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A Holiday to Remember

A Holiday to Remember brings David Alford’s rendition of Truman Capote’s beloved stories  “A Christmas Memory” and "The Thanksgiving Visitor" back to Nashville’s Belmont Mansion. After nearly a decade after appearing on local stages, the Nashville actor returns with a one-man recitation of these two Capote holiday stories. 

Performed in the historic Belmont Mansion Grand Salon and accompanied with original music by Paul Carrol Binkley, this promises to be a highlight of Nashville’s holiday season.  

The Victorian Christmas decorated first floor of the mansion will be open for viewing and light holiday refreshments will be provided with admission. A portion of the ticket price will be donated to the historic Belmont Mansion.

Performances are November 23, 25 & 26 and December 1

and 3 at 7:30 pm; tickets are $45. 

​​​Guided Seasonal Tours

These tours are all about Belmont Mansion with an emphasis on Victorian Christmas traditions in the decorated mansion. Offered at set times of the day, seven days a week it is recommended that tickets are purchased in advance.  Tickets are limited to allow guides to spend more time with visitors sharing the stories of Belmont Mansion.

 

Adult tickets, $22; children and youth tickets, $12. The mansion is decorated for Christmas November 29th through January 2nd. For hours and reservations, click here. 

The Magic of Christmas at Belmont Mansion

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Christmas Dinner from Belmont Mansion

Christmas Dinner from Belmont Mansion is the association's premier fundraising event. Catered by Nashville favorite, Kristen Winston, beautiful Christmas dinners are delivered to your door. Held December 2nd all proceeds from this dinner delivery event will go to the restoration of the house.

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Tennessee Crossroads

Take a sneak peek at Belmont Mansion decorated for a Victorian Christmas! Tennessee Crossroads is a decades long, award-winning TV show that spotlights Tennessee's places and people. Host Joe Elmore shares the history and culture of the state.

 

December 2019 Joe sat down with director Mark Brown to film mansion decorated for Christmas and to learn a little about the customs of the season in the Victorian period.