If you’re looking for things to do in Atlanta, look no further. With a variety of discounted and free activities, there is something everyone in the family can enjoy.
1. Black History Tour
Take a four-hour guided tour of the city’s most historic sites in the civil rights movement. As the epicenter for Black voices in the 1960s, the tour showcases the city’s rich background and its influence on the most influential figures of the movement. Of the many Atlanta tours available, you won’t want to miss this one.
2. World of Coca-Cola
Learn about the complete process of creating Coca-Cola and its effect on pop culture. Tour the art galleries and enjoy the chance to mix your unique flavor.
3. Guided Segway Tour
Explore scenic neighborhoods by wheel and learn about the history of Atlanta from experienced guides. Enjoy the warm Georgia weather while you get to know the city.
4. Georgia Aquarium
Walk below sharks, manta rays, fish, stingrays, and more! The aquarium is home to an abundance of sea life and creatures from the deep.
5. Centennial Olympic Park
In addition to being a beautiful spot for a picnic, the 21-acre park in the heart of downtown constantly has free attractions running.
6. Zoo Atlanta
Take the whole family out to one of the most popular Atlanta attractions and see over 1000 animals. The zoo has unique exhibits like twin giant pandas, one of only four zoos in the country to have the species on-site.
7. CDC Museum
Watch detective work and science collide as you tour through one of Atlanta’s most unique attractions. With free admission and parking, the CDC museum is a fun activity for the whole family.
8. High Museum of Art
In the crux of downtown Atlanta, the High Museum is home to a distinguished collection of over 17,000 pieces. With free admission on the second Sunday of every month and every day for kids under 6, a walk through the gallery is a great way to spend a rainy day in Atlanta.
9. Midtown Food Tour
As one of the country’s most food-oriented cities, Atlanta has a diverse array of cuisines. This tour will provide a taste of midtown’s finest options in a small group setting.
10. Kennesaw Mountain
If you’re looking for something a little outside the city, check out Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. As a key battleground in the Civil War, Kennesaw Mountain is steeped in history and folklore. Learn all about it while enjoying the natural landscape.