Anyone can visit the charming Canadian city where the network’s new Christmas in Love movie was shot. Head about four hours north of Toronto and you’ll find North Bay, Ontario, the scenic spot that served as the backdrop for the film.
In the holiday feature, viewers get to see the beautiful area where bakery worker Ellie (Brooke D’Orsay) and city-slicking CEO Nick (Daniel Lissing) will battle over the future of the business, which is renown for its Christmas Kringle pastries. As the story progresses, the pair begin to spend more time together as they explore the town and its picturesque main street, which is also a real-life attraction you can see.
In fact, the town and its main drag have also served as the filming location for several more seasonal movies including Hallmark’s Christmas in Angel Falls (2017) and Netflix’s Christmas Inheritance (2017). You’ll also notice some of the same North Bay sights in the upcoming A Veteran’s Christmas and Northern Lights of Christmas on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries.
“North Bay has kept that beautiful look from the past which really plays well in a lot of our movies and adds a lot of our production value for us, so we’re really excited to be here,” Christmas in Angel Falls producer David Anselmo told BayToday.
During your stay, copy the cast and check out the nearby waterfront area, too. Stars Lissing, D’Orsay, and Mary-Margaret Humes took time to venture through the scenic destination together, and even shared photos on Instagram. We’re sure your snaps will be just as stunning!