High Museum of Art
Looking for something cultural to do this spring in Atlanta? Check out our list of the season’s must-see museum exhibits.
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.
Atlanta hosts many impressive murals and entertains an engaged community of mural patrons.
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.
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.
The men and women in the armed forces don’t serve for the money––they do it for love the of their country. These five varied shops in Atlanta show their gratitude to those selfless service men and women by offering discounts to help their hard earned money go a bit further.
Atlanta has a vibrant art scene, and many of the city’s most iconic works display both the beautiful and the bittersweet. From urban paintings to statues, these pieces represent Atlanta’s history in all its changing forms.
As art districts in areas such as the Castleberry Hills neighborhood or the Westside continue to grow, Atlanta art walks are also gaining popularity. Art walks make the perfect date night opportunities.
Whether you’re looking for the whimsical or classical, Atlanta has an art museum for you and your family.
They can be awkward, disastrous or life-changing. However, the venue pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the night. Here are the best places in Atlanta for a first date, that inaugural meeting between two people.