Nashville December 24, 2018
Take A Road Trip To See The Brightest Christmas Lights Around Nashville
Christmas in Nashville is truly one of the most beautiful experiences in the south. It’s when southern hospitality meshes with holiday festivity, and there’s nothing more lovely than immersing yourself in multitudes of both. These seven Christmas light locations are all around Nashville, and whether you decide to dedicate a night to one or two or perhaps go ham and try them all out, this holiday road trip is bound to be just right for you.
1. Cheekwood Holiday Lights - 1200 Forrest Park Drive
The Cheekwood Mansion holiday lights are truly a classic Nashville tradition, boasting a mile-long walking path that's festooned with millions of lights. Your kids can experience Santa Claus, fall in love with carolers in the art museum or indulge in some delicious hot cocoa as they wander the magical estate.
2. Opryland Country Christmas - 2800 Opryland Drive
Opryland is known as perhaps the most incredible and opulent display of Christmas lights in the entire state. With millions of lights and multiple activities to partake in all across the resort grounds, you're bound to find something that fits your family's needs and your budget throughout the holiday season.
3. Gill's Bright Lights - 288 Lake Terrace Drive
This Hendersonville gem is operated by a local couple who managed to create a synchronized light show with over 50,000 lights. It's a fabulous sight to see, and a real hidden gem.
4. Chad's Winter Wonderland - 791 Old Laguardo Road East
Chad's Winter Wonderland is located in Lebanon, Tennessee, and it marks one of the largest light displays in the nation. With over a million lights and a drive-thru Santa house, you really can't go wrong. The light show has almost one hundred lit arches and boasts synchronized lights for your viewing pleasure.
5. Lights on Old Charlotte - 2613 Old Charlotte Pike
The Lights on Old Charlotte mark a Nashville tradition, and 2018 is going to be the last year this famed, 65,000 lights display will operate. Make sure you check out the twenty-foot mega tree and experience the fun that is and was this Middle Tennessee tradition before lights go out forever.
6. Downtown Franklin - Franklin
It's easy and indulgent to walk the darling Franklin downtown during the holiday season. If you're looking for a low-key investment in holiday cheer, then experiencing the beauty of one of Tennessee's best small towns all lit up with Christmas lights is bound to give you the fun you're looking for.
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