The Christmas Lights Road Trip Around Nashville That's Nothing Short Of Magical
If you’re looking for a fantastic new holiday tradition, you should probably take this totally epic and exciting road trip around Nashville. Why? Because Christmas lights are always exciting and your kids are going to go crazy for Nashville’s neatest attractions. Curious…? Let’s go on a road trip to discover the best Christmas lights near Nashville!
Here is the Google Map with directions, if you’d like ’em!
What a sweet memory to make, hey? There are so many stunning spots around Nashville, and now you can combine them into one magical evening – make it a tradition, perhaps?
If you have any more favorite Christmas lights near Nashville to recommend to us, feel free to share them in the comments below. As always, we would love to hear from you!
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What are some fun things to do in Nashville for Christmas?
Nashville is fondly known as Music City, and boy does this town sure know how to celebrate the holidays in style. A trip to Nashville during this time is bound to result in you being able to enjoy the country version of all your favorite Christmas tunes, especially if you visit some classic Honky Tonks on Broadway. A Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland is perhaps the most family-friendly holiday destination in Nashville. With acres of holiday light displays, this is one destination that will quickly become an annual tradition for you and your crew. Some other fun things to do include visiting historic Downtown Franklin, which is absolutely adorable in the winter, and catching a Christmas show at the Ryman or Grand Ole Opry.
What is winter in Nashville like?
Being a southern state, Nashville enjoys relatively mild winters. Temperatures typically range from about 30 to 50 degrees F; however, every year is different. Tennessee has experienced some snaps of cold weather and snow on occasion. If you're looking for some ideas of places you can visit in Tennessee during the winter, we'd recommend any of the following: Wears Valley, Harrison Bay State Park, Miss Marenda's Tearoom, Open Doors Coffee, Cherokee Caverns, and the Great Smoky Mountains.