Friday, November 15, 2013

Top 6 Places to See Christmas Lights Around Atlanta in 2013

Stone Mountain: A Stone Mountain Christmas

This is by and large my family's favorite Winter festivity in Atlanta. We try to go at least once every year and it never fails to amaze! Great for children of all ages, Stone Mountain Christmas adds something new every year to keep things fresh and exciting. As if the lights and sing along train ride
weren't enough, there are lots of live shows and fun, including a parade with the "big man" himself, and other holiday fun to be had!

Atlanta Botanical Garden: Garden Lights, Holiday Nights
Atlanta's "Green" light show features almost exclusively LED lights, continuing the Garden’s commitment to environmental sustainability. The 30 acre Gardens come alive with beautiful hues of the
season mixed with the gorgeous foliage of the year round gardens is definitely a must see holiday sight. If you are a pet lover, don't miss out on this year's ReinDog Parade in the Gardens too!

Callaway Gardens: Fantasy in Lights
Just South of Atlanta, in Pine Mountain, rest the beautiful and relaxing getaway of Callaway Gardens. Named one of the “Top 10 Places to See Holiday Lights” by National Geographic Traveler, Fantasy in Lights features 8 million lights stretching more than five miles. This holiday season Callaway Gardens marks its 22nd year of their Fantasy in Lights celebration. Taking 3,900 man-hours
to install, Fantasy in Lights is like stepping (or riding as the case may be) into a literal Winter Wonderland! Complete with two light shows on Robin Lake Beach and an indoor Christmas Village for all your holiday shopping needs to get you started and then a "Jolly Trolley" ride through the five miles lights, its sure to have something for everyone this Holiday season!

Lake Lanier: Magical Nights of Lights
Over the magnificent snowflake bridge, down through the 12 days of Christmas, past your classic favorites and all the way to the dancing Holiday House, Santa’s Workshop, Christmas Carnival and more! No, its not a scene from the movie Elf, its Magical Nights of Lights with Lake Lanier Islands! In 2012, they celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Magical Nights of Lights featuring miles of illuminated characters and millions of twinkling lights! This year they invite you to experience the magic of the event with your family and friends.

No matter how you feel about the Braves moving to Cobb county, this year's Christmas extravaganza at Turner Field is one not to be missed! Global Winter Wonderland, a spectacular lantern festival and multicultural theme park, will be making its Atlanta debut this holiday season, November 21, 2013
through January 5, 2014 at Turner Field. This holiday season, guests will be able to travel the world in one visit while viewing the larger-than-life lantern designs of landmarks from countries all over the globe.

Atlanta Motor Speedway: Gift of Lights
Lit up by more than a million LED lights, Atlanta Motor Speedway turns into one of the area's biggest drive-through Christmas light parks! And new for 2013, this year's route includes portions of the Speedway's racing surface! If you are a racing fan, this is definitely an experience not to be missed!

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