Georgia Winter Bucket List

Georgia Winter Bucket List

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Georgia Travels - Winter Bucket List

Whether you’ve lived in Georgia your entire life or are just visiting, we hope our Georgia Winter Bucket List will inspire you to create one of your own. There’s so much to do, from seeing a broadway show to ice skating. Better get busy!

Be Adventurous

Enjoy ice skating at Centennial Olympic Park with your kiddos. From November through January, there’s also a holiday light display.

Experience Atlanta’s best laser tag arena at the Urban Jungle. They’ve also got an indoor rock climbing wall!

Go bowling at the Painted Pin.

Parts of our great state don’t get much snow, so we’re going to reference this list if we run out of ideas. 52 Ways to Play Outside in Winter Without Snow

Go Swimming

Too cold to take a dip? Never! These indoor pools are open year-round:

South Cobb Aquatic Center
Bogan Park
Cherokee County Aquatic Center
Cumming Aquatic Center 

Each county has its own recreational center so check to see if your local area has an indoor swimming pool (or two!) that you can visit this winter.

Learn a Little Something

Head indoors to learn a thing or two at these fun and educational spots:

First and foremost, obviously it’s the perfect time to visit the Atlanta Zoo! Why? Because many of the animals enjoy the cooler weather. Go on a sunny day and you’ll see the animals out in their habitats.

Center for Puppetry Arts – Watch a puppet show, and even make your own puppets to take home.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta – Hands-on interactive exhibits to keep the kids busy all day long.

Take a tour of CNN Studios – I really want to do this one!

Delta Flight Museum – For all aviation fans.

Fernbank Museum – See the largest dinosaurs in the world. Plus, the floors in the museum are made of 40,000 limestone tiles featuring fossils dating back to the Jurassic period.

Georgia Aquarium – Informative and fun!

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library – Everyone loves learning about past Presidents!

Legoland Discovery Center – Hands-on learning fun for kids (and grown-ups).

World of Coca-Cola – Sample more Coca-Cola than you ever cared to.

Do you have a little astronaut in your life? I highly recommend one of Georgia’s awesome planetariums.

Take the little ones gem mining at Lilly Pad Village in Blue Ridge.

Head to the drive-in.

Enjoy Beautiful Views

Winter in Georgia offers some of the most scenic views around. They’re worth driving to, especially if it’s not too frosty. The absolute best views can be experienced on the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. Near Christmas, it’s set up as the Polar Express which is loads of fun! Dress in PJs and head to the Polar Express to create memories the entire family will cherish for years to come.

Take in the panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean while you take the family ice skating at Jekyll Island Skating Village. It’s open November through January.

Just minutes from downtown, Snow Mountain is a popular winter destination in Georgia.

Drive along Highway 246 for a breathtaking view of the North Georgia Mountains.

Cloudland Canyon features gorgeous frozen waterfalls, while Blood Mountain has some of the most incredible views you’ll find in the entire state.

No matter where you visit, be sure to slow down. Relax and enjoy Georgia. Don’t forget to purchase your CityPass to some of these awesome places.

What’s your favorite winter spot in Georgia?

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20 Comments

  1. April Monty says

    Who knew there were so many cool things to do in Georgia? I plan on visiting next year this will be handy

  2. Angela Mason says

    Just stopping by to wish you a wonderful Holiday Season!!

  3. Nancy Burgess says

    I’d love to go to Georgia thanks for listing all these fun places to go and see.Maybe I’ll go this summer now that I know all these places.Thanks.

  4. Connie Gruning says

    What a great bucket list. Georgia is on my bucket list. I would love to visit!!

  5. John Smith says

    Georgia must be lovely.

  6. Patty wright says

    I have never been to Georgia. Never had a reason to go. No relatives there

  7. Tina Alexander says

    There’s lots of places for the kids to go…The Legoland Discovery Center would be an awesome experience for my kids.

  8. cathy c says

    now i have to put Georgia on places to visit!

  9. Tina Nichols says

    Being able to go swimming all year around is the best. Happy Holidays!

  10. William R. Smith says

    great list of things to do. Merry Christmas.

  11. Tammy says

    I will be sharing this with family down south, thanks for the ideas!

  12. DENISE LOW says

    Thank you for sharing your bucket list. I have been through Georgia and it is nice.

  13. Geri Sandoval says

    Thank for sharing…always wanted to go to Georgia, on my list of places to visit.

  14. Wendy Forbes says

    I have never visited the state of Georgia, but it sounds like there are a lot of fun things to do while visiting.

  15. Laura says

    It’s amazing what you can do during the winter if you really think about all of the resources available around you! Thank you for sharing your ideas.

  16. DENISE LOW says

    Thank you for sharing. Looks like you are going to be doing plenty of fun things.

  17. Adriane says

    I visited Georgia many years ago and loved it. It was in the fall 🙂

  18. Gabrielly says

    What a great bucket list.

  19. donna porter says

    I love visiting Georgia.

  20. Gabrielly says

    Great bucket list.

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