Shake off the post-holiday blues with a celebration of Three Kings Day at the Atlanta Children’s Museum, a stellar family performance of Dear Edwina at Onstage Atlanta, or slipping down the snowy slopes of Stone Mountain in a giant inflatable tube. Read on for details on these fun happenings and more, below.


Photo: Miguel Martinez Mundo Hispanico


Three Kings Day at Atlanta Children’s Museum
Enjoy traditional Mexican dances, special story times, an Imaginators Three Kings Day Parade, and decorate jewelry boxes to represent the gifts that the magi gave to Jesus for his birthday. Sat. & Sun. Event details.


Holiday Model Train Show at Atlanta Botanical Garden
Don’t miss the G-scale model train display that runs through incredibly decorated town and country scapes at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Sunday Funday at The High
This series on the second Sunday of each month offers free admission for all visitors from 12 to 5 p.m. and special family-friendly programming from 1 to 4 p.m. Sun. Event details.

Family Free Day and STEAM Fun at MODA
Every second Sunday of the month, head to the Museum of Design Atlanta for free admission and to participate in design and STEAM activities that are fun and educational. Sun. Event details.


Dear Edwina at Onstage Atlanta
Thirteen-year-old problem solver, Edwina, dishes out advice with the help of her friends and a little song and dance in this delightful production for children. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Stone Mountain

Tubing and Snow Play
Spend a fun-filled day playing across five football fields of frosty joy. Zoom down the 400-foot hill all together in our family-sized tubes, or go it alone as a single rider. From snowman building to snowball shooting, tubing to togetherness, enjoy all the moments that will make for the perfect snow day. Fri.-Sun. Event details.

Pine Mountain

Fantasy in Lights at Callaway Gardens
8 million lights. 16 dazzling scenes. 1 magical night. Fantasy In Lights is not only the South’s most spectacular holiday light and sound show, it is one of the world’s “Top 10 Places to See Holiday Lights,” as named by National Geographic Traveler. Ride the “Jolly Trolley” or keep cozy in the warm comfort of your own car as you and the fam cruise through this seasonal spectacular, now in its 25th year. Fri.-Sun. Event details.


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—Shelley Massey