Where to Go for Christmas in Tennessee

Where to Go for Christmas in Tennessee


Christmas is one of the best times of year to visit new towns and soak up the magical atmosphere. Consider spending the holidays in Tennessee this year!
Although it may not have been the first place on your list, Tennessee should not be overlooked because there are many things to do in Tennessee during the holidays.

Tennessee truly knows how to get into the holiday spirit, from all of the festivals to the beautiful lights and houses, trails, and more.

Knoxville’s Peppermint Trail
If you’re in Knoxville for the holidays, you’ll find holiday magic along the Peppermint Trail. From November 27 to January 3, you can follow the peppermints along the sidewalks and sample a variety of delectable treats with your red and white candy.

Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in gingerbread, cinnamon, cranberry, apple spice, and other popular holiday flavors. Restaurants such as Awaken Coffee, Balter Beerworks, and Bistro at the Bijou serve the best seasonal cocktails.

Enjoy the magical Christmas tradition of scavenger hunting in The Elf on the Shelf from November 26 to January 2.
Take a walk downtown and look around Knoxville’s businesses for the naughty elves sent by Santa. There will be many treats, prizes, and fun along the way until you reach the elves.

Visit Tour de Lights for more fun in Knoxville. Thousands of people ride bicycles throughout downtown and North Knoxville. The fact that there are lights and decorations everywhere is what distinguishes this location.

People are encouraged to decorate themselves and their bicycles in order to win prestigious awards. It is the ideal event for families to enjoy holiday fun together.


Christmas at Graceland
Graceland, Elvis Presley’s mansion, epitomizes Memphis’s glitz and glam, and it decks the halls royally every Christmas season. The annual lighting ceremony takes place on November 18, and the mansion and grounds are decorated with holiday decorations and red velvet curtains, as well as Presley family mementos.

Then, spend three days taking in tours, performances, and festive events. It is one of the best things to do in Memphis during your visit to the city in western Tennessee!

Some of the tours available include Graceland Christmas UVIP, Graceland Christmas, and Dean Z’S Rockin’ Christmas Show, where you can learn more about the mansion’s history and how the King spends his holidays, enjoy shows and music, and take tours around the mansion grounds to see the mesmerizing decorations up close.

Ticket prices range from $43 to $250, and you’ll have the one-of-a-kind opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.


Christmas lights dancing in Lebanon
Sparta Pike, Lebanon is home to the Magical Dancing Lights of Christmas. It is Tennessee’s largest synchronized drive. Driving through more than two million lights and enjoying the music shows available will be a fun holiday activity to do with your loved ones.


Smoky mountain Christmas at Dollywood
Dollywood, Tennessee’s number one attraction, has over five million twinkling lights in the air. From November 6 to January 2, you can visit the magical place to see a symphonic Christmas Light Show, a unique Aurora Borealis walk-through, and a plethora of lit exhibits and brilliant colors in the Smoky Mountain Christmas.

A Dollywood Express also provides festive rides and delectable seasonal treats to make your holiday season even more enjoyable. Your magical day will conclude with a spectacular firework display. Dollywood is a place where you will make unforgettable memories with your loved ones that you will cherish for a lifetime.


Cookeville’s hidden hollow park
Christmas Light Spectacular, located in Hidden Hollow Park in one of Tennessee’s best small towns, is a magical place to visit during the holiday season. The Christmas Light Spectacular is a drive-through display with thousands of sparkling lights in the air that runs from Thanksgiving on November 25 to New Year’s Eve on December 31. The cost of visiting the site is only $5 per person.

The location provides a variety of activities to help you make your holiday season with your loved ones more memorable. On Saturday nights, you can purchase a snack from the on-site gift shop and sit comfortably next to the bonfire.
If you’re lucky, Santa might visit the park, so bring your cameras for some great photos. The park also provides $5 Christmas Sleigh wagon rides where you can have a good time. For a more enjoyable experience, a more comfortable place to stay, and a less expensive way to travel, we recommend Sprinter van rental.


Skylight park in Gatlinburg
SkyLift Park and Skybridge is the place to go when visiting Gatlinburg if you want to enjoy scenic views of the Smokies. Since 1954, the iconic yellow chairs have transported visitors to the summit of Crockett Mountain. It will be an ideal activity to do around Christmas because it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that should not be missed during the magical season.

 

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