Where is the best place in Nashville to take a Christmas photo?
You may be surprised to find that it’s NOT the Opryland Hotel! The Opryland Hotel has all kinds of fun, free things to do for Christmas in the Nashville area–but its dark conservatories and artificial lighting make picture taking hard.
Never been to the Christmas light display at Opryland? I’ve included a YouTube video that shows Opryland’s Christmas lights in all their greenhouse glory!
Here are some tips about visiting Opryland’s Christmas light display–and where I think makes the best spot for photos in the Opryland Hotel.
Are you looking for a cut-your-own Christmas tree farm in the Nashville area?
The Pick TN Products website has a great directory with lists of local tree farms and stands, including those close to Nashville in Pleasant View, College Grove, Gallatin, Murfreesboro and Lebanon.
Locally grown Christmas trees are better for the environment because they prevent erosion in rocky TN soil and reduces transportation costs.
The Honeybaked Ham Store in Brentwood is a great place to order holiday gifts. I’m ordering a gift certificate for someone, so I needed to find a Honeybaked Ham coupon code and a cute way to package the gift certificate.
The Honeybaked Ham Store in Brentwood is located just off Franklin Rd. in the shopping center with Wild Iris and the Lacrosse Store.
Looking for a Nashville theme Christmas tree? After touring Brentwood’s lovely Christmas decorations, I have an original list of Nashville-related ornaments and theme ideas, from the Music City country music inspired tree…
to an equestrian theme that draws from Nashville’s pastoral farms and history…
to a local landmark tree that includes art postcards and souvenirs from favorite restaurants.
Hope you enjoy this virtual Christmas tour of Nashville ideas!
Visit the Brentwood Library for free fun holiday events! Have your children’s photos taken with Santa Claus in the gazebo, enjoy a magic show and refreshments on Saturday, December 1.
Then return on Monday, December 3 for the City of Brentwood’s Christmas Tree Lighting and music from the Ravenwood High School Chorus.