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There are some Christmas events you go to that you just know you are going to want to continue on as a tradition for years to come with your family. For the past few years, that event for us has been Stone Mountain’s Holiday In The Park.
While we were not able to get to every single Christmas attraction, as there is just do much for you to experience, it is nearly impossible for you to hit all attractions in one day, we were able to hit a few attractions: The Sing Along Christmas Train, 4-D Ice Age Movie, and the exclusive Stone Mountain Christmas shows Littlest Christmas Tree, Holly Jolly Cabaret, and Snow Angel® Snowfall and Fireworks Finale.
First event that we visited was the Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas 4-D
Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas 4-D
Celebrate the Holiday in the Ice Age! Don’t miss the all-new Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas 4-D!
Our favorite Ice Age friends are back in a holiday adventure for the whole family!
When Sid accidentally destroys Manny’s heirloom Christmas rock, he lands on Santa’s “naughty list”. Sid leads the gang on a hilarious quest to the North Pole to make things right with Santa. Unfortunately, Sid ends up making things much worse and it’s up to Manny and his prehistoric posse to band together and save Christmas for the entire world.
Can a handful of prehistoric misfits really save the holiday? Find out in this hilarious adventure featured in 3-D with added in-theater effects that will transport you back to the Ice Age.
I got to see this movie last year when we went too, this is one that I will watch every year they have it. Every now and then, they do change out the movies, however, I hope they keep this one!
Next up was the Singalong Christmas Train
Singalong Christmas Train with The Gift
All aboard! Join the fun as you rock around the mountain, belting out all of your favorite holiday songs! During the evening rides, make a short stop in Pebble Ridge to hear a telling of a very special story in The Gift and then sing your way back to the station. This ride is guaranteed to inspire the Christmas spirit!
This train is always fun, they have such amazing songs and The Gift tells you the story of Christmas.
When it gets dark is when the park really lights up. With over a million Christmas lights throughout the park, it is so beautiful to walk through the park at night.
Our last event of the night was the Snow Angel® Snowfall and Fireworks Finale
Snow Angel® Fireworks Finale
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Behold the overhead flight of the Snow Angel® and join in as she makes our Christmas wishes come true!
While I could not get any good pictures of the Snow Angel making her appearance, this picture was from the Stone Mountain Facebook page. This is always my family’s favorite part of the night.
When you purchase the Snow Mountain and Christmas Adventure Pass Combo, it will include all of the following:
Snow Mountain: Two-hour tubing session plus all-day access to the Snow Play area.
Christmas Attractions: Meet and Greet with Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer® and Bumble™ the Abominable Snow Monster, Ice Age: A Mammoth Christmas 4-D, Singalong Christmas Train, Mini-Golf, Summit Skyride, Antebellum Plantation, Discovering Stone Mountain Museum, The Great Barn, and Snow Angel® Palace.
Dazzling Christmas shows: NEW The Littlest Christmas Tree, Forever Christmas, Holly Jolly Cabaret, A Crossroads Christmas Carol, Visit with Santa Claus, Crossroads Christmas Parade, and the Snow Angel® Snowfall and Fireworks Finale.
Whether you have been naughty or nice this season, Stone Mountain Christmas is a must visit event if you are ever in Georgia! For more information on Stone Mountain and to to make your reservations, please check out their official website here, and their official Facebook here.