Home to some of the most amazing & unique attractions. Atlanta is the best place to spend your time whether you’re off for a family trip, romantic vacation, or an all-inclusive holiday. As the home to many landmarks, national brands, and museums, there’s an amazing variety of things to do in metro-Atlanta. Although finding affordable things to do in metro-Atlanta can be a very hard task, but to keep your outing in metro Atlanta as wallet-friendly as possible, follow this guide.
Start with the Starlight Drive-In Theatre which has been entertaining Atlantans since 1950s. With a ticket price of only $1 for kids and $9 for adults, its a great way to enjoy the Georgia’s warm weather while watching amazing movies with even greater company. You can save even more, by avoiding the snack bar and bringing your own food and drinks.
The High Museum of Art is another great place to have fun, but know this isn’t a cheap outing especially for a large family, as it will cost about $58 before tax for a family of four but in order to save money you should visit on a Friday as the tickets are half price after 4 p.m. Also on the third Friday of each month, the museum is open until 10 p.m for the Friday Night Music Remix which features concerts from various genres artists, from bluegrass and Latin music to jazz and blues.
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If you have ever wanted to go inside the Atlanta United or Atlanta Falcons locker room, you’re in luck. The $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium has recently tapped into the city’s strong tourism heritage to make it a year-round destination and increase revenue. Experience its signature features including stops at the field, locker rooms, Skybridges, Window to the City, and 100 Yard Club.
For those who love classical literature, a trip to the Margaret Mitchell House home (author of the famed Gone With the Wind) is a great, affordable way to spend an afternoon. And for those who love science, a trip to the Fernbank Science Center will be a great way to spend an afternoon because it’s completely free for both adults and children. However, you would have to buy tickets to the planetarium shows but even still they are very affordable and are worth every penny.
A classic Atlanta attraction, visiting World of Coca-Cola is a surefire way to begin your day before exploring other nearby parts of the city. If you love classic shows and musicians then visiting Fox Theatre is a must, a truly gem of the city it provides its audience with an experience which rivals that of Broadway.
With 1200 species of exotic and domestic animals, it’s hard to believe the Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary self-guided tour is completely free. Visiting Atlanta State Farmers Market (largest outdoor farmer’s market) is another great affordable way to spend a Saturday afternoon with your family.