Enchanted Woodland Trail at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Atlanta Parent has you covered with the best events this month from theatre to exhibits to ice skating and more. Make sure to also check out our Best Holiday Events in Atlanta and Beyond for holiday happenings.

Winter Solstice Celebration at Ponce City Market

Enjoy a festive evening with a dance performance from Callanwolde School of Dance with music from Ebenezer Baptist Church. Afterwards, head outside for solstice activities. Dec. 21.

Knock, Knock at Alliance Theatre

Celebrate community, family and warmth at The Apartment Building with surprises behind each door. Through Dec. 23.

Into the Burrow: A Peter Rabbit Tale at Alliance Theatre

Journey down the rabbit hole for a musical adventure as the neighborly forest animals gather to throw a surprise party for Peter. Through Dec. 23.

Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl FanFest at Georgia World Congress Center

Start the day off watching the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Parade, and explore interactive attractions, like punting, obstacle courses, ziplining and more. Dec. 30.

The Little Prince at Synchronicity Theatre

Based on the popular children’s book, a WWII flyer crash-lands in the Sahara Desert and meets the Little Prince, who claims to be a visitor from another planet. Through Dec. 30.

Cirque Du Soleil Echo at Under the Big Top, Atlantic Station

Heroine Future and her friends discover their choices have the potential to change the world at this performance featuring poetry, stagecraft, acrobatics and technology. Through Jan. 21.

WildWoods: AGLOW at Fernbank Museum

Journey through the beauty of nature with this multi-sensory experience featuring the real environment, glowing displays and music. Through Feb. 25.

Enchanted Woodland Trail at Chattahoochee Nature Center

See how fairies and gnomes bunker down for the winter as you walk along the forested trails. Through Feb. 29.

Amber: Golden Window to the Past at Tellus Science Museum

Amber is used to create jewelry and decorative items, but it also contains traces of the past. How many ancient objects will you spot? Through Oct. 27.

New Year’s:

New Year’s Bubble Bash at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

This special kid-friendly countdown will include games, music from a DJ and bubble-wrap-popping. Dec. 31.

Noon Years Eve at The Hotel at Avalon

Ring in 2024 with live music from DJ Willy Wow, face painting, crafts and a countdown to noon with a giant balloon drop. Dec. 31.

Noon Year’s Eve Celebration at Skyline Park

This family-friendly celebration includes tons of games and ringing in the New Year at noon. Dec. 31.

New Year’s Eve Bash Presented by Xfinity at The Battery Atlanta

Celebrations include music from Brady Rymer and an inflatable balloon drop at 8 p.m. Dec. 31.

Kids’ Early New Year’s Eve Celebration at Stone Mountain Park

Ring in the New Year early with a magical snowfall and fireworks show at 9 p.m. Dec. 31.

Past events:

Gala: A Cirque Show at Aurora Theatre

The Akrosphere Aerial & Circus Arts dazzle with a grand party in an unforgettable circus experience. Dec. 1-3.

Roswell Dance Starz Presents Frozen: A Winter Dance Spectacular at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

Watch your favorite winter characters go on an icy voyage filled with exciting choreography, dazzling costumes and heartwarming storytelling. Dec. 2.

Annie at Fox Theatre

Little Orphan Annie reminds audience members that sunshine is always right around the corner in this beloved musical. Dec. 5-10.

UPS Second Sunday at High Museum of Art

Enjoy music from a local DJ, make art, listen to a storytime from Beatrix Potter and more. Dec. 10.

Pop-in for Family Fun at Marietta Museum of History

Enjoy holiday-themed crafts. Dec. 16.

Virtual: Online Puppet Playdate

From the Center for Puppetry Arts, watch a dynamic assortment of puppet skits, crafts, music and special guests Lily the Fabrarian (Fairy Librarian). Dec. 16.

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