A Candlelight Christmas

Experience the serenity of an Appalachian Christmas during our Candlelight Christmas Tour.

Friday, November 30th - Sunday, December 2nd, we invite you to tour selected softly-lit cabins in the Museum village, enjoy Christmas storytelling, drink hot apple cider, sing carols in the Irwin Chapel, visit with Museum animals, and make Appalachian ornaments. We'll also have a live Nativity scene , musicians performing throughout the grounds, as well as spinning & weaving demonstrations, candle-dipping, cooking demonstrations, blacksmithing, sassafras tea-making, and lots of holiday craft activities for kids! The Museum restaurant will also be open!

This year, we've added an extra day, so it'll now be a 3-day event! We also hope to open and light more cabins.

Tickets will soon be available for purchase online, and will also be available at the Museum entrance gate.

Prices and event start and end times TBA.

Be sure to bring a flashlight!

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Latitude: 36.179786 Longitude: -84.069558 Elevation: 919 ft
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Event Dates

11/30/2018 – 12/2/2018

Admission Fee (if any)

Admission rates apply.

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

All ages.

ADA Accessibility Notes

Handicap parking and restrooms available.

Pet Friendly Notes

Service animals only.

How to Get There

The Museum of Appalachia is located 16 miles north of Knoxville, Tennessee, on I-75, exit 122, then east one mile.

Street address: 2819 Andersonville Hwy., Clinton, TN 37716

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