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Any parent knows that kids have lots of energy. Taking them out to play is a good way to let them blow off steam. So where to g? We’ve got you covered. Our list of the best parks for kids in Atlanta includes the Centennial Olympic Park, Piedmont Park, and Stone Mountain Park.
They say diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but rubies, sapphires and emeralds make nice pals, too. Enlarge your social circle by visiting one of Atlanta’s premier jewelry stores.
Feel like getting your shred on? Atlanta has a burgeoning skate culture, as is evidenced by the Tony Hawk Foundation’s 2010 donation of $25,000 to help complete the 15,000-square-foot Historic 4th Ward Skatepark. While we wait for that project to be completed, our list of the best skate parks around Atlanta includes Brook Run Skate Park, Progressive Skate Park and Skate Park Of Athens.
Serious thrifters know Atlanta is a hub for great finds. Whether you’re looking for furniture, clothing or household decor, Atlanta’s thrift stores have something to offer. Support your local community by shopping thrift.
One of the great things about city living is being a pedestrian and strolling through the streets. An excellent walking tour can help improve the experience and help you get to know the town better. Our list of the best walking tours of Atlanta includes Druid Hills, Oakland Cemetery and Fox Theater.
There’s no shortage of lively nightclubs in Atlanta, but if an evening filled with quiet conversation and good wine suits your tastes better, raise a glass at one of these fine establishments.
Atlanta is a shopper’s paradise; it seems like you can’t walk 5 feet without finding yourself in front of yet another display window stocked with gorgeous, glittering must-have items. Here are a few good places to start your own personal treasure hunt.