Free Or Cheap Things To Do in Atlanta

Some of these places are listed below:

• Atlanta Beltline: Explore the Atlanta Beltline on foot or on two wheels. You can stop byany restaurant along the path to refuel and relax. With all the unique neighbourhood shops and restaurants and changing artwork, the Beltline is the best way to stay active in Atlanta.

• Centennial Olympic Park:Pay homage to the Olympic legacy of Atlanta, enjoy in the Fountain of Rings, have a picnic or play on the lush green fields with the Downtown views in every direction.

• Georgia Aquarium:The world-famous Georgia Aquarium is a worth visiting place. Here you can stare in awe at the utter variety of marine life in display, feed the dolphins after their spectacular show or catch a wave from a sea lion. If lucky, you can also go for swimming with the whale sharks.

• Woodruff Park Reading Room:The Woodruff Park Reading Room is one of the best outdoor places to learn. The reading room is situated in the North side of the park and is completely filled with carts of some spectacular books. You can even go for a lunch or attend a reading.

• The Laser show Spectacular In Mountain vision: The Laser show Spectacular is a crazy show of lights and lasers that are projected onto a huge mountain, creating an “awe effect”. The show is free but the parking is chargeable.

• Atlanta’s Children Museum:This is one of the most fun spots in Atlanta for kids.It is an interactive museum that is filled with fun things for the children to do. It is free of cost on every second Tuesday of every month, so you can plan your visit accordingly.

• Little Five Points: Little Five Points has lot ofquirky, fun shops that you can browse around. You don’t have to spend any money, and just soak in the culture.

• Shoot The Hooch:The Chattahoochee River is one of the most relaxing places to cool down after spending your day in the heat of the South.You can bring your own tube and enjoy your time in the River or just sit on the riverbank and enjoy the view.

• Anne Frank Museum:Atlanta too has an Anne Frank museum and it is free of any charge. With over 600 photos along with a 28-minute video about Frank’s life this could be an interesting and educational stop.

• Movies In Central Park:Central Park in Atlanta showcases free movies that are played throughout the summer.Check the schedule of the movies being played and come along with your friends and family.

• Inman Park Festival:The Inman Park Festival takes place once every year at the end of April and has a lot of fun activities to do. A ton of food, markets, events and to top it all off the big parade. Plan your vacation in the last week of April and get a chance to attend this fun-filled festival.