In the late 1850s, a German immigrant named Johann Albert Lotz put the finishing touches on a house that he had built in Franklin, Tennessee. A skilled carpenter and piano maker, Lotz used his new home to showcase his work to potential clients. A ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
January 2014

Very enjoyable evening. Great to sit back and be driven around to see all the homes decorated for Christmas. We had time to view Lotz house at our leisure. Well worth it.

Doing what: Nashville Holiday Lights Tour Including Lotz House

3 star rating: Worth doing
January 2013

Not so much. Enjoyed the company on the bus and visiting the Lotz home but, most of the lights were not as awesome as they are at home.

Doing what: Nashville Holiday Lights Tour Including Lotz House

1 star rating: I do not recommend this
January 2014

My trip was booked for 12/23 and got rescheduled for 12/26. I think because it was after Christmas, there were a lot of homes that no longer had their Christmas lights on. We were very disappointed with the lack of lights we were seeing. Then the windows on the van fogged up and we really couldn't see much at all. There was an annoying couple who talked the entire time, loudly, until the driver finally put the Christmas music on (which was as we left the Lotz house and headed to the final destination,) The last stop was nice as they had many lights, and we were allowed to get off the bus to look at them, which was better than trying to see through fogged windows. Wasn't worth $72 and we won't go again and we definitely won't recommend it to anyone.

Doing what: Nashville Holiday Lights Tour Including Lotz House

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