Arts & Culture
Dinner and a show, what could be better? If you’re looking for a different night out for a date or an evening with the family, consider one of Atlanta’s dinner theaters.
Atlanta is home to a substantial Hispanic population and between September 15 and October 15, there will be many ways to celebrate the culture of Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico as well as many other Spanish-speaking nationalities.
The Atlanta improv scene is quietly becoming a nationally respected stage for performers to cut their teeth. Most theaters on this list provide classes, weekly shows by various troupes, as well as private performance options.
This fall, Atlanta theaters will offer an eclectic mix of reliable favorites, child-pleasing puppets and a hybrid of science fiction and fantasy for everyone else.
Finding the best museum tour for your group is a matter of taste and needs. These museum tours come in a variety of fashions; some appeal to adults, others cater to families, while others focus mainly on trying to hold a child’s attention.
These upcoming art exhibitions will showcase the best Atlanta has to offer. Both famous works from around the world and new works by local artists will be on display.
Whatever age you are, if you have a love of theater, Atlanta is a great place to be. From the suburbs to downtown, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
In Atlanta, there are so many opportunities for fun kids’ activities that sometimes it’s difficult to fit everything into your tot’s schedule. Check out these great shows for the kids.
The range of bookstores in Atlanta include niche antiques, foreign language interests and disposable entertainment. Some bookstores on this list are unique because of the books they sell and some are unique because of how they sell them.
Explore secret sanctuaries, Victorian mansions and places where history was born while taking an historic walking tour of Atlanta.