It’s Not Too Late to Spend Christmas in Nashville

It’s not too late to travel to Nashville for Christmas! From fun-filled activities to holiday cheer, it is one of the most spectacular places to spend your holidays. Hop aboard a bus, train, or plane to come visit this most magical city during a time of celebration joy, and festivities – the best time to visit Music City! From holiday-themed events to the amazing Christmas shows, Nashville has everything you could possibly want for the most magic holiday season. Enjoy holiday-themed concerts and spectaculars that will leave you and your family with countless happy holiday memories!

Join the General Jackson for their Christmas-themed show from now until December 25. Take a holiday cruise down the Cumberland River and enjoy plenty of live holiday music, tunes, and entertainment, along with a special feast! Enjoy an afternoon cruise with Steve Hall, Shotgun Red, and The Shotgun Red Band, or take an evening cruise for Christmas on the Cumberland!

From now until January 1, join the Gaylord Opryland Hotel for the holiday season! Experience the magic of the Christmas season with their beautifully stunning light display, where you will find more than two million twinkling lights, horse-drawn carriage rides, acres of stunning decorations, and of course, stop and see ICE! featuring Frosty the Snowman for an evening of beauty and fun! Experience the magic of ICE!’s winter wonderland sculpted from nearly two million pounds of ice enclosed in a 40,000-square-foot refrigerated events center! This festive event is a must-see for families in the area during the holiday season, so come join the guest of honor Frosty the Snowman! Make sure you dress warm – it’s only nine degrees in there.

These are just a few of the fun holiday activities in Nashville, so visit this website for more information on these activities and more!

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