Festivals in Atlanta: We’ve got the perfect list of festival fun for your spring and summer, with dates, places and hints about their family-friendliness.
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It is possible to have fun without spending a dime. Are you up for the challenge? Here is a collection of 50+ FREE things to do with in and around Atlanta with kids.
If you enjoy hiking near Atlanta, then this list of 125 hikes under 2 miles is a great resource. Enjoy the best hiking in Georgia for kids and beginners.
Find more than 75 of the very best date night ideas around Atlanta here. I mean something really fun – more than just dinner and a movie!
If you’re looking for a luxurious Airbnb Atlanta escape, these rentals will not leave you wanting. Homes, condos, penthouse apartments…whatever your style, these opulent options are calling your name.
The World of Coca-Cola, or World of Coke as most people call it, is one of the most popular attractions in Atlanta. Ask kids what…
Atlanta museums are great ways to escape the heat or the rain, and there are so many great family-friendly programs as well.
Emotional. That’s how my elementary-aged child described the civil rights museum Atlanta is known for. He was not alone – our entire family was impacted…
Some of the best urban hikes in Atlanta are hidden treasures that locals hope you don’t discover. Lullwater Park near Emory University is one of those…
Discount tickets? The new African safari? Safety precautions? We give you answer to these and more questions about Zoo Atlanta
Now is the perfect time to get out & see all the amazing book stores in Atlanta & to purchase gifts for your loved ones from independent stores and artists.
Towering nearly 20 stories above Centennial Olympic Park, SkyView Ferris wheel features 42 climate-controlled gondolas providing guests with breathtaking panoramic views of downtown Atlanta. Those…
The Georgia Aquarium houses 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water and more than 100,000 animals including four whale sharks, the largest fish on the planet. It consistently ranks as the best attraction in the state, but is it really worthy of all the accolades?
Here are my recommendations on where to visit, what to do, where to eat and where to stay in Downtown Atlanta.
The best way to get to know a new location, the culture, and the history behind it, is to spend some quality time with the locals. And one of the best ways to do this is to take part in a local tour. With a little poking around you’ll see that these tours are everywhere. Food tours, city tours, beer or wine tours, history tours, ghost tours – the options are legion.