Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at Atlanta Botanical Garden
Saturday, Nov 11 – Sunday, Jan 7, 5 – 10 p.m.
This Garden Lights, Holiday Nights adventure at the Atlanta Botanical Garden thrills all of your senses! Orchestral orbs glow harmoniously with holiday tunes. A tunnel of light from a radiant ice
goddess to the glittering galaxy embraces visitors
in enchanting light. Named one of the top 10 holiday light shows in the country by USA Today, this monumental event in the heart of Midtown Atlanta is one you don’t want to miss.
Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens
Friday, Nov 17 – Saturday, Jan 6
Bundle up for a Jolly Trolley ride, or drive your own car through more than eight million lights at Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens. Named one of the “Top 10 Places to See Holiday Lights” by National Geographic Traveler, Callaway Gardens glistens with custom-built scenes. Inside the Christmas Village, shop for gifts from Georgia crafters and specialty treats. Check out the opposite page for more info on Callaway Gardens!
Magical Nights of Lights at Lanier Islands
November 17 – January 3
Celebrating its 25th year, drive through seven miles of larger-than-life holiday light displays at Lanier Islands while you hear songs of the season on your radio or smartphone. Enhance the experience and be sure to stop at the Holiday Village to visit Santa, shop for gifts and ride carnival rides. Also, exciting news for repeat guests: Back by popular demand, the 12 Days of Christmas display returns this year!
Stone Mountain Christmas at Stone Mountain Park
November 11 – January 3, 2018 (Select Dates)
Millions of lights, Christmas shows and Rudolph create a night to remember at Stone Mountain Christmas. Don’t miss a five-mile excursion on the Singalong Christmas Train, featuring a satellite message from Santa’s elves and a track-side show about the first Christmas. Watch the live children’s show, The Littlest Christmas Tree, and end your night at Stone Mountain Park with the magic of a snow angel flying high to create snow and fireworks.
Holiday in Lights at Centennial Olympic Park
Each evening, visitors to downtown Atlanta can stroll in the 21-acre Centennial Olympic Park, relishing in the thousands of lights that illuminate the cityscape. This year, the park will be decorated with 25 handcrafted lanterns, a three-story pagoda and a 200-foot-long Chinese dragon at the Chinese Lantern Festival!
While you are there, take a spin on the outdoor ice skating rink.