When the turkey has been carved, the last piece of pie has been eaten and the adults wake up from a nap, what is there to do in Atlanta on Thanksgiving Day? Beyond hitting the mall or other retail stores? The answer is, a lot. So if you’re going a little stir crazy with the family in town, or you just want to get out and work off a few helpings of stuffing, here are some active things to do on Thanksgiving Day in Atlanta.Read More
The quirky Little Five Points Halloween Parade is the best part of the Little Five Points Halloween Festival in Atlanta. It’s held earlier in October than you might think, so read on for the date, then come early for the festival to get in the spirit and for great photos!
I’m still creeped out by the movie Children of the Corn, but if you like to be scared out in the middle of a corn field, here are five haunted corn mazes near Atlanta.
If there is one thing you need to experience when Halloween season rolls around, it’s the Haunted Houses in Atlanta. Whether you’re looking for a place scary for yourself or the kids, these haunted houses in Atlanta, GA are sure to make you jump out of your skin every time.
It’s Fall Ya’ll! Looking for the best-of-the-best things to do in Atlanta and all of Georgia this season? The weather is just perfect, the leaves are putting on a show, the holiday season is coming…Here are dozens of my favorite ways to celebrate this time of year in and around Atlanta, and throughout Georgia.
Wondering, “Where can I watch the football game tonight in Atlanta?” Here’s a list of restaurants and the college/professional football teams they show on TV.
On our way home from Dahlonega, Ga, we stopped at Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze in Dawsonville. The boys were super excited and had been asking about it all weekend. The main attraction is the maze, which is broken up into two sections.