Holiday Events at Anakeesta!
The city of Gatlinburg kicked off their annual “Winter Magic” on November 8th. The entire city has been transformed into a magical winter wonderland and Anakeesta is part of the fun! We will celebrate our first Christmas with sparkling lights and decorations, hot chocolate, apple cider, carolers, Tunes & Tales and more!
Santa will be sitting for a professional photo with kids of all ages that can be purchased by families. Santa’s elves will give away a peppermint stick to each child.
November 24 & 25
December 2, 8, 9, 15, 16
TIME: 6:30 PM – 9 PM
Christmas events are scheduled on the Parkway Plaza as well as on the mountain so be sure to follow Anakeesta on Facebook as we announce dates for our different events and activities.
Click here for more information on Winterfest 2017!
Mark your calendar for Friday, December 1st and come enjoy Gatlinburg’s 42nd annual Fantasy of Lights Parade throughout downtown Gatlinburg.
Be on the lookout for the Anakeesta elves in the parade festivities that will include lighted floats, marching bands, equestrian units, giant balloons and
of course Santa Clause!
We were selected to host the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Governor’s Conference this year!
We partnered with Ole Smoky Moonshine and really made a night our guests wouldn’t forget.
Stay updated on our social media for special event updates and hours!
Christmas at Anakeesta
Christmas in the Smokies is a wonderful experience for residents and visitors alike. The Enchanted Winter Celebration is unlike anything in Gatlinburg with twinkling lights atop Anakeesta mountain with beautiful views, endless selfie spots, and fun for all ages!
Holiday lights are shining bright 600′ feet above downtown Gatlinburg! Anakeesta hosts Enchanted Winter through the end of February for a winter wonderland adventure that will likely become a family tradition for years to come! Not only can guests enjoy thousands of lights spanning from Firefly Village to Arctic Alley and beyond, but special events including live music, holiday movies, and visits from Santa are also included in admission costs!
Anakeesta continues to be a ” featured destination that makes our state wonderful, offering a unique and fun experience in the heart of Tennessee’s gorgeous natural beauty.” Writers from onlyinyourstate.com showcase reasons why Anakeesta should make it to the top of your bucket list!
Anakeesta's 'Enchanted Winter' celebrates the season with lights, holiday menu specials and Santa
When the sun sets in the Smokies, Anakeesta comes to life, bringing holiday magic to the mountains.
The outdoor theme park's "Enchanted Winter" celebration is underway now through the end of February. Guests can enjoy multiple light displays, seasonal selfie spots, see Santa and more during the festival.
From the moment visitors make it to Anakeesta, they are surrounded by seasonal decor and interactive opportunities. Guests can take photos in front of Anakeesta's mountain-themed Christmas tree or whimsical gingerbread house at the Parkway entrance. A 12-feet-tall snow globe sits at the bottom of the mountain for visitors to step in and snap the perfect holiday picture.
Once visitors ride to the top of the mountain by Chondola or adventure vehicle, they enter Anakeesta's winter wonderland.
“It’s truly an immersive Christmas experience,” said Michele Canney, vice president of marketing, in a release. “We‘ve created multiple holiday moments for our guests to enjoy throughout the day and night when they visit the park.”
Christmas lights and cozy nights
Anakeesta's 70 acres are beautiful to explore during the day, but thousands of twinkling lights illuminate each night of the "Enchanted Winter" celebration.
Guests enter the park through Firefly Village, a corridor of shops and dining. Colorful lights cover the buildings as holiday music plays in Anakeesta's streets. Shops carry seasonal items that make for great gifts and souvenirs.
Black Bear Village, Anakeesta’s newest addition, features life-sized snowmen and is the entry point to the park's new "Arctic Alley," a canopy of lights leading to AnaVista Tower.
“Every year we expand our lighting throughout the park. This year we wanted to create a feeling of immersion of sight and sound," Canney said.
"As you pass through Arctic Alley you look up and see AnaVista Tower glowing in holiday colors at the summit of Vista Gardens. Below, tucked into the forest, you see the TreeTop Skywalk with shimmering lights inviting you to walk her hanging bridges. It’s just magical.”
After a long day of adventure at the park, visitors can cozy around one of Anakeesta’s two fire pits to enjoy a sunset over the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or any of the holiday dining specials like a hand-crafted seasonal cocktail.
See Santa at the Smokies
Santa and Mrs. Claus are spending their time before Christmas like many families — snuggled up in the Smokies. The Christmas couple are landing their sleigh in front of Anakeesta's Black Bear Falls to greet guests.
On Nov. 27, Nov. 28, Dec. 4 and Dec. 5, Santa will be at Anakeesta to meet families and listen to what's on children's wish lists this year. A professional photographer will be there to capture the moment, and photos will be available for sale.
During Santa's last day at the park, he and Mrs. Claus are inviting guests to join them for breakfast at Cliff Top in Black Bear Village, Anakeesta’s newest restaurant. Santa's best elf helpers will meet attendees at the Parkway on Dec. 5 and travel to Anakeesta's summit in the Ridge Rambler.
Mrs. Claus will warmly welcome their visitors and serve a hearty holiday meal with pancakes, bacon, scrambled eggs, quiche, muffins, coffees and juice. After, families can create hand-decorated Christmas cookies and craft projects at their table.
The morning wouldn't be complete without an appearance by Santa Claus, who will take a break from his busy schedule to speak with each child and get a keepsake photo taken.
Capacity is limited, everyone is asked to wear a mask and families will be seated at individual tables to slow the spread of COVID-19. Guests can enjoy the park after the event as each ticket includes general admission and one free ride on the Rail Runner mountain coaster.
Tickets are $48 plus tax and are available at anakeesta.com/breakfast-with-santa while spots last.
General admission at Anakeesta includes access to the park's shopping, dining, most attractions and scenic views of the Smokies from the highest spot in downtown Gatlinburg.
Children ages 4 to 11 can visit for $17.99 plus tax. Adult general admission costs $21.99 plus tax, and guests 60 years old and up can get in for $19.99 plus tax.
Anakeesta's Dueling Zipline and the Rail Runner mountain coaster have additional costs. Annual and express passes also are for sale.
To learn more about Anakeesta’s "Enchanted Winter" celebration, Breakfast with Santa or pricing, go to Anakeesta.com or call 865-325-2400.
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