13 Nov

Hallmark Movie The Christmas Card locations

Nevada City, The Hallmark Christmas Card Movie locations

Have you seen the Hallmark movie The Christmas Card?  The movie stars Ed Asner, John Newtown and Alice Evans and takes place in Nevada City during the holidays.  The Outside Inn has hosted a number of movie fans from near and far over the last 5 years, so I decided it was time to make a locations map and help those who are looking for some of the picturesque spots from the film.  To help with the photo mission I brought along Carla Bonetti, of Nevada County Escapes.

South Yuba River, 49 Crossing

Our first stop was 49 Crossing of the South Yuba River.  In the film there’s a Veteran’s Memorial at this location, please note that the memorial doesn’t exist in real life, but you can still see the spot where the couple kissed down by the river.

Kubich Lumber, Grass Valley

Our next stop was the lumber mill in the film, which is Kubich Lumber Company in Grass Valley.  An intriguing site to see, the out of the way mill is an active working mill, please contact them direclty if you’re interested in visiting.

Hallmark Movie The Christmas Card church

We then returned to downtown Nevada City, picking up our handy locations list from the Outside Inn and walked downtown.  Our first stop was the Methodist Church at the top of Broad Street.

Hallmark Movie The Christmas Card Nevada City locations

Next up we walked down the street and visited the National Hotel and the Nevada City Classic Cafe (known as Curly Fries in the film).

Corner of North Pine Street and Commercial Street

And our last stop was the location of the Christmas Tree lot in the movie, which doesn’t really exist in downtown Nevada City, but you can visit the corner of North Pine Street and Broad Street to see where it was filmed (just behind where these photos were taken).  If you’re not familiar with the area please feel free to stop by the Outside Inn for our new map of all of these locations.  If you haven’t seen the movie you can buy it online or check the Hallmark Movie Channel for times.

The Christmas Card Movie

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29 thoughts on “Hallmark Movie The Christmas Card locations

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  2. Very cool, thanks for the virtual tour. I recently visited the log cabin for a recent wedding reception. The owner of the home (a local doctor) was telling us how they (producer and director) left everything in place. He said it was pretty surreal watching Ed Asner in his front yard with the snow and sled as he was sitting on his deck sipping on hot cider…all while asking himself…”is this really happening?”

  3. Thank you for this wonderful tour. My husband and I are planning a trip to Nevada City sometime in 2013. I started to do the research but see you have done all the work for us. Thank you very much, This information is very helpful.

  4. I saw the Movie 3 times already and I can seeing it again and again is so Beutiful, all the amaising places in Nevada City, It feels so peacefuI. My Husband and I are planning a trip to Nevada City and visit all those places in the Movie.

  5. I have seen this movie so many times..and never never never tire of it…This is a place I would love to settle…it is absolutely beautiful…Nevada City?? Wow…and I am on the Emerald Isle..and I am really strongly (boldly) thinking of emigrating.. what have I to lose..son grown and moving on in his life..and just me and the quietness…thank you…thank you..thank you…!! 😀

  6. Hi,
    I would like to know where the dance scene was filmed for The Christmas Card. There are a few of us who have different ideas, but no one knows for sure. Could you clarify it for us…Thank you…..My favorite Christmas movie!!!

  7. My favorite Christmas movie. I plan to visit Nevada city in the spring or summer of 2014. Looking forward to taking pictures and hiking

  8. You read my mind. After viewing “The Christmas Card” almost 100 times, I loved the scenery, the downtown city pictured and wondered about a possible tour available to visitors. And here it is! Was considering planning a trip to Nevada City and now it moved from a possibility to a reality. Thanks much!

  9. Love the movie as well!!! I bought the DVD and play it frequently. Visiting Nevada City is a “must see” someday. This movie just reaches in and grabs your heart!

  10. Love the movie and I would like to know the location of the “Magic Spot”. I have been to Nevada City many times and love the town!

  11. Hi Erin,

    I found you through Instagram, and by coincidence, my family will be visiting Nevada City for the last weekend of Victorian Christmas this year. We’re fans of the motion picture featured here, so to learn you’ve highlighted some of the sites we wish to visit from the movie, will make the trip that much more terrific. Many thanks!

  12. Dear Sirs, I was wondering where the house was located that was filmed in the movie, that is, where the spellman family lived? Thanks. Pat

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  14. Hi,
    I have been looking for the plans to the log home used in the Christmas Card movie. I do not want to see the home or the people in the home. I just like the floor plans. Is there anyway I could find out where to get plans for this house?

  15. My husband and I are near Nevada City and will be stopping to see the city from one of my favorite movies. We are RVing and may stay a few days. Looking forward to our stay.

  16. My family lived in Nevada City for a few years 57-60’s. My sister and I sang in the youth choir of the Methodist church in this movie.. We (along with my brother) were Baptized on a Easter Sunday there too… We lived up not far from one of the houses from the movie. It has been nice for my Grand & Great Grandkids to see a part of my youth..

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