Noon Year’s Eve Celebrations Around Atlanta

Noon Year's Eve Celebrations Around Atlanta
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Ready to ring in the new year with your kids? Noon Year’s Eve celebrations are kid-friendly New Year’s Eve events held on December 31. They typically feature a countdown to noon for the little ones with earlier bedtimes so they don’t miss out on any of the celebrations.

Be sure to check out these Noon Year’s Eve events happening this year around Atlanta.

The Hotel at Avalon

10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

This family-friendly event invites partygoers of all ages to ring in 2024 with live music from DJ Willy Wow, face painting, crafts, and a countdown to Noon when a giant balloon drop will welcome in the new year!

Adults and all children over two years old will need tickets.

The event will include face painting, New Year’s crafts + activities, bounce houses, complimentary snacks + treats, photo opportunities in our Noon Year’s Eve photo booth + a kids-only bubbly bar! Mimosas + additional adult beverages along with a food pop-up will be available for purchase.

Children’s Museum New Year’s Bubble Bash

Play Session A – 9:45 am to 11:30 am; Countdown at 11:00 a.m.
Play Session B – 12:45 pm to 2:30 pm; Countdown at 2 p.m.
Play Session C – 3:45 pm to 5:30 pm; Countdown at 5 p.m.
$10 – Members; $25 – Non-members; Prices increase December 26th

Join us for CMA’s annual Bubble Bash on Sunday, December 31! Ring in the New Year with us, confetti, and lots of bubbles! Dance with music from DJ Dewayne, the countdown to the New Year, skate at Sockefeller Plaza, and more!

Ponce City Market Noon Year’s Eve on the Roof

Staying up until midnight is not for everyone. Join us as we count down with the kiddos to noon and send 2023 out with a bang.

Ponce City Roof’s annual Noon Year’s Eve celebration will be back this year! This is an all-ages, family-friendly celebration to ring in 2024 as guests countdown to Noon. All-Access tickets to Skyline Park include admission and gameplay and can be pre-purchased online or at the door.

Ice Skating is an additional $10 per person and can be purchased onsite only.

Stone Mountain Park Kids’ Early New Year’s Eve Celebration

Because kids are just as excited to ring in the New Year as their parents—but need to be in bed before midnight—Stone Mountain Park is set to host an early New Year’s Eve Celebration.

During Stone Mountain Christmas on Dec. 31, Stone Mountain Park will operate the Christmas event as usual and then we’ll ring in the early New Year with a magical snowfall and early 2023 countdown. When the clock strikes 9 p.m., enjoy fireworks to usher in the New Year early!

Kids’ Early New Year’s Eve is available during Stone Mountain Christmas and is included with a daily Christmas Attractions Ticket or annual Mountain Membership. Please check the calendar for dates and hours of operation before your visit.

Noon Year’s Eve Celebration at Lego Discovery Center

We invite you and your family to ring in the New Year before the clock strikes midnight at our annual Noon Year’s Eve Celebration.

Be sure to arrive before noon to celebrate with our LEGO Ball Drop! Grab a complimentary 2024 headband (*while supplies last*) and help us bring in the new year with a glass of sparkling apple cider!

Don’t forget to celebrate with our LEGO character in our build challenge area for a group dance party!

*Event included with Admission

Noon Year’s Eve Skate at Sparkles Family Fun Centers

12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Your kids can celebrate New Year’s early with 4,000+ balloons, Mario, Bluey, and more!

What are some of your favorite celebrations for kids in Atlanta?

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Tara Sierra
Tara was raised in Atlanta and graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She is taking a break from the corporate world to focus on raising her children, along with caring for her aging parents and volunteering. She enjoys sharing ideas on wellness, sustainability, staying engaged during a career break, and preserving family memories. Tara and her husband spent years traveling the world before kids, and plan to continue the tradition with them. When she squeezes in some free time, you might find her practicing yoga, writing, reading, or curating family photo books.


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