Christmas at Gaylord Opryland

Disclaimer- This post has been sponsored by Gaylord Opryland resort. 

Ask me my absolute most favorite resort which has ever in house and makes you not wanna leave? It is Gaylord Opryland resort. This is one resort which my kids get genuinely sad leaving. And truthfully so, you can stay here for the weekend without having to leave the property. They even have an entire waterpark in house.

When Gaylord Opryland extended their invitation to their Christmas event, I knew we were going to have the best time. And we did 😍

The entire resort is transformed into a Christmas party with lights and trees. The hanging lights from the atrium ceiling is my absolute favorite. It gives a very dreamy feel. They have decorated the property outdoors too. There are carriage rides with horses pulling the carriages. There is no better way to celebrate Christmas than gathering your family at Gaylord Opryland.

Mission: Save Christmas featuring Elf™
Journey into Buddy the Elf's world to help save the holiday in this all-new Gaylord Hotels original experience inspired by the hit Christmas film, Elf™. Your mission? Complete fun-filled challenges to muster enough Christmas cheer to power the Kringle 3000 and Santa's sleigh. More than a dozen interactive experiences await In this multi-sensory, immersive attraction.

Enjoy the perfect day or evening under the stars by going on a yuletide glide at the 9,000 square-foot outdoor skating rink made with real ice. Lessons available. You can also try out the ice bumber cars which are real fun.

Reindeer Games™ Scavenger Hunt Featuring Rudolph and The Misfit Toys
The Misfit Toys are all lost and they need your help to be found! With Rudolph's help, follow the clues to find the Misfit Toys and send them on their way to their new homes.
On weekends they also have breakfast with Rudolph which needs prior reservation.

If all this fun isn't enough then you can also reserve tickets for Soundwaves waterpark which is an upscale indoor/outdoor water experience with dedicated recreation zones for adults, young children and families.

I would definitely recommend staying in an atrium view room to make the most out of the experience of being at Gaylord resort.

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