Author: Alex Delaney
From Garden Lights, Holiday Nights at Atlanta Botanical Gardens to ice skating on the Ponce City Market roof, there’s a lot to do this holiday season!
Before you go, make sure to visit event websites. Due to Covid-19, some annual events have been cancelled and many events require reservations to help ensure social distancing. For those that don’t, please make sure to follow the CDC guidelines to protect your family.
For spectacular holiday light displays around Metro Atlanta and beyond, check out this link: Discoveratlanta.com/blog/here-s-where-to-see-holiday-lights-in-atlanta/
Are the little ones ready to meet Santa? Find his schedule here. And don’t forget to track his progress around the world on Christmas Eve here.
This may be Georgia, but ice skating is still an option:
Have an Ice Day at Sugar Hill.
Skate the Sky at Ponce City Market
Experience Conyers Olde Town on Ice
Tour the Old City of Jerusalem this Hanukkah on Sunday, December 13th. To register for this virtual event, go here.
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is offering fun all month long. Visit here.
Hanukkah Celebration December 5-6,
Christmas Celebration December 19-20
Kwanzaa Celebration December 26-27
New Year’s Bubble Bash on December 31st!
Create a wonderful holiday memory by taking your family to a Christmas tree farm this year and handpick your family tree. More info here.
All aboard for the 2020 Winter Wonderland Train at the Pine Mountain Gold Museum.
Looking for the perfect gift? Check out local Holiday Markets:
Chattahoochee Nature Center’s Back to Nature Holiday Market: Saturday, December 5th.
Decatur Holiday Marketplace will be virtual this year from November 27th through December 11th.
Alpharetta Christmas Market: December 5th and 12th from 10 to 3 at the Alpharetta City Center.
Christmas in Cumming Arts and Crafts Show: December 11 & 12 at the Cumming Fairgrounds.
The Spruill Center for the Arts, in Dunwoody, has transformed itself into a winter wonderland. Find out more about their Holiday Artists Market.
For At Home fun:
Crafts for children:
This year, social distancing is encouraged, limiting Christmas fun. But there are still plenty of options out there to help you and yours enjoy the season to the fullest. We, at Compass Property Management, hope this list helps your family create a Holiday Season to remember.