Stone Mountain Park Christmas: Family Fun For Everyone!


If you’re looking for a fun way to celebrate this holiday season, look no further than the Stone Mountain Park Christmas celebration. Packed full of lights, parades, story times, and more, there is something for every age to enjoy. 

The celebration is running now through January 2, 2022, with plenty of entertainment and attractions to hold your family’s attention. Below are just some of the things to do and see during your visit.

During the day, enjoy attractions like Mistle Tales with Mrs. Claus; Frosted Fables with one of Santa’s favorite bakers, Candy; pictures with Rudolph, Clarice, and of course, Santa; and various other shows, shops, and dining options. 

Stone Mountain Park Christmas: Family Fun for Everyone!
Frosted Fables with Candy

Take a ride on the Scenic Railroad and sing-a-long to some of your favorite Christmas carols. The train even stops in Pebble Ridge to hear the special story “The Gift.” 

At 6 p.m. you can enjoy The Snow Angel’s Christmas Parade featuring special guests, floats, holiday lights, and holiday friends you might have met throughout your visit. After the parade, take a stroll through The Musical Frosted Forest, a walkway of lights synced with festive holiday music.

Stay after dark and grab a spot on Memorial Lawn for the Enchanted Christmas Tree Lighting, the (NEW) World’s Largest Christmas Light Show, Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer, the Skylights Spectacular, and of course the grande finale — the Snow Angel Snowfall Celebration & Fireworks Finale! 

If you haven’t visited Stone Mountain before, check out our Beginner’s Guide to Stone Mountain!

Be sure to book early as capacity is limited and check times for each attraction as some attraction times vary by date. Attractions passes are $34.95 (ages 4+) and for children 3-11 $29.95. Ages 2 and under get in free

Have you visited Stone Mountain Park Christmas? What was your favorite part? Let us know in the comments below! 


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