Tennessee December 18, 2016
The Magical Road Trip Will Take You Through Tennessee’s Most Charming Christmas Towns
Christmas is the most magical time of the year, which means we like to see a WHOLE lot of it. Tennessee, a tender Tennessee Christmas, if you will, should be at the tippy TOP of your list when it comes to road trips and Christmas festivals and all-around holiday joy. We’ve found a solid couple of towns that would be happy to host, if you’re ready to travel.
You can take the road trip for yourself with this
Tennessee Christmas map!
The Museum of Appalachia in Clinton, Tennessee recreates a historic Christmas in the south, complete with banjos, candlelit evenings and popcorn balls.
This wintry wonderland is home to the ever stunning Ruby Falls, hosting scads of festivals and proffering a light laden downtown. This is a great place for a stop, especially if you're on your way to Atlanta.
The best place for antiquing in Middle Tennessee, Nolensville has a countryside that will make you swoon and a darling downtown that's perfect for holiday shopping. Plus, most of their shops stock up on cookie plates and warm drinks to keep you comin' back for more! We'll take it.
Historic Franklin is known for its downtown theatre and gorgeous Main Street .Lauded as one of the best small towns in America, you won't be disappointed if you take some time to walk down the wreath-strewn streets.
Located just a hop, skip and a jump from Franklin, Leipers Fork will give you a true small town Christmas. Their events are small but infused with southern charm - and how could they not? When a tiny town like this shows out for the holidays, it's a shining moment.
Located out near Memphis, we'd like to say Collierville overshadows our city to the west with its pure holiday joy. Their annual tree lighting is a well-attended event, and the town decor is top-notch. This is a definite stop if you're headed to West Tennessee this winter!
Pretty magic, wouldn’t you say?