Tennessee December 24, 2015
Here Are The 11 Best Christmas Displays In Tennessee. They’re Magical.
It may be Christmas Eve, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a slew of Tennessee Christmas displays! Plus, a majority of these spots are open until the new year. Find one near you and take a look!
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
11) Sevierville Winterfest
Home to the world's largest LED drive through Christmas display, you don't even have to get out of the car to enjoy a bit of East Tennessee beauty.
10) Holiday Lights at Cheekwood - Nashville
There's 750,000 lights in the Cheekwood display every year, plus s'mores pits and live reindeer. It's currently running and you can see the lights until January 3rd.
9) Speedway in Lights - Bristol
The quarter mile race track is decorated for the holidays and even boasts an ice rink. All in one, you know.
8) Enchanted Garden of Lights - Chattanooga
Did you know it's year 21 for Rock City? They've boasted dinner with Santa and a gorgeous light display for quite awhile! It's a bit pricier, roughly $22 for an adult and $13 for a child, but your jaw on the floor makes it worth it.
7) Snowy Lights in my Big Backyard - Memphis
The Memphis Botanic Garden celebrates the holidays with the Snowy Lights in My Big Backyard, open through December 30th. You have to buy tickets, so make sure to grab a couple before they sell out - because yes. They will.
6) Dancing Lights of Christmas - Nashville
The Big 98 WSIX brings, for the sixth year in the row, the Dancing Lights of Christmas at Jellystone Park. You can drive through the fun display from November 6th to January 3rd.
5) Christmas at Graceland - Memphis
What is better than a bit of rock 'n roll history AND the Christmas season? The package is pretty expensive, but a perfect gift for the die hard fan of the King.
4) Trinity Music City - Hendersonville
With lights displayed from November 1st to January 15th, you can enjoy Christmas for two and a half months! Who doesn't want that...? Plus, parents - it's free!
3) Festival of Lights - Lebanon
The Festival of Lights is a lot more limited in schedule, open Thursday to Sunday during the month of December, but it's wildly popular with the kids. Plus, it's a drive through light display, so you can bundle up the little ones with hot cocoa and drive around 'til they fall asleep.
2) Lights on Old Charlotte - Franklin
Dude - 65,000 lights?? A 20 foot hugely tall and awesome Christmas tree?? PLUS a helicopter size manger?! You can't miss it. The show runs through December 27th, so get over there quick before you have to wait another year!
1) Gaylord Opryland Hotel - Nashville
Open November 30th to January 2nd, the light display at Opryland is free and one of the most popular sights in Nashville during the wintertime. Not even just Nashville - in the STATE. Go early in the season to beat the crowds!
Any favorites? Let us know in the comments below!