Nothing gets you into the holiday spirit like millions of twinkling lights set to holiday music! We’ve got a comprehensive list of places to see beautiful Christmas light displays near Atlanta.
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Pictures with the Bass Pro Shops Santa are free, but this year you need to make advance reservations online. We have all the details!
After 28 years, the Magical Nights of Lights is no more, and will be replaced in 2020 with the all-new Lakeside Lights Spectacular! We’ve got the scoop on all you need to know.
There are lots of ways to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Atlanta with kids. I love the idea of making New Year’s Eve a family friendly holiday vs. a forced party for adults that’s impossible or expensive to find a sitter to attend. If you’d like to do something with the kids this New Year’s Eve, here are some things to do on New Year’s Eve in Atlanta with kids.
This post has the best Atlantic Station ice skating tips and tricks – plus ways to save on your visit the festive skate the station.
The Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame and Fan Experience is one of Atlanta’s newest attractions, and the ultimate tailgate experience. Guests are whisked through…
For Southerners, it’s an easy drive to ski resorts in NC vs. flying out west. Appalachian Ski Mountain in Blowing Rock, NC is perfect for families…
Get into the holiday spirit with Callaway Gardens Christmas Festival and Fantasy in Lights drive through display. Learn tips to beat the crowd & stay jolly.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden Lights is probably one of my favorite holiday light displays. It could be because the Atlanta Botanical Gardens is one of my favorite Atlanta attractions!
The Avalon ice skating rink is Alpharetta’s holiday ice rink. When done skating, there are tons of amazing restaurants to grab a bite. It’s perfect for an outing with friends or an awesome date night.
Experience more than just the thrill of buying at Avalon, Alpharetta’s shopping mecca. These stores (& others in Alpharetta) have unique experiences you don’t want to miss! Create your own jewelry at Kendra Scott’s color bar, build a LEGO creation at the LEGO Store’s mini-builds, learn fly-fishing or join group runs, these neighborhood stores are worth a visit for shopping, but so much more too.
Did you know there are 22 different types of apples grown in Georgia? Learn about the most popular types of apples in the state; the best ones for eating and cooking, plus when your favorites are ready to pick.
The stories on these Atlanta ghost tours don’t have blood and gore, but are filled with just enough macabre to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.
Forget trick-or-treating or ghoulish haunted houses, this Halloween try one of these terrifying escape room scenarios in Atlanta.
The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Christmas Parade is one of our holiday traditions. We’ve been going with the Borden family since our kids were in strollers. Nowadays, we pack the hand warmers, fill the thermos full of hot chocolate, grab the seat cushions and head out with whatever child is available. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.