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Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland


One of the most spectacular Christmas experiences takes place on the road to Nashville, Tennessee.

The Gaylord Opryland produces “A Country Christmas” and News 19 has had a glimpse inside to bring you closer to the lights and wonder. Throughout the week, we’ll show you what the family celebration is all about.

A Christmas in the Country features a wide range of family-friendly activities ranging from tours with Santa, gingerbread decorating, Christmas carols, hits and ice skating to the NEW Mission: Save Christmas with Elf ™. The Oak Ridge Boys are back home to host the “Christmas in Tennessee” Dinner Show as part of a 31-show residency.

The parade of trees

Over four million lights, miles of garlands and ribbons, dozens of trees, a star-studded parade with the biggest names in Music City, and the biggest of them all will be at Gaylord Opryland’s Country Christmas.

Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland

Mission: Save Christmas with Elf

With the extravagance of Christmas in the countryside comes a Christmas experience with the one and only ELF. It is a self-guided multisensory experience entirely inspired by the iconic film “Elf”.

You can participate in the experience until January 2.

Oak Ridge Boys’ Christmas in Tennessee Dinner Show

Gaylord Opryland welcomes back members of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry, The Oak Ridge Boys, for a 31-performance residency during the holiday season.

You can join them for dinner and a show until December 25.


Event tickets and room packages with or without event tickets and SoundWaves options are available now for purchase at ChristmasAtGaylordOpryland.com

Online advance reservations are required for all paid events.

For more information visit the Gaylord Opryland “A Country Christmas” website, Facebook and Instagram.




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