Dates: Nov. 22, 2019 - Jan. 5, 2020

Centennial Olympic Park is the centerpiece of downtown Atlanta’s holiday cheer as the Georgia World Congress Center Authority presents an International Winter Wonderland.

Home to the Chinese Lantern Festival and the Atlanta Christkindl Market, the Park will showcase its Olympic legacy with an international holiday experience featuring live entertainment, cultural food, and interactive activities.

Holiday Attractions

This year’s festival theme, “INTO THE WILD,” will feature handcrafted lanterns of over 25 different kinds of land and sea animals, including depictions of endangered species to highlight the importance of animal protection.
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With up to 80 charming Bavarian-style wooden chalets, this free four-week long event creates the authentic German holiday experience with traditional German food, beverages, and handcrafted products like ornaments,
nutcrackers, and toys. Click here for more details.

Explore Centennial Park District

The Georgia World Congress Center Authority and our partners are excited to offer visitors special promotions with local attractions to make your holiday at the Park a memorable experience. Be sure to click the links for more information.

Special offer! Purchase a combo ticket and receive discounted admission to both the Chinese Lantern Festival and Skyview Atlanta.

Present your Chinese Lantern Festival ticket at the College Football Hall of Fame box office to receive a 20% discount on admission.

Thank You to Our Event Sponsors and Hotel Partners

Getting Here

GWCCA parking will be available during the International Winter Wonderland. The recommended decks are the Green Deck (connected to the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame) and the Red Deck – (adjacent to the Georgia World Congress Center) and Attendees can pre-purchase parking or pay on-site the day of the event.

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The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) is Atlanta's public transportation system comprised of a bus and rail system that connects all parts of Atlanta. A single $2.50 fare covers one-way bus or train trips, including transfers.The GWCC is MARTA accessible at two stations.

For many events on the GWCCA campus, parking is at a premium and MARTA is the fastest and easiest way to arrive. This is especially true for Georgia Dome events, where MARTA is highly recommended.

The GWCCA is MARTA accessible at three stations.

  • Events in Centennial Olympic Park can use the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station (W-1) or the Peachtree Center Station (N-1) which is approximately a six block walk.
  • Events in the Georgia Dome can use either the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station (W-1) or the Vine City Station (W-2)
  • Events in GWCC Buildings A and B can use the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station (W-1)
  • Events in GWCC Building C can use the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station (W-1) or the Vine City Station (W-2)

If you are coming from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, MARTA has a rail station located at the north end of the airport, near baggage claim. This service offers the quickest and least expensive way to get to and from the airport to downtown Atlanta.For more information on MARTA, visit www.itsmarta.com or download their Rookie's Guide to Riding MARTA.

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Attendees utilizing rideshare should use the recommended pick-up and drop-off area on Centennial Olympic Park Drive near State Farm Drive.

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