Celebrate the Holiday Season with Stone Mountain Christmas!

It’s that time of the year again and there’s no better way to celebrate the joyous season than at Stone Mountain! For select dates from Nov 14th to Jan 3rd, Stone Mountain will be draped in Christmas cheer and lit up with over two million lights, festive music, and visits from some of your favorite holiday characters.

Besides the beautiful scenery and Stone Mountain Park’s daytime attractions, there’s a host of season specific events to look forward to.

Experience Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas 4-D, a hilarious adventure featured in 3-D with added in-theater effects that will transport you back to the Ice Age.


Bring your Christmas wishes and visit with Santa Claus – Named by USA Today as one of the ten best places in the country to catch Santa Claus.

http://www.stonemountainpark.com/activities/shows-entertainment/Visits-with-SantaEnjoy live performances that are sure to get you in the Christmas spirit, including Forever Christmas, Holly Jolly Cabaret, Toyrific!, and A Christmas Carol.

All aboard the Singalong Train to hear your favorite Christmas tunes as well as the heartwarming story of the first Christmas in The Gift.

Wander through the Wonderland Walkway, a dazzling tunnel of lights guiding you to the Snow Angel Palace, where you can have your picture taken with beautiful Snow Angel and her Toy Soldiers.

Take in the sights and sounds of the season with a nightly Christmas Parade including whimsical floats and the arrival of Santa Claus. Be sure to stay for the magical Snow Angel Snowfall and Fireworks Finale to wrap up the evening!

Enjoy great holiday shopping that includes hand blown glass ornaments, homemade fudge, unique toys and seasonal apparel.

Meet two iconic North Pole favorites, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster. Kids of all ages can meet these two heartwarming characters or catch them in the nightly Christmas parade!


Tickets and more information can be found here! 

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