Square Christmas Market, London: November 12, 2021 to January 3, 2022 [Opens: 12.00 p.m – 10.00 p.m Mon – Fri
10.00 a.m – 10.00 p.m Sat-Sun

The Leicester Square Christmas Market is very much in the heart of London, in theatre land and just a stone’s throw from China Town. It is in the most vibrant part of the City of London. This market is rather small compared to Winter Wonderland but the festive vibes are very present. You will find plenty of food stalls, handcrafted bespoke gifts stalls, festive ornaments and variety shows. In fact, I feel more “at home” here because it has more of a traditional feel than any of the other Christmas Markets in London. The stalls are authentic Bavarian-style wooden huts and this, for me adds to the warmth of the Christmas cheer.

Entrance is FREE. Santa’s Grotto is £11.50 (2020) and the Cabaret Shows are ticketed. For more information on Leicester Square Christmas Market, check their official website here.

3 | Covent Garden Christmas Markets

Covent Garden Christmas Markets, London. November 9, 2021 to January 3, 2022.

Covent Garden is one of the most popular shopping destinations in London at anytime of the year. It is unique because it is one place where you will find highend fashion names alongside market traders, all offering a very special shopping experience. Over 200 stores and each offer their own speciality. There is a wide range of unique handmade crafts and goods, from jewellery and prints to watercolours, soaps and sweet treats – all presenting a perfect opportunity to shop under one roof for that special gift at Christmas for your friends and family.

Christmas is especially beautiful at the Apple Market (don’t forget to look up) when the Christmas decorations go up. With large silver baubles and mistletoe along with carol singing and aroma of food, Covent Garden exudes unbeatable festive vibes making it a magical haven and an instagrammable hotspot! For more information on Covent Garden, check their official website here.

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Christmas in London – Dazzling Christmas Lights Display

Experience the magic of Christmas in London and be dazzled by some of the amazing Christmas Lights Display which will have you in awe. The lights display are a must-see event and the following should top any list.

1 | Oxford Street Christmas Lights Display, London

Christmas is definitely here in London when you are in Oxford Street. You will be amazed at the seasonal window displays lining up the infamous shopping street in the world.

The lights at Oxford Street are spectacular. The display features LED light curtains, made up of sparkling lights draped over the length of the shopping street. The Street is lit up until early January, be sure not to miss it.

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2 | Carnaby Street Christmas Lights Display | Christmas in London

Carnaby Street Christmas lights display is unique each year, displaying a message that is current and close to the hearts and minds of people.

In 2019, it was a quirky underwater theme. Carnaby teamed-up with ocean conservation charity Project 0 for this sustainable display. The display featured bubble-blowing whale, glittering underwater creatures such as giant clusters of jellyfish and 200 illuminated vampire squid – all made using recycled and reusable materials.

In 2020, Carnaby teamed up with Choose Love to bring a message of Love & Unity, brightening up the fashionable street with uplifting messages in pink neon lights.

Yet another display of neon lights comes to Carnaby in 2021. This time it is in the form of over 600 fluttering butterflies representing transformation, change and hope.

Christmas lights at Carnaby in 2021 is scheduled for November 4.

3 | Regent Street / Piccadilly Christmas Lights Display, London

The glorious and amazing golden angels over Regent Street

London's Christmas Lights

…adding that glittering sparkle to our festive shopping.

This is one street in London that must be visited to experience the magical Christmas that is often associated with London.

Pro tip: Best to visit later in the evening after shopping hours when it is less crowded. Between 9 p.m. and midnight is ideal.

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London’s Fabulous Ice Skating Rinks at Christmas

The festive season not only brings magical markets and dazzling lights into play but also some of London’s finest ice-skating rinks bounce into business. Ice skating is one of London’s winter traditions. Not everyone is Torville and Dean, and you don’t have to know how to slide and glide. You can get your skates on and inch your way on the handrail at one of these fabulous ice skating rinks in London that has the loveliest of backdrops I have seen. It all comes together with the music, the dazzling lights and round and round the Christmas tree. Here are two of the best Ice Rinks for an unmissable Christmas in London experience.

1 | Somerset House Ice Rink | Christmas in London

This is the most iconic of London’s ice rink and comes complete with a 40ft Christmas tree, specially curated decorations, delicious food and drink along with contemporary music. A spectacular experience for everyone when celebrating Christmas in London.

Somerset House Ice Rink. Strand, WC2R 1LA. Nearest station: Temple. [Open from November 17, 2021 to January 16, 2022]. Adult tickets start from £11.00

2 | London’s Natural History Museum at Christmas

The Ice Rink at the Natural History Museum is one of the most enchanting of ice rinks in London. There is a 30ft tree, beautifully decorated with dazzling twinkling lights right in the centre. Benugo’s Cafe serves up hot chocolate, cream teas, prosecco and cake. There is a viewing platform providing a glimpse of all the sparkling action below.

2021 is the FINAL year of the ice rink at Natural History Museum. If you haven’t experienced it, get your skates on!

Natural History Museum, London. Cromwell Road, Kensington, SW7 5BD. Nearest station: South Kensington. [Open from 11:00 a.m – 10:00 p.m. | October 22, 2021 to January 16, 2022 . Adult tickets start from £12.65; Children £8.80

3 | Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink


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Have you visited London at Christmas? Share your experiences and you may inspire other readers. If you haven’t, was this post valuable to you in planning your visits to London during the Christmas festive season? If so, please let me know in comments below. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Have an awesome time this Christmas

Georgina xx

Updated October 27, 2021

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Please check with event organisers directly via links provided for opening times, prices and ways to book your time slot. This article was initially published in December 2019 and last updated on October 27, 2021. Whatever you do, always have fun and enjoy Christmas in London.


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