Every Saturday in December you can watch as real snow falls off the bow of the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge. Make sure to bring your cameras to capture the holiday lights and snow. Begins at 7pm.
December 1 – January 4: Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain ChristmasVisit Dollywood during the holidays and see millions of lights, special Christmas shows, and delicious holiday meals.
December 1-31: Christmas at the InnThe Inn at Christmas Place has holiday events scheduled all month long. From ginger bread house making to a Christmas parade to cookie decorating, the Inn has a fun-filled month planned. View the entire schedule of events.
December 1 – January 4: Christmas at BiltmoreBiltmore Estate is decorated beautifully for the holidays during December. See dozens of Christmas trees, hundreds of wreaths, bows, garland, and ornaments around the estate. There are special daytime and nighttime events planned, so get all the Biltmore holiday information and start planning.
December 1-31: Christmas at Dixie StampedeThe beloved Pigeon Forge dinner show changes into a holiday spectacle for the Christmas season. Enter a winter wonderland with a living nativity, Santa, and a yuletide feast.
December 1 – February 28: Pigeon Forge WinterfestPigeon Forge joins Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and the rest of the Smokies as the town turns into a winter wonderland. Millions of lights, decorations, special events, music and food make Pigeon Forge an amazing destination during the winter months.
December 1 – January 10: Winterfest Trolley Tour of LightsTake a tour of all the Winterfest lights and displays in a heated trolley. Tour begins and ends at Patriot Park with multiple tours nightly.
December 7: Sevierville Annual Christmas ParadeThe 51st annual holiday parade begins at 11am in Sevierville. See baton twirlers, floats, bands, and the grand marshal – Santa Claus.
December 7: Brunch with SantaHave brunch with Santa at the Old Mill Square. For more information, call 865-428-0771 or visit oldmillsquare.com