Happy Holidays, Nashville!

Now that Thanksgiving is over, it’s all things CHRISTMAS in Nashville! Like everything else this year, the holidays will likely look a little different, but here’s some activities you can safely still participate in to get into the holiday spirit!

Gaylord Opryland’s Resort A Country Christmas 

Now until January 3, the Opryland Resort has been transformed into a magical destination with over three million lights and tons of activities for the whole family. Some featured activities include, the I Love Christmas Movies exhibition, The Oak Ridge Boys “Christmas in Tennessee” Dinner Show, Outdoor Fun at Pinetop Village, carriage rides, photos with Santa, Riverboat rides, carolers, and much more!

Holiday Lights at Cheekwood

Open until January 10, the Holiday Lights at Cheekwood feature over one million lights over a mile long path. Other things to see at the event include reindeer, s’mores, holiday carolers, a children’s wonderland, Santa, gingerbread workshops, and a decorated mansion. The event will take place from 5pm-10pm seven nights a week.

Franktown Festival of Lights

Running until December 26, the Franktown Festival of Lights is a nightly display that allows you to relax in your vehicle while enjoying an over 50 light display that is synchronized to Christmas tunes through your radio. Tickets vary depending on the size of your vehicle and the festival takes place at Williamson County Ag Expo Center in Franklin. 

Heated Igloos at Bobby Hotel

The popular heated igloos are back at the Bobby Hotel! The rooftop hours are 5pm to 11pm on Friday and Saturdays. Igloo reservations will be available for 90 minutes for up to 5 people. Along with the heated igloos, you can expect holiday trees and decor, cozy blankets, rugs, and festive menu items. Be sure to make a reservation before visiting!

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