Stone Mountain Park
If you have a lot of friends and family coming to Atlanta for the holidays, but you don’t know what to do with them, check out our guide to some of the best events in town this year.
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!
While the first official day of summer 2014 doesn’t occur until June 21, the season gets underway a little earlier with the advent of Memorial Day on May 26. Some of Atlanta’s most beloved destinations and attractions will play host to a slew of activities throughout the three-day Memorial weekend.
While there’s really nothing wrong with walking the streets and singing some seasonal classics to the entertainment of those who pass by, this talent might be most appreciated at a few of the “carol-centric” organized events around town.
Explore, swim, hike and take your family and cameras for day or overnight trips throughout Georgia’s destinations of rich vistas and history.
Lucky local residents get to benefit from that large selection of summer “staycation” destinations as they herald the arrival of the season of the sun.
When the trackless train at the local mall has lost its appeal, but a romance with the railroad is just blossoming – there are a handful of wonderful ways for Atlanta parents to introduce their kids to this age-old mode of transportation.
Whether graduating from high school and moving on to college or graduating from college and moving on to the real world, there is an abundance of wonderful locales and venues to host a party to honor an up-and-coming grad in Atlanta.
For Atlanta families on the hunt for something fun to do this Easter weekend, look no further than this list.
This fall season brings the crowds to these popular Atlanta festivals. Both friends and families will enjoy each event.