Best Places to
View Holiday Lights in Atlanta There
is an excellent chance that there are people who keep twinkle lights up all
year round. They prefer to light their
living spaces with strands of tiny white lights instead of traditional
lamps. And their absolute favorite
things to do each Christmas is bundle up, buy themselves a hot holiday drink,
and drive the roads of Atlanta, looking for holiday light displays. This guide will make it easier for them (and
you) to find what you’re looking for.
Lanier Magical Nights of Lights Stay
warm and toasty in your car as you drive through 6 miles of holiday lights,
both still and animated. At the end of
your drive, enjoy a bonfire, shopping, holiday food, a live nativity, and, of
course, Santa. Additions this year
include a skating rink and a visit from the Lake Lanier mascot.
Gardens Fantasy in Lights Named
one of the top 10 places to see holiday lights, Callaway Gardens is one of the
most popular destinations for Christmas lovers.
Over 8 million lights are featured, as well as numerous different
scenes. Drive through in your toasty car
but don’t forget to visit the Christmas Village. There are several places to stay overnight,
so make it a holiday weekend and take in everything Callaway Gardens has to
of Macy’s Great Tree For
the past 67 years, Thanksgiving night hasn’t been complete without the lighting
of the Great Tree. Originally on top of
Rich’s in downtown Atlanta, the tree has landed at Lenox Square in
Buckhead. Watch on television while
eating leftovers and pie, or drive down and see the spectacle in person. Live music, dancing, and local celebrities
make this event a don’t-miss tradition. Centennial
Olympic Park Holiday in Lights For
a few weeks each year, from November to January, thousands of twinkle lights
compete with the sparkling skyline in Centennial Olympic Park. Get up close to the trees and displays of
lights, take pictures, and make memories.
Follow your walk with ice skating on one of Atlanta’s only ice skating
rinks. What better way to spend the
holiday than with the lights of Atlanta behind you? If
you have a twinkle light obsession, there is an excellent chance you will find
your dream display – start a tradition today.
Author:David Pippin Phone: 404-643-2563 Dated: December 19th 2014 Views: 326 About David: ...
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