Atlanta has always been a music city, and the best way to get your groove on is by oscillating between stages on a sunny afternoon at one of the many Atlanta music festivals. We’ve pulled together metro Atlanta’s best music festivals, and have the scoop on what you can expect.
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Hidden treasures are the best part of traveling, and the small towns in Georgia are riddled with secret finds. Here are 13 of the best small towns in Georgia to visit this year.
If you are like me, you love to wander on foot to explore a new city. There are lots of walkable neighborhoods in Nashville, some…
Looking for a great outdoor activity to enjoy with the whole family…in the SNOW?! Then look no further than these awesome snow tubing facilities in North Carolina!
There are so many wonderful vacation destinations to explore, that sometimes we forget the ones in our own backyard.
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…
Down a sleepy roadway off I-75, past a former movie set, and tucked into the Piedmont National Forest is Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site. The…
My husband is an avid golfer, but not a huge traveler. I on the other hand, am a traveler, but not a golfer. We compiled this list of the top golf resorts in Georgia to satisfy both his quest for the perfect game, and my wanderlust.
Looking for a way to get out of the house on Christmas Day with your family? These 15+ activities for your kids, even for teenagers, will give you a Christmas you’ll always remember. If you are staying home for the holidays or in town visiting family in Atlanta, these ideas are great! After opening gifts, head out to enjoy the rest of the day!
Have you been to Snow Mountain Ga? We love tubing at Snow Mountain within Stone Mountain Park, where every day is a snow day. You don’t have to wait for mother nature to enjoy some wintertime fun. Snow Mountain Ga is especially fun for younger kids or those who have never seen snow. It’s also fun for those Southerners who don’t normally get to play in the snow. There are lots of different activities from tubing to building snowmen to s’mores.
Last year I did a post on where to find Santa in Atlanta. A reader asked where to find the best African American Santa Claus in Atlanta. Since we didn’t know, we turned to our community on Facebook and they did not disappoint.
Whether you use your own elf, or you prefer Elf on the Shelf, mischievous ideas like these will help you survive the holiday season! I resisted welcoming elves into our home for years, but now that they are here, I have to admit, they can be kind of fun.
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…
Nothing gets you into the holiday spirit like millions of twinkling lights set to holiday music! We’ve got a comprehensive list of places to see beautiful Christmas light displays near Atlanta.
Pictures with the Bass Pro Shops Santa are free, but this year you need to make advance reservations online. We have all the details!