2019 Best Holiday Lights and Tree Displays Near Atlanta
See the brightest and most beautiful holiday Christmas lights in Atlanta and beyond.
Walk-through light and animated displays, visit with Santa and more. Through Dec. 23.
Enjoy caroling, arts and crafts, food, lights, decorations and entertainment throughout the event. Through Dec. 28.
Experience a synchronized light show at the pavilion, stroll through the Barnyard aglow with hundreds of lights, then enjoy a hayride to the Field of Lights. Through Dec. 29.
Take a drive or hayride through lights, take photos with Santa and his reindeer, experience a live nativity and more. Through Dec. 30.
Drive through tons of holiday lights on display around the campus. Through Dec. 31.
Drive through more than 8 million twinkling lights and a garden decorated for the season. Through Jan. 4.
Guests can walk through four themed areas of holiday lights and activities, including Yule Town and North Pole Village. Through Jan. 4.
Enjoy holiday magic with evenings full of festive music, dazzling lights, The Polar Express 4-D Experience, the Enchanted Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and visits from your favorite holiday characters. Through Jan. 5.
Drive through lighted displays such as the North Pole Express, Wizard of Oz and The 12 Days of Christmas. Through Jan. 5.
View more than 25 handcrafted lanterns of land and sea animals as part of the themed “INTO THE WILD.” Part of the International Winter Wonderland. Through Jan. 5.
View more than one million LED lights and dozens of Christmas trees, visit with Santa Claus and ride the park’s popular attractions. Through Jan. 5.
Countless bulbs light up the garden with Nature’s Wonders, Orchestral Orbs, Radiant Rainforest and Model Trains. Through Jan. 11.
Holiday lights, parade, Santa visits, kids’ activities and musical entertainment. Nov. 23.
Live entertainment, meet an Atlanta Braves player, visit from Santa, tree lighting and light show. Nov. 23.
Tree lighting, entertainment, kids’ crafts and more. Nov. 23.
Christmas tree lighting, opening of Avalon on Ice and the arrival of Santa Claus. Nov. 24.
Lighting of the Great Tree, concerts and fireworks show set to holiday music. Nov. 24.
Meet Santa, enjoy treats and watch the lighting of the tree and menorah. Nov. 24.
Entertainment, food vendors, photos with Santa and kids’ activities. Nov. 28.
Families can take holiday pictures with Disney’s Olaf, Elsa and Anna, enjoy caroling, hot cocoa and a s’mores station, ice skating and more. Dec. 1.
Cookie and ornament decorating, train rides, pictures with Santa, face painting and tree lighting. Dec. 5.
Musical performances by local school choruses, tree lighting, arrival of Santa, and a festival of trees. Dec. 5.
Tree lighting in Thrasher Park, with live entertainment, Santa’s arrival, hot chocolate and treats. Dec. 6.
See the tree lighting, visit with Santa and enjoy lots of kids’ activities – face painting, inflatables, snow playground and more. Dec. 7.
Hop aboard the Christmas Express Train featuring a snowflake tunnel and a dancing Christmas lights show. Dec. 20-22.
Meet Rudolph, the Winter Queen, Santa, Mrs. Claus and more before embarking on a train ride to see almost a mile of lights and decorations. Through Dec. 21.