Event features holiday attractions such as the World's Largest Christmas Light Show, magical Christmas parade, and live entertainment
About This Deal
- When can I visit?: valid only for date purchased
- Stone Mountain Christmas is open from November 12, 2022 through January 1, 2023. See the event calendar here.
- What's included: single-day all-attractions pass for one
- Free admission for children 2 and under
- Parking not included
Stone Mountain Christmas
Stone Mountain Christmas is an event for all those who want to feel the holiday spirit. Whole families participate in a variety of Christmas-themed attractions, spending time together and making unforgettable memories. Some of this year's attractions are:
- World's Largest Christmas Light Show: a new immersive experience featuring beloved holiday songs, amazing special effects, and fireworks to celebrate the spirit of the season
- Musical Frosted Forest: Guests can take a walk through the forest filled with lights and music.
- Snow Angel's Christmas Parade: Filled with holiday characters, the parade aims to fill hearts with joy and the holiday spirit.
About Stone Mountain Park
Calling Stone Mountain is spread across 3,200 acres. The park has become one of the most popular family destinations in Atlanta thanks to its collection of interactive attractions and its status as Atlanta's largest outdoor gym. That summit grows closer and closer through the window of Stone Mountain Park's signature attraction, The Summit Skyride. The high-speed cable car sweeps over the mountain, passing by the world's largest relief carving and granting its passenger's incredible views. Visibility stretches more than 60 miles in all directions, revealing lakes, the Atlanta skyline, and the Appalachian Mountains.
Even with the stunning views, visitors might be tempted to descend from Stone Mountain's top to experience the dozens of attractions offered by the park, including the Skyhike, one of the nation's largest adventure ropes courses. Other attractions include the immersive 4-D Experience. In other parts of the park, they'll find a century-old grist mill and a quaint covered bridge.
Seasonal events—including fall festivals and other holiday festivities—pack the park's calendar, ensuring that lovers of both natural and man-made spectacles find something to marvel at.