Atlanta is the capital of the South, and naturally it has a wealth of museums of all types worth visiting. You can’t consider yourself a true cultured Southerner unless you have visited at least these five museums.
Dogs really are man’s best friend, here are some Atlanta dog parks where you and your dog can spend some time together in the outdoors.
Caught in a downpour? Sometimes it’s best to look for a nearby watering hole to dry off and relax.
The history, architecture and the fans are what make going to a baseball game an exciting adventure. All of these factor into what helps some of these stadiums make the must-see lists for all baseball fans.
Not everyone is a master baker, but there’s no need for your Passover party to suffer. There are plenty of bakeries in Atlanta that can serve up the sweet stuff for your fete.
If you are tired of being the victim of April Fool’s Day pranks and you want to be the one in charge this year, then you’re going to need to know where to shop. Here’s a list of some of Atlanta’s silliest stores for your gag gifts.
One of the most fun entertainment options in Atlanta is local theater. Check out one of these great options live on stage this spring.
One of the great things about Atlanta is the easy access to national parks. Whether you want to hike along a river or learn about military history, there are several parks nearby.
If you are staying in town for spring break 2015, blogger Meghan Cooper gives her picks for activities to do with the kids.
There will be upsets and buzzer beaters, so you will be wanting to watch all of March Madness at one of these fine Atlanta establishments.