The last time we were at Six Flags Over Georgia, ghosts and zombies had invaded for the park's annual Fright Fest. Now, Santa Claus and his elves are taking over, transforming the popular attraction into the North Pole!
This year's Holiday in the Park celebration opened November 21st, brightening the park with more than a million LED lights and dozens of special holiday attractions. This year, the celebration brings 13 walk-through experiences to guests, including the all-new Mistletoe Mansion and a sophisticated light show called Magic of the Season. Returning attractions include A Main Street Christmas and Retro Christmas, USA. And, of course, thrill-seekers can still hop on the park's 22 rides, which feature especially stunning views thanks to Holiday in the Park's lights and Christmas trees!
Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken never turns down a chance to hang out at Six Flags Over Georgia, and spend the morning there getting a look at this year's holiday celebration.