Atlanta may not be a skiing destination, but there are still a lot of things you can do to celebrate the winter break.
- For those who love lights, there are a wide array of options this year, from the well-known Magical Night of Lights at Lake Lanier to the Garden Lights at Atlanta Botanical Garden to Fantasy in Lights at Calloway Gardens. If you’ve done all of those, or if you want a bit more than just lights, there’s also the new-to-Atlanta Global Winter Wonderland at Turner Field, which features miniatures of famous buildings and food selections from around the world too.
- For a one-stop-shop holiday experience, go to Stone Mountain Christmas at, well, Stone Mountain. There you’ll find a sing-along train, 4-D shows, a visit from Santa Claus and more.
- If you want your holiday to include lots of laughter, check out Invasion: Christmas Carol from Dad’s Garage. It’s an improv show where the audience chooses who visits Scrooge each night instead of the three ghosts.
- Just wanting to stay inside? You can always read a (non-law!) book one of your professors recommended or borrow some movies from our Leisure Collection. We don’t own it, but you may also want to check out Santa Claus Conquers the Martians on Netflix too. I mean, really, how could you NOT watch that?