Winner: Best holiday activity in Atlanta | Best of Atlanta

This week's Best of Atlanta poll celebrates the season at your favorite events around town.

What brings you the most holiday cheer?

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This week's Best of Atlanta poll results celebrate the season at your favorite events around town.

Coming in first place, marvel at the electrical extravaganza that is the Garden Lights Holiday Nights at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Explore the Walk of Flames and an expanded Tunnel of Light in addition to the new high-tech Nature's Wonders, illuminating the world's natural phenomena through countless strands of synchronized dancing lights strung high over Storza Woods.

The new home for ice skating this holiday season in Atlanta is right outside the home of your favorite baseball team. Coming in second place, Ice Skating at The Battery Atlanta is sure to become a cherisehd family tradition for years to come.

Our third place winner promises hours of snow-packed family fun. Enjoy snowball shooting or tubing togetherness at Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain Park for a holiday adventure you'll remember forever.

Your December calendar should be full of frolic-worthy winter events such as our full list of nominees: Lanier Islands Magical Nights of Lights and Winter AdventureAtlanta Ballet's Nutcracker'A Christmas Carol' at Alliance TheatreChristmas with the ASOChristmas at CallanwoldeSanta's Cottage at Atlantic StationFantasy in Lights at Callaway GardensRudolph the Red Nose Reindeer at Center for Puppetry Arts and Holiday in the Park at Six Flags.

In addition to bringing in holiday cheer, Atlanta offers numerous places to lace up and hit the ice . Ice skating is a blast if you know how, but if you have a fear of falling, these 12 merriest holiday events in Atlanta might be more of your speed.

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As the year comes to close, you can celebrate New Year's Eve in a multitude of ways in the metro area.