After the amazing time we had at Fright Fest last month, there was no way we were going to miss the latest Holiday in the Park event at Six Flags over Georgia. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably already witnessed some of the fun we had there.
The all-new Holiday in the Park event features magical family fun for all ages. For the adults, of course we have all of our favorite rides…in fact, I finally had a chance to break away from the kids and check out Goliath! I probably screamed like a little kid, but that’s beside the point. Still had a lot of fun, though.
Here are some highlights to look forward to for this year’s Holiday in the Park celebration at Six Flags Over Georgia:
Millions of dazzling lights and decorations.
I don’t think that statement fully describes the beauty this brings to the night. I was actually mesmerized walking through this bridge of lights. My husband heard me exclaim, “Oh my goodness…” and he realized then that my inner 6 year old was making an appearance. Twinkling lights, colorful LEDs wrapped around attractions, the beautiful light canopy in Main Street and of course, the 25-foot Christmas tree in front of the fountain embellished with shiny ornaments, thousands of lights, and festive garland. Incredible!
Live Carolers and a festive holiday show
We all really enjoyed walking through the park and being stopped by live carolers as they broke in song. Sing and dance along to your favorite classic songs of the season. Each show has a different storyline with different styles of holiday music, ranging from classical to pop to country.
Tasty treats and seasonal delights
Exclusively for this time of year, you can indulge in special holiday treats. Vendors are on site serving up heir most delicious recipes, including flavored coffees, hot chocolate, chili, and soup in bread bowls. We didn’t discover these until we were about to leave, but you haven’t lived until you’ve tried some of their new funnel cakes!
A kiss under the mistletoe
Yes, I couldn’t resist but to grab a kiss under the mistletoe.
Ps…he’s gonna kill me for posting this! That is…if he read my blog! lol
And of course…
A train ride to the North Pole to meet Santa & Mrs. Claus
This was the highlight of the kids’ night. We rode a little express train on a path to the North Pole, where we were greeted by Mrs. Claus and the team at the North Pole.
If you live in the Atlanta area, Holiday in the Park is definitely one of the Atlanta Holiday events to put on our family’s to-do list. It will be here at Six Flags over Georgia through January 3rd and you can find out more HERE. (note: music plays automatically when you click the link)
Have you been to Holiday in the Park yet? What are some of your favorite Atlanta Holiday events?
Bet you had a lot of fun! I’ve never been to Six Flags over Georgia until now but this seems like the perfect destination for our next family trip. Thanks for the tip on their food, this will be our first stop there.
I’m worse than a kid, I wait for Holiday in the Park all year! We’ve already been here 3 times already and you can bet we’ll come a few times more. Hubby is a big fan of their warm choco, he’s never bored with it.
This year we’ll spend Christmas here for the first time so we’ll get to see for ourselves what the Atlanta holiday events have to offer, I for one can’t wait! Thanks for the tips, it seems Six Flags over Georgia is a must.