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Our most recommended Georgia Christmas Activities

Illuminarium Atlanta: Immersive Experience Admission Ticket

1. Illuminarium Atlanta: Immersive Experience Admission Ticket

Visit Illuminarium Atlanta and be transported to any location through an all-encompassing experience. An unprecedented blend of 4K laser projection provides you with a connected and shared entertainment journey. Audio beams create a unique and precise sound experience for each individual, in-floor haptics produces realistic sensations for visitors, and even scents add authentic enhancement to the immersive experience. GEORGIA O’KEEFFE: One Hundred Flowers (April 28 – July 1, 2022) Georgia O'Keeffe, recognized as the Mother of American Modernism, is arguably the most important female artist of all time. This show breathes life into a virtual garden of the modernist painter's most celebrated pieces. A series of evolving visual landscapes, synced with a powerful all-female soundtrack, celebrates and reimagines the treasured floral stills featured in “Georgia O'Keeffe: One Hundred Flowers”, one of the best-selling art books of all time with over one million copies sold worldwide. WILD: A Safari Experience (January 3 - May 23, 2022) Be transported to Africa in the blink of an eye. Come face to face with the world’s most exotic animals in their natural habitats in this unique cinematic experience. Explore the sweeping plains of Masai Mara, Kruger National Park, and the watering holes of Samburu Reserve. Feel the ground shaking with an elephant’s stomp or the low-end frequency of a lion’s roar or the water ripple as you step into it. Visit the onsite retail shop and indoor/outdoor café featuring food, drinks, and artisanal gifts to complement your experience.

Savannah: Ghosts of Christmas Past Walking Tour

2. Savannah: Ghosts of Christmas Past Walking Tour

For the last 100 years, Americans have kept ghosts in their place, letting them out only in October. It’s no coincidence that the most famous Christmas story is a ghost story. Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol" was first published in 1843, and its story about a man tormented by a series of ghosts the night before Christmas belonged to a once-rich, now mostly forgotten tradition of telling ghost stories on Christmas Eve. Dickens’ supernatural yuletide terror was no outlier, since for much of the 19th century, the holiday was indisputably associated with ghosts and specters. Christmas in Savannah has always been a magical time of the year. However, for many of the less fortunate souls, the season brought tragedy and disaster. Grab a hot cup of cocoa and join in to resurrect the long-lost tradition of the telling of ghost stories during the holiday season. Walk through Savannah with your own paranormal sensitive and hear stories of holidays past.

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What people are saying about Georgia

This was a typical ghost tour that was titled Ghosts of Christmas past but it had nothing to do with Christmas. Guide was knowledgeable and we enjoyed it.

Jacob was a great storyteller. The walk was beautiful with all the houses around decorated and lit up. Teferric experience overall.

Jacob talked the entire time 2+ hours on an easy walking tour telling stories of this beautiful city. Not for kids in my opinion.

Jacob was a knowledgeable and enthusiastic guide. We had a great time and learned many new things. Highly recommend.

It was a great experience especially for my children!