After living in your home city for a little while, one tends to forget about all the surrounding awesomeness. Sure, if a friend or relative comes to visit, you’ll buy admission to the Georgia Aquarium, head to the Dwarf House for Breakfast, or even take a hike up Stone Mountain. But as a local, yearning for something new (and cheap) to do, my brain gets tired. Thankfully, I have a new go-to booklet for all my free things to do in Atlanta.
A few years ago, my friend Sue, created volume one of this book, 100 Free Things to Do in Atlanta, and I ate up every word! That summer, Chase and I dragged Red all over the city in a bucket-list driven voyage of fun. Now you can find even more Atlanta summer activities in a new volume, 101+ Free Things To Do In Atlanta.
Reaching beyond the Perimeter up to Cartersville, south to Colombus, and to day-trip cities I didn’t even know of (and I’ve lived in Atlanta for 20 years!), Lesli and Sue, of 365 Atlanta Family, have created a comprehensive round-up of Atlanta Area Museums, Sports venues, Parks Seasonal offerings, and even special events at local retailers. Together, they have extensive knowledge on how to pack the most free family fun into your days. The purchase cost of the book ($6.99) is well worth the education you’ll get about your home city as well as saving the cost of admission to pricier entertainment elsewhere. You won’t be disappointed!