Tennessee November 30, 2016
It’s Not Christmas In Tennessee Until You Do These 12 Enchanting Things
When it comes to Christmas in Tennessee, there are a couple of things you simply HAVE to do before you can really call it the holiday season. We’ve helped you out with your bucket list with 12 PERFECT additions to your calendar. Ready? Because we SO are.
1. Jump in the car and see your neighborhood Christmas lights.
Grab your kids and some hot cocoa - this is where memories are made.
2. Visit the EPIC Christmas store in Pigeon Forge.
Christmas Place is open all year 'round, but has an extra special zing around the holidays.
3. Check out the Lights at Opryland.
Completely free, this is one of the most popular lighting events in the state.
4. Or Cheekwood!
Proffering over one million lights this year (SERIOUSLY), Cheekwood comes in at about $25 a person but its the most magical walk you'll take all year.
5. Find a Christmas tree farm.
And we don't mean the Home Depot Parking lot!
6. Pitch up at a historic theatre for your favorite Christmas movie.
But buy tickets early - these special shows go reeeeal quick!
7. Listen to Christmas music on the radio - they're all playin' it!
There's nothing that will get you more in the holiday spirit.
8. Find a local production of "The Nutcracker."
Nashville has a killer show this year - you may just have to come out to Music City for a fancy night on the town.
9. Check out a local winter festival.
A Dickens of a Christmas is a popular tradition in Franklin, Tennessee - it's been running over thirty years.
10. Take part in a small town tree lighting.
FInd a small town, attend its annual downtown lighting. Simple and sweet.
11. Hop on the Polar Express!
There's one in Chattanooga AND Nashville - plus, your kids will positively fall in love with the magic of the story.
12. Take a trip to the Great Smokey Mountains for your best chance to see snow.
We can't promise boatloads, but it's your best chance for a bit of white on Christmas day.
What a sweet thing, to spend Christmas in Tennessee. Also, if you’re in the market for Christmas lights?
Here ya go!