15+ Socially Distant Christmas Activities for Families
Enjoy the festive spirit of the holidays from the safety of your car at these events. Check out more than 150 holiday events here.
Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by ghosts on Christmas Eve who offer him a chance at a better future in this drive-in experience from Alliance Theatre. Dec. 4-23.
Drive through this light show with colorful displays, twinkling lights and holiday tunes. Dec. 4-Jan. 18.
Attendees will stay in or next to their vehicle during the menorah lighting ceremony. Dec. 10.
Drive through Bethlehem on the night of Jesus’ birth. Dec. 10-13.
Watch a delightful holiday performance filled with singing and dancing from the comfort of your own home. Dec. 10-31.
The classic story presented by The Georgia Ballet as a drive-in experience. Dec. 11-13.
Grab a meal from a neighboring restaurant to watch holiday classics. Dec. 11-13.
This drive-in breakfast includes a visit with Santa, holiday crafts and music. Dec. 12.
Celebrate the season with a “Christmas Classic” drive-in movie and fireworks show. Dec. 12.
Hosted by Chabad Intown, experience a Chanukah celebration with a menorah lighting, films and dinner. Dec. 13.
Drive through tons of holiday lights on display around the campus. Through Dec. 31.
Drive through this two mile Christmas light show with a canopy tunnel, trees and more. Through Dec. 31.
See sugar plum fairies, a gigantic gingerbread village, Christmas characters and more at this mile-long drive-through show featuring nearly 2 million lights. Through Jan. 3.
Enjoy a spectacular Christmas laser light show set to holiday music and featuring graphic effects from the comfort of your car. Dec. 3-6.
See the holiday floats and light displays from the safety of your car. Dec. 5.
This special drive-by parade has stationary floats for you to enjoy from your car as you listen to bands perform. Dec. 5.
Drive through a winter wonderland with snow, music, elves, Santa and more to see beautiful parade floats. Dec. 6.