Do not waste your next long weekend with the humdrum of regular daily tasks. Try one or two of these fun activities in our guide to a long weekend in Atlanta. Get out and explore your city!
If you’re looking for a different twist on your spring break vacation this year, consider Atlanta instead of the beach. The weather is comfortable and mild, and there is plenty to do in the capital of the South.
Not everyone wants to spend Super Bowl Sunday glued to the television, and kids may have an especially hard time maintaining their attention spans through the long game. Consider these alternative activities for the big day.
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.
Atlanta is no sleepy town during the Thanksgiving holiday with activities in and around the city for all members of the family. Enjoy the experiences and Southern hospitality all weekend long.
For some of the best zoo and aquarium events in Atlanta for the remainder of 2013, animal lovers are invited to “explore” the following list.
There is no need to pack a steamer trunk or gather your passport. Just jump into your card as you normally do–with your GPS device supplying your directions, you are on your way!
A number of Atlanta attractions feature special admission prices for adults in their golden years. A multi-generational jaunt to any one of these hot spots could equate to memories that will last a lifetime – well worth the discounted price of admission.
Every couple knows it’s important to take time away from the kids and get back to the basics with a little one-on-one, but finding the time is rarely easy. Stay right in town a world away at Atlanta’s best places for rekindling the romance. From botanical gardens to the best dining the city has to offer, revive that relationship with TLC options perfect for any couple.
Become enlightened by one of the many great lectures offered in Atlanta this fall.