Beginning November 29 and continuing through January 5, INOLA Blue Ridge will officially open its doors to the community for Holidays at INOLA Blue Ridge…and you are invited!

The colonial style village was built in the 1980s and includes historic building replicas found in Williamsburg, Virginia.

At our grand opening on November 29, step back in time as you take a leisurely INOLA stroll. Tour the newly renovated Wetherburn’s Tavern, the original post office and barn, and experience the peace and tranquility of the historic chapel. Listen with wonder as the chapel bell rings on the hour!

We also welcome you to enjoy INOLA in our horse-drawn wagon. And take a spin on the ice at the INOLA ice skating rink!

Children will delight in visiting with Santa at the Wythe Mansion arbor – and storytelling with Mrs. Claus by the cozy Wetherburn fireplace.

At sunset, INOLA will dazzle as holiday lights twinkle throughout the village, including the illuminated maze!

Then join us at 7:00 p.m. in front of the Wythe Mansion for a spectacular Yule Log celebration!

Don’t forget to wear your walking shoes!

Entrance to the property is free.
Tickets will be sold for carriage rides, ice skating, food and beverages.
The INOLA Blue Ridge 2019 collectible ornament will also be available for purchase.


~Holidays at INOLA – Opening Weekend~

Friday, Nov. 29 from 12-10 pm
Visits with Santa & Mrs. Claus (until 6), carriage rides, ice skating, illuminated maze and more.
Yule Log Celebration – approx. 7 pm

Saturday, Nov. 30 from 12-4 pm
Visits with Santa & Mrs. Claus, carriage rides, ice skating, illuminated maze and more – then head downtown to celebrate Light Up Blue Ridge!

Sunday, Dec. 1 from 12-10 pm
Ice Skating

~Holidays at INOLA continues~

Fridays: Dec. 6, 13, 20 from 4-10
Ice Skating

Saturdays: Dec. 7 & 14 from 12-10
Santa (until 6), carriage rides, ice skating, illuminated maze and more.

Sundays: Dec. 8 & 15 from 12-10
Ice Skating

~Ice Skating at INOLA~
December 21- January 5 from 12-10

Closed Christmas Day.
Open Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.