This weekend grab your friends and check out a great movie:
TOP 10 MOVIES
If you're looking for some new family activities since school started check these out:
Go apple picking
Every weekend through October
Have fun Apple picking at one of these three nearby orchards. Enjoy apple cider and bring home your favorite apple baked goods. Hillcrest Orchards hosts the Apple Pickin' Jubilee on fall weekends through October. In addition to apple picking, enjoy a petting zoo, wagon rides, festival food and more.
See beautiful fall foliage
Take a day trip to North Georgia and zip line through the trees with North Georgia Canopy Toursor take a tour on the Blue Ridge Scenic Train. If you're in town for awhile, here is where to find fall color in Atlanta. On weekends in November, paddle along the river at Chattahoochee Nature Center during the Fall Colors River Tour. You must register by Oct. 30, and it's the last chance to paddle until April 2017.
September - November
Take a class at Atlanta African Dance and Drum Festival, they also have music and movement workshops, an African inspired craft market, food vendors, a kids’ camp, and a finale concert at Covenant House Georgia.
Have a family photo session
Everyday through fall
It’s time to start thinking about your holiday cards and the annual family photos. Here are six beautiful fall photo locations in Atlanta.
These discount ticket prices include all taxes and fees.
- Aquarium + CNN + Coca-Cola + museums or zoo
- Gone with the Wind Museum
- The King Center
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
If you love to read and you know it, then this is where you want to be this weekend.
- The Taste of Soul is free to attend and supplies classic soul food (such as ribs, fried chicken, grilled shrimp and peach cobbler) as well as soul music and R&B. Sept 2.
- House in the Park infuses Grant Park with amazing house music every Labor Day, so grab your dancing shoes (and a tent and barbecue if you want) and enjoy. Free. Sept 3.
- The Yellow Daisy Festival Sept 7-10
features more than 400 vendors of arts and crafts and offers live music, a children’s corner and a sports den along the paths at Stone Mountain Park. Free except parking.