Christmas Day in Grenada is marked by religious celebrations and an increased generosity of spirit among the local population. Christmas traditions include the display of Nativity scenes, the decoration of Christmas trees and homes, Christmas parties with Santa Claus being the special guest at children's parties and the exchange of gifts during the festive season.
Christian Churches celebrate with midnight services on December 24th. Christmas Day is spent with friends and family, eating traditional Christmas meals and exchanging of gifts. Malls and Stores open late into the evening on Christmas Eve while restaurants offer special Christmas Day menus for both lunch and dinner. Christmas Day is a public holiday. Banks and most business places are closed on this day.