Despite the many stressors of 2020, the holidays are indeed approaching and with it, hopes for holiday cheer. Although many holiday traditions are being altered or skipped this holiday season, there is still cheer to be found! In many cities, including Atlanta, a festive activity that is still socially-distant is viewing Christmas lights around the town.
Whatever you’re looking for this year, there are multiple options for a festive outing either walking outdoors or driving past in your car. Check out the list below for the top spots to get lost in the twinkle of Christmas lights!
Atlanta Festival of Lights at Atlantic Station
Perfect for those trying to keep warm inside their car, the Atlanta Festival of Lights is a drive-through Christmas light experience, making it Covid-friendly and allowing you to keep your Christmas tunes on in the car! The event runs from Friday, December 4th to Monday, January 18th from 6 PM – 11 PM every night. Tickets for Sunday – Thursday are $25 and $35 for Friday and Saturday.
For more details, you can check out their website: HERE
Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at Atlanta Botanical Garden
Hosted at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, this holiday attraction allows guests to wander through a magical Christmas-lit scene. The lights are walkable for those looking to stretch their legs or take things in at their own pace. Guests over the age of 10 are required to wear a mask at all times and stay six feet apart from other parties. Make sure to book your ticket in advance for this winter wonderland! The event is already up and running and will go through Saturday, January 16th.
For more information you can look at their website: HERE
Holiday Lights at Brook Run Park
If you’re looking for a kickoff for the holidays that is perfect for little ones, you can join Dunwoody Parks & Rec Saturday, December 12 from 6-8 pm for the Holiday Lights kickoff celebration! The display will be lit at 6 pm, followed by character appearances from Anna, Elsa, and Olaf. Over 25,000 lights will bring the playground to life, along with a 20 foot Christmas tree and a large wooden train. This makes for the perfect holiday family photo opportunity! Masks are required, along with social distancing.
For additional details, check out the event web listing: HERE
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