Gather loved ones in the car, crank up the Christmas music, and take a tour throughout Sumner County, Tennessee, for some lovely Christmas light sightings!
Some wonderful citizens and organizations have decked out their homes and spaces for the holidays. These kind people do a fantastic job of sharing the Christmas spirit and we invite you to Sumner County to come enjoy some Christmas cheer! Please be respectful while viewing the lights and do not block driveways, other cars, etc.
Pick up some hot chocolate, coffee, take-out food, treats and more for a stress-free holiday evening! Click here to see the wonderful Dining Options in Sumner County!
Please note that dates are approximate and are subject to change for various reasons.
Visit each attraction’s web link for more details. Some displays on the Google map do not have corresponding web links and are listed with green tree icons. Those that do have web links are highlighted with a red tree icon.
A Google map is embedded at the bottom of this blog post of all locations listed below.
Thursday, November 26 - Thursday, December 31
Cocoa on Cloverdale offers a fun light display with synchronized music! The Grinch sometimes makes appearances and cocoa is served on select evenings. It is free to view.
Thursday, November 26 - Friday, December 25
Winter Wonderland in 4T provides a Christmas light show to synced music. Several musical selections are added/changed throughout the season. Tune in to 94.5FM to hear the music that matches the light show! It is free to view, but please be courteous and do not block driveways.
XLightsTN is a professional lighting company in Hendersonville that offers light show engineering, design, sequencing, installation and support for businesses, boats, houses, stage shows and more! They often do seasonal light shows throughout the year on this Shute Lane property for people to enjoy.
It is free to view the lights and on the XLightsTN website they list charities that visitors can donate to if they wish to do so.
Thursday, November 26 - January 1, 2021
Thursday, November 26 - Friday, December 25
Willis Lights is located in the Wyncrest subdivision and while they are well-known for their fantastic Christmas light displays, their neighbors often have lights up, too!
Friday, November 27 - Friday, December 25
Lights on Luna is a musical computer-animated Christmas light display for the young and the young at heart! Various Christmas songs play and each one has its own unique light pattern. It is free to view and on select nights Santa may be on-site. (Note: On Sundays and Wednesdays Lights on Luna do not turn on until after 8pm.)
Friday, November 28 - Friday, December 25
Baker Family Lights runs their Christmas light display on Sundays – Thursdays from 5pm – 9pm and Fridays – Saturdays from 5pm – 10pm. Their 2020 playlist that “dances” with the lights is 37 minutes long, so multiple visits may mean hearing a different song at each viewing!
Saturday, November 28 - Sunday, December 20
Ultimate Party Festival of Lights is presented by Ultimate Party Super Store, HolidayFest, and Hendersonville Parks and Recreation. It is a drive-thru light display in Memorial Park and is free to view. Please enter the park onto Cherokee Road. There is also a printable map of local Hendersonville light displays put together by the Festival of Lights available here.
Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
This year Gill’s Bright Lights will consist of 55k dancing lights moving to the music on radio station 97.3 FM! The display includes 17ft spiraling mega trees, 15ft snowmen, 17ft shooting stars and many more holiday decorations. All of the decorations are homemade by the homeowners and they use nothing but LED lights.
It is free to view, and donations are accepted and given to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Through December 25
Hobbs Holiday Lights plays corresponding music on 93.1FM as 8,000+ lights and trees dance to the music! Please be respectful when viewing lights and do not block neighbors’ driveways. Lights will not be on during heavy rain.
On the map below, a red tree indicates the Christmas light display is featured above and has a link to their web pages for more details about the Christmas light display.
The green tree indicates a Christmas light display that currently has no web link or contact information regarding the details of the light display.
We wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and a very Merry Christmas!
Need more information? Contact Sumner County Tourism by either
calling (888) 301-7886 or emailing us at info@VisitSumnerTN.com!