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4 Awesome Kid-Friendly Events in Atlanta this Holiday Season

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Snow tubing, in Georgia? That’s a YES! Stone Mountain offers snow tubing for all ages. The tubing will last now through Feb. 23, 2020.

My son is just a toddler, so the fact that they offer bunny slopes is a major plus! The best thing of all, children 3 & under get in for free.

On their website, they offer a variety of different tickets. There is a basic Snow + Christmas Combo. This ticket offers 2 hours of snow tubing, snow play area, along with park and holiday attractions.

The second type of ticket that they offer is the Snow + Christmas Combo Meal Deal. It offers the same activities as the Snow + Christmas Combo, along with a meal and unlimited drinks! This ticket is just $5 more than the basic ticket.

Lastly, it is what I like to call the “Big Dog Ticket”. The All-Access Snow + Christmas + VIP Ticket. This includes unlimited snow tubing, snow play area, a VIP pass for park attractions, & Holiday entertainment, including special effects glasses!

https://www.stonemountainpark.com/Tickets-Specials/Tickets/Snow-Mountain-Christmas-Tickets

Now through January 11th, from 5 pm-11 pm, Atlanta Botanical Garden is hosting their annual Garden Lights, Holiday Nights.

No matter if you’re wanting to have a romantic night out, or bring the kids, this event is a show stopper.

For general admission tickets, you save $5 per ticket if purchased online before 4 pm, on the day of the visit. A big plus to buying tickets online is getting to skip the long admissions line.

There are different prices for different nights, depending on when their peak time is. I suggest checking out the website, if you plan on going, to make sure you snag the best deal possible!

https://atlantabg.org/plan-your-visit/atlanta-garden-calendar/garden-lights-holiday-nights/

Santa is coming to the Georgia Aquarium, on Dec. 7th. His elves are even scrambling up some breakfast!

From 9:00 am-10:30 am, sit down with Santa to enjoy a yummy breakfast buffet created by chefs at Wolfgang Puck Catering.

Children ages 0-2 years receive free admission. Children 3-12 years can get a ticket for just $19.95, but if you happen to be a member, that price drops to $18.95.

Adult tickets are $26.95 for members and $39.95 for non-members. https://www.georgiaaquarium.org/events/event/breakfast-with-santa-3/

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Jungle Bells – Zoo Atlanta
https://zooatlanta.org/event/jungle-bells/

On December 7th, round everyone up and head over to Zoo Atlanta!

This holiday event begins at 12 pm and goes through 6 pm.

Their website lists a handful of festive activities, including free crafts for children, photo-ops in front of the Christmas tree, holiday snacks, and different performances.

Adults, y’all can even score some hard hot cider or warm mulled wine!

The lights on the Grand Patio will flip on at 6 pm, to celebrate Zoo Atlanta’s 3rd annual holiday tree lighting!

https://zooatlanta.org/event/jungle-bells/

With a young toddler and being located in ATL, I’m a sucker for these kid-friendly events in Atlanta! Don’t forget to check out this holiday gift guide for her!

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