Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort & Water Park, Gatlinburg, TN
Make this holiday season memorable with a true holiday classic as the Tennessee Theater brings you Nutcracker! Magic of Christmas Ballet.
As the lights dim and the music soars at the Tennessee Theater, you’ll experience all the joy as you enter the magical world of larger-than-life puppets, extravagant costumes and talented acrobatics. Experience this long-running holiday favorite and join them in celebrating the 30th Anniversary tour. It’s all part of an amazing weekend getaway in Gatlinburg including 3 nights at Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort.
This exceptional holiday getaway also includes a VIP check-in and a $50 dining certificate to use at Southern Comfort. Plus, enjoy transportation to and from the event, personal concierge service and a late check-out on your final day.
Located adjacent to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort offers a scenic mountain views and easy access to the nation’s most visited national park. The spacious accommodations feature all the comforts of home, plus a wide variety of exquisite resort amenities ranging from hiking trails and recreational options to an award-winning on-site restaurant, a world class spa and the year-round, Wild Bear Falls indoor water park.
In addition to luxurious accommodations and special amenities at Westgate Resorts, you’ll enjoy VIP treatment throughout the length of your event vacation, including:
– VIP Check-in
– $50 Dining Certificate
– Transportation to and from the event
– Personal Concierge Services
– Late check-out on final day
Every event is an experience at the historic Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville. Originally opened in 1928, the facility has been restored to its original grandeur but now features an expanded stage and orchestra pit, modern acoustics and improved technology.
The exquisite performing arts venue, which continues to reach record-breaking attendance levels, is considered one of the most prized buildings in Tennessee. The theatre also hosts a mighty Wurlitzer Organ, originally installed in 1928 at a cost of $50,000 and later painstakingly rebuilt and restored piece by piece.
The theatre originally was hailed as the South’s most beautiful theatre, an amazing movie palace. Today the beauty remains and the early movies of the silver screen have been replaced by a wide variety of events and concerts.
Events with a welcome party and transportation will be replaced with $75 in resort dining credit and $40 transportation credit if fewer than 15 packages are sold.