247. 5 Ways To See Holiday Lights in Music City

This week is the perfect time to gather the family and see some great holiday lights in Nashville. Which is why we comprised this amazing list of ways to see them in all there splendor. Most of these places (or tours) do not turn the lights off (or stop running) until after the holidays. So plenty of time if you want to see them all.

Dancing Lights of Christmas at Jellystone Park™
November 6-January 3, 2016
The sixth annual Dancing Lights of Christmas at Jellystone Park™ is bigger and better with hundreds of thousands of LED Christmas lights dancing to some rockin’ Christmas tunes.

Lights at Gaylord Opryland
November 20-January 2
Over 2 million lights have been strung, hung, and put out at Gaylord Opryland. While the fun activities of A Country Christmas cost money, it’s always FREE to walk around and see the lights.

Holiday LIGHTS
November 27-January 17
This year, Cheekwood Botanical and Museum of Art hosted its first Holiday LIGHTS with 750,000 to see across their beautiful grounds.

Let There Be Light: A Grand Holiday Lights Tour
November 28-December 12
Choose between two magical tours from Grand Avenue to celebrate the holiday season. Enjoy a ride through The Dancing Lights at Jellystone Park during the North Pole route, or see festive homes in Brentwood and Franklin with a stop at the Lotz House on the South Pole route.

Gray Line Holiday Tours
Holly Jolly Trolley December 1-24, Twinkling Tennessee Christmas December 7-23, 26, 27, & 28
Gray Line of Tennessee offers two holiday tours this year. Twinkling Tennessee Christmas takes you for a ride through Nashville and Franklin to see some of Tennessee’s most beautifully decorated homes and neighborhoods. The tour also includes a visit to the Lotz House, decorated in mid-1800s fashion. The Holly Jolly Trolley takes a trip to one of the most decorated and honored synchronized light shows in the country, with a stop at Santa’s Village.

247. 5 Ways To See Holiday Lights in Music City

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