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Santa Sightings – Where to See Santa in Georgia’s Rome

Posted November 23, 2022 by Kristi Kent in Events, Holiday

Everyone wants a chance to see Santa – we’ve gathered a full list of all the places to see the big guy before Christmas!

santa with kids

Rome Christmas Parade – Nov 29

Kick off the holiday season with the annual Rome Christmas Parade starting at 6:30pm! Santa and Mrs. Claus will round out the parade followed by tree lighting.

Trolley Rides with SantaDec 1 & 15

Join Santa on a ride through downtown Rome! Rides are from 5:30-7:30pm and depart from the Town Green.

Christmas in Lindale – Parade & Star Lighting – Lindale, GA – Dec 3

Celebrate the season with fun festivities including arts, crafts, train rides, and Christmas parade!

Georgia’s Rome Winter Art Market – Dec 3

Stop by for a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and shop variety of local crafted goods for all your holiday gifts!

Small Town Christmas in the Country – Cave Spring, GA – Dec 3

Shop from local vendors while getting your pictures made with Mr. and Mrs. Claus.

Cave Spring Christmas Parade – Cave Spring, GA – Dec 3

See downtown Cave Spring dressed for the holidays and join us for this annual tradition that begins at 6 pm.

Cookies with Santa – Rome High College and Career Academy – Dec 4

Enjoy cookies, crafts, carols, and portraits with Santa by Ivan Felipe Photography.

Selfies with Santa – Ridge Ferry Park – Dec 10

Enjoy a free afternoon of holiday fun with Santa as he hands out gifts (soccer balls, basketballs, and footballs) to the first 300 kids. Kids of all ages can have selfies taken with Santa.

Polar Express Pajama Party – Desoto Theatre – Dec 13

Kids can wear Christmas pajamas, enjoy cookies with milk, visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus and take pics too!

Did we miss your Santa event? Please submit it to our calendar so we know about it! 

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Our Georgia's Rome tourism team works hard to curate content to help you discover and explore our beautiful town! We want to ensure our content is up-to-date and accurate; so please let us know if we ever overlook an important detail! This post was originally written by Kristi Kent and is updated by staff.

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