If you can, make time for at least two more shows – Christmas in the Smokies and O’ Holy Night. Centered on tradition, Christmas in the Smokies is a downhome country Christmas with classic songs performed celebrating the joy of the season. O’ Holy Night brings the meaning of the season to the spotlight. Follow as three shepherds are guided by a star and a little girl looks for an angel.
As long as weather cooperates, rides and attractions will be open. Soar through the skies on Wild Eagle, feel the rush of Thunderhead and then go for a spin on Dizzy Disk. It may be a bit chilly but the thrill is worth it!
Before leaving the park you can also visit the Robert F. Thomas Chapel. The one-room country church, outfitted with simple wooden pews and hardwood floors, is a special place to reflect on Christmas. If you’re at the park on Sundays worship services are held at 5:30pm during Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival.
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