Fernbank Museum of Natural History
If you’ve made it past the obligatory first date cocktails, you need to step it up a little for a fun date experience. Consider popping into one of Atlanta’s museums, many of which have parties and happy hours throughout the year.
If this summer turns out anything like the constant monsoon of 2013, you’ll need to have some plans for those long, rainy days. Whether you’re with your family or on your own, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your day without feeling like you’re stuck inside.
When repeated performances of “Rain, Rain Go Away” don’t seem to be altering the clouds swirling in the distance, families can seek refuge in a number of Atlanta destinations that are conveniently housed indoors. There’s no need to let a little precipitation spoil all of the fun.
From the natural history that shaped the land to the cultural history that shaped its people, Atlanta’s museums offer a leisurely, enlightening and delightful walk through time.
From the drawings of animals to speculations on hidden realms, the summer of 2013 will offer Atlanta artwork for every taste and imagination.
May 1st is the time to enjoy the returning warmth of spring. There will be flowers, puppets, butterflies, scavenger hunts and other ways to enjoy.
For Atlanta families on the hunt for something fun to do this Easter weekend, look no further than this list.
Atlanta has some great art to showcase. Check out some of the best exhibits coming to the area this fall.
Playdates are as essential to summer as sunscreen and swimming. A scheduled play date lets kids go about the business of being kids without the structured schedules of sports and planned activities. In Atlanta, there are plenty of spots to hold a play date, but the best spots for summer playdates beat them all for all-day fun every day.
There are great things in Atlanta that are sure to please even the most indifferent tween around.