Nashville, Tennessee has plenty to offer in the winter! It can get quite chilly, but never cold enough to prevent visitors and locals from spending time in the city for festive activities. Music City, USA, comes alive with high energy concerts, holiday festivals and other unique activities during this magical time of year. Check out these 5 things to do in Nashville during the winter season.
Ride an Old Town Trolley: The local trolley is a great way to tour the bustling city when it’s cold out. The Old Town Trolley route makes 15 stops and drops travelers off within steps of popular Music City destinations and attractions. So grab a steaming cup of coffee or hot chocolate and hop on a Trolley to get around town. For more information, check out their website: https://bit.ly/2X6kXfR
Glow Nashville: One of the best things to do in Nashville during the winter is to visit one of their many Christmas Light exhibits. GLOW Nashville, is one of Nashville’s brightest Christmas experiences and is a great attraction for all ages! This year it’s taking place from November 22, 2019 – December 31, 2019, at First Tennessee Park. The event will include one of the country’s tallest Christmas trees, millions of festive lights, an ice skating rink, a life-size Santa’s workshop, and much more! Learn more on their website: https://bit.ly/35cQpMp
Nashville’s Nutcracker: The Nashville Ballet will be performing Nashville’s Nutcracker from December 7 – December 23, 2019, at TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall. Dancers will perform several magical shows throughout the holiday season. Witness this Christmas classic come to live and see beloved characters like the Sugar Plum Fairy, the Mouse King, and the Nutcracker come to life. Learn more about tickets and the show here: https://bit.ly/2CVo5BP
Miracle at Hidden Bar: Miracle at Hidden Bar, an international holiday pop-up concept and is open from November 25, 2019 – December 31, 2019, at Hidden Bar inside the Noelle Hotel. Drop by to enjoy festive cocktails and surround yourself with fantastic Christmas decorations in this secret downtown watering hole. Admission is free and reservations aren’t needed. Don’t forget to attend their Ugly Christmas Sweater Party! Learn more here: https://bit.ly/32WPkGJ
Nashville’s New Year: End your year on a great note and attend Music City, USA, Midnight, formerly known as the Bash on Broadway. This huge New Year’s Eve block party always includes celebrity performances, food and drink vendors, and an impressive display of fireworks at midnight. Learn more about this free New Year celebration here: https://bit.ly/32UO0nO
However you like to spend the winter season, be sure to check out one of the spectacular holiday events taking place in Nashville this year!