6 Holiday Experiences Only in Gwinnett

Looking for unique holiday experiences you can't find anywhere else?

You have come to the right place! It seems like most people are looking for something new and exciting, so we pulled together 6 experiences that are only found in Gwinnett. 

Gwinnett County SnowFest

Since we don't typically get a lot of snow in Georgia, we have to make our own. Gwinnett County SnowFest is the perfect chance to get your snow fix. Make a snowman in the snow zone, zoom down the Avalanche falls snow tubing slide and glide around on the ice rink! There is so much more happening over this two day event at the Gwinnett County Fairground. Buy your ticket now. 

Christmas Escape Room

The Elf Motel combines the challenge of escape rooms and the love of Christmas. Santa's evil twin brother, Xanta, has escaped and is trying to ruin to Christmas by capturing Santa's elves. Can you find the secret remote the elves made that will put Xanta back in captivity? 

Shine Light Show at Coolray Field

Buckle up and settle in for an immersive light show all from the comfort of your car. This winter wonderland of lights is synchronized to music from a specific radio station you can tune into. 

Carol's Christmas Pop Up Bar

Enjoy Carol's, a Christmas Pop Up bar that will have Christmas cocktails, décor & attire as well as inspired foods at Over the Top Burger Bar. Get your festive outfits ready to hang out here till it closes on January 1st. 

Sleigh on Perry

Two words: Holiday explosion. This Christmas-themed pop-up bar will satisfy all your holiday fantasies. From decorations to Christmas movie-themed cocktails, you will be in the Holly Jolly spirit. 

*Open to the public 12/18 for a Holiday Gift Market from 1-6 pm and 12/20-12/23 from 6-11 pm.*

Lawrenceville Lights

You can't look at too many Christmas lights this time of year, especially when you get to do it from the warmth of your car. Even better, this event is free! The Lawrenceville Lights are open from December 8-10 and 15-17 from 6 pm to 8:30 pm. 

Post by Clara Rooks

Clara lived in Dacula for 14 years before moving to Bethlehem with her husband and Goldendoodles, Sadie and Tally. She loves to get a book from the local library and take it to one of Gwinnett's many coffee spots. Outside of work you can find her fishing with her husband, going for a run, getting smoothies or hanging out with family.