Here are seven ways you and your family can celebrate Christmas at Georgia Aquarium, plus two bonuses!Read More
Several years ago I decided we needed to do something that represented the real reason for Christmas, not just visiting Santa and riding the Pink Pig. So I set out to find one of the live nativity scenes around Atlanta. It wasn’t as easy as you might think. Now I’ve heard of several. If you know of other places to see live nativities around Atlanta, please post a comment. Don’t forget to wear warm clothes. All of these activities are held outside and free unless otherwise noted.
This post has the best Atlantic Station ice skating tips and tricks – plus ways to save on your visit the festive skate the station.
For those who love a fresh cut Christmas tree, we have put together a guide to where to buy fresh Christmas trees, as well as cut-your-own Christmas trees near you at local Christmas tree farms in and around the Atlanta metro area. Be sure to call before you head out to make sure they still have trees available.
As soon as Halloween is over, Santa Claus begins arriving at local area malls and attractions. Here’s a round up of where to see the jolly man in red (or green). If you’re looking for an African American Santa, we have those listed too.
Looking for FREE Christmas events in Atlanta? Here are our favorite FREE events this holiday. If you know of others, please share!
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.