A lot of our traditional Christmas celebrations have been put on hold this year due to social distancing guidelines. But thankfully, the beauty of Christmas light displays are a tradition that we can continue to enjoy with family and friends.
Atlanta Festival of Lights at Atlantic Station. Every night (except December 31 and January 1) until January 18th from 6 pm to 11 pm. $35 per car on Fridays and Saturday, $25 per car on Sunday – Thursdays.
Lights of Life at Life University. Open every night now through December 31st with a fee of $10 per car every night. The light display is a drive-through experience, but pony rides, train rides, concessions, and a petting zoo are available as well.
Candy Rush at Six Flags White Water. This mile-long light show is open nightly now through January 3rd. $45 per car on weekends and holidays, $35 per car on weeknights.
Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens. Listed as one of National Geographic’s top light displays in the world, Callaway Gardens offers an array of holiday celebrations in addition to their drive-through display. Open every evening through January 4th, ticketing prices vary.
Neighborhood Light Displays: Looking for more covid-friendly light displays? Atlanta is full of neighborhoods that go-big during the holiday season and offer free, family friendly entertainment. Click here for a detailed list of neighborhood displays.