Written byJason Barnette Posted onDecember 7, 2017 Category
Each year Knoxville turns into a legitimate Winter Wonderland. The entire city from locally owned businesses to massive shopping centers put up lights and decor, creating a vibrant and happy Christmas spirit. In 2014 I spent a week exploring this active and friendly city searching for the best decorations and lights. Here I have some of my favorite photos from my time in the city. Which is your favorite? Leave a comment below or look me up on Facebook or Twitter!
The Christmas at Chilhowee Park is one of the best family activities in Knoxville for the holidays.
During the Christmas at Chilhowee Park event people will line up for an hour to get their photo taken with Santa!
The Holiday Market in Market Square has more than just great local arts and crafts; it also has carolers singing all day.
The Holiday Market at Market Square is a great place to find local arts and crafts for Christmas gifts.
The Museum of the Appalachia fills their historic cabins with period decorations.
Many of the restaurants like The Copper Cellar spruce up the place with beautiful lights and decor.
The Mabry-Hazen House has beautiful decorations you can view while taking a tour of the historic house.
Each year the historic Tennessee Theatre puts on a special screening of It’s a Wonderful Life.
Santa Claus has many clones roaming about Knoxville in December.
One of the few times of the year you can explore Cherokee Caverns is to see the Christmas decorations on weekends in December.
Market Square at the heart of Knoxville is the site of a lot of Christmas activities and decor.
All the shops, restaurants, and businesses along Gay Street spruce up the city for Christmas.
The view along Gay Street near the historic Tennessee Theatre.
A skating rink is put in the middle of Market Square and is one of the best places to bring the family, even if you can’t skate!
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