Meet The Destination So Magical It Became A Christmas Movie
Calling White Sulphur Springs home, The Greenbrier has long been a favorite year-round getaway and this year its holiday festivities are entering the spotlight. A new Fox Nation holiday movie, Christmas at The Greenbrier captures the magic of this elegantly festive destination. Lovingly dubbed America’s Resort, The Greenbrier rolls out the red carpet right here in West Virginia.
Christmas at the Greenbrier
Following two star-crossed lovers whose paths converge in the snowy mountains of White Sulphur Springs, Christmas at The Greenbrier is sure to get you in the holiday spirit. Starring Alicia Leigh Willis of General Hospital, this film has begun streaming on Fox Nation. Filmed entirely on the grounds of The Greenbrier, past guests will recognize locations and events at every turn – including an iconic Christmas Eve Ball.
Film Fun Facts
- Governor’s Justice’s beloved English bulldog, Babydog makes a surprise appearance.
- The movie was filmed entirely at The Greenbrier – during the summer. To accommodate this filming schedule, The Greenbrier was decorated for the holidays from July – August.
- The Greenbrier hosted a special premiere of the film in its very own Greenbrier Theatre.
- Christmas at the Greenbrier is only the second original movie to be released by the streaming service Fox Nation.
Find Your Own Holiday Magic
Inspired by the larger-than-life holiday festivities seen in Christmas at The Greenbrier? Planning your own wondrous holiday retreat is easy. Christmastime is the perfect season to visit America’s Resort – complete with visits from Santa, tree lighting ceremonies, holiday cookies and more. Channel your adventurous spirit by heading outside to the snow-kissed grounds for a sleigh ride or an ice skating afternoon. After a dreamy adventure, head inside to be swept away by a year-round favorite activity at The Greenbrier: dining. With 20 restaurants, bars and cafés to choose from the rich flavors of this resort are sure to satisfy.
You are sure to be the main character in your own Christmastime tale with a visit to The Greenbrier. Turn your holiday season into a screen-worthy story, inspired by Fox Nation’s Christmas at The Greenbrier.Keep Exploring The Greenbrier
This post was last updated on December 12, 2022