Two hours north of Atlanta, nestled in Chattanooga, is Rock City. A truly unique attraction that allows you to to see seven different states from their panoramic overlook, Lovers Leap. For 25 years, Rock City has annually transformed into a winter wonderland for it’s must-see Enchanted Garden of Lights. Visitors are invited to explore the elegantly enchanting lights and decorations while enjoying live music, hot cocoa, and even visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claus!
This magical Christmas lights experience is not to be missed. Take a stroll down the lighted Grand Corridor in Yule Town, experience the twinkle of icy lights in the Arctic Kingdom, and the Magic Forest comes alive to reveal exciting enchantments!
For this incredible holiday takeover, Rock City is split into four uniquely-themed sections: The Magic Forest, Arctic Kingdom, Yule Town, and The North Pole. Families must end their trip at The North Pole so that the children can have time to visit with Santa!
In addition to the festivities mentioned above, you’re invited to enjoy a 43-foot tall Christmas tree decorated with over 12,000 lights, the transformation of Tortoise Shell rock into Snowman Rock, cookie decorating, live music series, and so much more!
Enchanted Garden of Lights will be at Rock City until January 1, from 5pm until 9pm (10pm on selected nights). Pricing for the Enchanted Garden of Lights is based on the date of your visit. The cost ranges from $19.95-$31.95 for adults and $9.95-$21.95 for children. You can find Rock City located atop Lookout Mountain in Georgia, just six miles from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. For more information and tickets, visit their website.
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