Can you believe it's only 3 days till Christmas!? Make sure to take some time and enjoy the season before it's gone!

One of the best things about the season is all of the pretty Christmas lights. Check out the list below for some of the most popular places to view lights. Most all of them will stay open into the New Year. Grab some of your family and friends and make a night of it!

  1. ATLANTA BOTANICAL GARDENS: Enjoy various light displays as well as other attractions such as the Holiday Model Train Show, the Ride-On-Train, the Botanical Saint Nick and the Reindog Parade. General admission tickets start at $23. You can get them HERE
  2. SIX FLAGS OVER GEORGIA HOLIDAY IN THE PARK: The park is transformed into a winter wonderland with millions of lights displayed. Not only can you ride your favorite coasters, but also view holiday shows, and Santa Clause! General Admission tickets start at $45.99 online and are free with a 2017 Season Pass. You can get tickets HERE
  3. LANIERWORLD'S WINTER ADVENTURE: The attraction will feature seven miles of holiday light displays that lead to Santa’s Village. Guests will also be able to experience carnival rides, snow play zones, bubble skating and watch holiday films displayed on a five-story screen. Advance Purchase Tickets start at $36 per car. You can get tickets HERE
  4. STONE MOUNTAIN PARK: The park features over 2 million lights, holiday music, live performances, a nightly Christmas parade and more. You can also visit Santa Claus. Stone Mountain Park will also feature a Rudolph the Red-Nosed-Reindeer 4-D movie, a Singalong Train and holiday shopping.
    Ticket prices start at $25.95. You can get tickets HERE 
  5. ATLANTIC STATION AND CENTENNIAL OLYMPIC PARK: For the Christmas season Atlantic Station and Centennial Olympic Park transform into a winter wonderland. Lights will blanket the popular areas as spectators will be able to enjoy ice skating at both locations. Atlantic station will also feature Santa’s Cottage during the month of December and the Snowball Express Train. The holiday celebration lasts through the first week of January.