A list of Annual December Events in Nashville that includes some of the Best & Most Well-liked Annual Events that take place in and around Nashville in the month of December.
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From the third week of November until the week after Christmas, Gaylord Opryland Hotel is host to many holiday events including the viewing their spectacular holiday lights, Ice, Breakfast with Charlie Brown, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Treasures for the Holidays to taking a General Jackson Holiday Cruise. It is four weeks of non-stop activities.
Take a look at all of the sparkling, twinkling displays that take place annually in Nashville, all in celebration of the Christmas Holiday's. They are enough to keep you coming back for more and year after year.
Every year in Middle Tennessee, the old antebellum homes are opened up to the public during the holiday season in grandiose style. One can find these wonderful old homes decorated with plenty authentic holiday items from today & yesteryear.
Art After Hours, Nashville's first monthly citywide art crawl offers a chance for art lovers to enjoy art after work at some of Nashville's best art galleries. This fun fun event takes place on the first Thursday of each month, and "It's Free!"
Every weekend beginning mid-November through the 3rd week of December at Bass Pro Shops Santa’s Wonderland, shoppers can introduce their children to time-honored traditions of making crafts and holiday ornaments. Kids will have fun making moose ornaments, reindeer cone ornaments, Santa bobbers, reindeer hats, candy cane reindeer and Christmas cookies.
Belmont Candlelight Tour is a new event that opens the doors of the Historic Belmont Mansion for a tour by the soft, wintry glow of candlelight.
The Blair School presents tons of great concerts during the holiday Season and most are free and open to the public so make sure to check their events calendar early on to see what entertainment they have in store for Nashville this year.
The Buchanan Log House host monthly lectures on the 3rd Sunday of each month. These historical lectures feature a different speaker each month and highlight the people and times that define the local Donelson-Hermitage area. Free and open the public.