Family Friendly: Discover Cheekwood Holiday LIGHTS

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Living in Nashville during the holidays means one thing – visiting Cheekwood Holiday LIGHTS starting this Saturday, November 19 – January 8, 2023. This is hands down a Nashville tradition to be enjoyed by all of the family. Now in its 7th year, you can expect to experience over a million lights including enhanced display. Nashville’s only botanical garden is set to usher us into the holidays in a really magical way and we are excited to share some of the key moments you can expect to experience this year.

Fun for the kids and young at heart

Make sure to visit the “Children’s Wonderland” experience in the Bracken Foundation Children’s Garden—a canopy tree draped in dripping lights and a sparkling chandelier over the Studio Pavilion. Plus, check out the whimsical peppermint pathway and shimmering tunnel of lights in the Bradford Robertson Color Garden.

A Holiday Marketplace 

This year, the Holiday Marketplace returns to the Frist Learning Center Great Hall, where daytime and evening visitors can shop among a carefully curated selection of tabletop and home decor, ornaments, nutcrackers, custom-scented candles, winter accessories, and gifts for children of all ages.

Lights and Christmas Decor, of course 

There will be over 1 million lights to see during this holiday experience, including the Dancing Lights of TRAINS! display. In the Historic Mansion & Museum, a 20-foot Poinsettia Tree. There will also be s’more stations and seasonal libations at various bar stations, including hot toddies.

Purchase your tickets HERE.

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