Do you remember when you were a little child, the wonder, the amazement, and the splendor of seeing your first holiday light display? What a great family tradition to pile in the vehicle and spend the night going to the Christmas light display. The twinkling and sparkling light display will be enjoyed by everyone and remember for years to come.
Wilson County Tennessee has one of the nation’s largest Christmas light displays. Chad Barnard’s love for holiday lights started when he was still in school. He would grow his collection of lights every year by asking for lights for his presents. Chad’s has grown his light display to more than 2 million and is spread over eight acres. As you drive-through the public display you’ll encounter Santa’s house, featuring Santa himself giving away candy canes, stables with live animals, a mail box for letters to Santa and much more. You may even get Frosty the Snowman to perform the running man for you.
A carload of visitors can enjoy the wonderment of the lights for $15 at Chad’s Winter Wonderland. Chad’s lights are available for tours from 6-10pm every night Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve (weather permitting).