Mom and Dad are celebrating their 50th anniversary, your daughter just graduated high school, your rad startup job is looking for a holiday party venue…sometimes we need a great place to have an awesome special event. Event venues in Atlanta offer options that run the gamut. Be it an attraction, a brewery, a historic home or a renovated factory, we’ve got the rundown of where to book your next unforgettable soiree.
For the folks who love a good bargain and a hunt for unexpected treasures, the flea markets in Georgia offer an ever-changing shopping experience. You’ll find them in every corner of the state, from multi-acre roadside setups to old churches filled with vending booths and produce stands. Here’s a guide to a few of the Peach State’s best flea-tique offerings.
There are so many wonderful things to do in Alpharetta, Ga …exciting things for date night or for family time… Whether you are looking for a way to play with the kids, explore as a family or re-kindle the romance with the one you love, here is a fantastic Alpharetta Bucket List for your family!
What’s up with indoor skydiving, Atlanta? You are CrAvInG this newest sport!! Especially with the opening of iFly Atlanta in late 2016. We ventured with our kids to check it out, and boy did we have a blast! Here are the details you’ll want to know before you head out to this latest indoor skydiving attraction! Read on so that you know what to expect, where to get a deal, and how to fly like a champ!
A Virtual Tour Of Warhorse Coffee & The Goat Farm in Atlanta.
Southern Belle Farm offers 40+ activities for families, with exciting events every season. Pick Frazier Firs at Christmas, strawberries in spring and more.
Culling the 200+ restaurants in Alpharetta, Ga. to a manageable list isn’t easy, but lots of food choice means lots of great Alpharetta restaurants to fit any craving or occasion.
Long before the world heard of country music singer Luke Bryan’s farm tour, locals and tourists alike were learning about where milk and cheese come…
Bravery. Tragedy. Heroism. Those three words come to mind when I think about the Civil Rights Movement. Things are better…but we still have a long way to go. Why? So we don’t make those same mistakes in the future. We’ve highlighted some of the stops along this regional Civil Rights Trail (along with a few state-specific stops): the brave, the tragic, and the heroic.
You know Henry County, sitting comfortably south of Atlanta. Maybe you’re going to pick berries at Southern Belle Farm or hit up Sandy Ridge Park BMX (both in McDonough)….Well, you’re going to want to eat, too. So we’ve collected a list of the top restaurants in Henry County, by cuisine.
Oakland Cemetery is like a good Irish wake, there is an appropriate amount of reverence, lots of great stories, and a party that celebrates life….
Black history is American history. It is something everyone should learn and not only be relegated to the 28 (or 29) days in February. There are some little known black history facts that help to illustrate the beautiful, brilliant and indisputably useful contributions African Americans have made to the United States and the world. PLUS, places in Georgia (and beyond) where you can learn about other sensational black Americans.
If you take a foodie to Farmview Market, you are probably making a rest stop driving east from Atlanta along I-20. The foodie will notice…
High Museum Membership is geared toward people in all stages of life, from kiddos to seniors, with packages of varying prices. Starting with a General Dual/Family Membership at $110, up to two people and their children or grandchildren, 17 years and younger, can enjoy member benefits and four one-time-use guest passes. Lesli and her family purchased a High Museum membership and adore it – here are the 11 reasons they made that decision.