Once again Six Flags Over Georgia presents the magic of Holiday in the Park, November 21 through January 3.
This is not only the most wonderful time of the year but it’s a great time to explore Six Flags and all of its wonderment! The park is transformed into a winter wonderland with millions of twinkling lights. Go big on your favorite thrill rides and be sure to visit the one and only Santa Claus. The park is breathtaking and beautifully luminous! I got a media sneak peek along with my family and we were treated to some wonderful food — delicious chunky soups — and drinks that warmed us up.
It was fun, fun, fun for the kids. From playfully talking to the tall toy soldiers to taking a ride on the train to the North Pole to see Santa. It was all fun and festive and my kids had a great time.
We even saw an award winning show about two children who longed to see their dad come home from the military. They wanted Santa’s help and Jack Frost and other characters helped make their dream come true. It was a great show with lots of singing and dancing and entertainment!
More reasons to go to Holiday in the Park:
- The magnificent shows and street entertainment provide all of the best holiday tunes to get you into the Christmas spirit. Throughout the park, you’ll experience millions of twinkling lights and the delicious aroma of unique holiday food. Children (and kids at heart) will even have the chance to meet Santa.
- Enjoy world-class coasters and thrilling family rides for your entire group, and top it off with our iconic 1908 Riverview Carousel which will create a beautiful glowing light and walk-through experience never before seen in the Southeast.
Things To Do
Holiday in the Park is filled with enchanting experiences to create special family fun during this magical time of the year. Enjoy a million dazzling lights, heartwarming shows, thrilling rides, Santa, special holiday activities and a wide variety of unique food and seasonal treats.
Experience our festive shows, dozens of Christmas trees, more than one million LED lights and meet Santa Claus. Stroll through Peppermint Plaza. the North Pole and snowy Main Street Christmas (with a little help from a snow machine!) Walk through a mistletoe tunnel or journey back in time to simpler days of Christmas past with Retro Christmas USA. http://hip_overgeorgia.sixflags.com/things-to-do/holiday-attractions/
Tickets and More
They’ve got your ticket to holiday fun but for the best deal around, buy a 2016 Season Pass and get FREE visits to Holiday in the Park 2015! Or purchase a Membership and get all of the same benefits as a Season Pass for as low a $4.19/month.http://hip_overgeorgia.sixflags.com/tickets/
Go for a spin on the thrill rides and top-of-the-line coasters during Holiday in the Park. While some prefer to push the edge with the most daring thrills, Six Flags has plenty of milder rides that the whole family can enjoy together.http://hip_overgeorgia.sixflags.com/things-to-do/holiday-thrills/
To see all the wonderful photos of how they transformed Six Flags, click HERE. For more information visit the Holiday in the Park website. If you buy a season pay for 2015, you visit Holiday in the Park for FREE!
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