33rd 'Walk Thru Bethlehem' Held In Nashville

Posted at 6:12 PM, Dec 13, 2015

A Nashville exhibit has been celebrating 33 years of tradition.

Woodmont Christian Church in Green Hills hosted its annual "Walk Thru Bethlehem" exhibit Sunday.

The walk created the scene of Bethlehem at the time of Jesus' birth.

PHOTOS: 33rd 'Walk Thru Bethlehem' Held

It included costumed actors, live animals, and a ton of recreated scenes.

The tradition has been known to bring in 5,000 to 7,000 visitors a year.

"Our logo on our website that we use for this is we bring to life the story of the person that gives us life, Jesus Christ, so that is kind of the reason we do this," said Paul Hardin, Event Director.

Admission was free to the exhibit. It was open through Sunday evening.