Need to pinch a penny? Looking for free things to do in Atlanta, around the metro and in the mountains? Did we miss your favorite? Let us know! You can rent a Zagster bike for up to three hours for free.
Take a ride to explore the Big Creek Greenway or the alfresco shopping and dining districts. There are a plethora of FREE activities to keep your crew entertained! Explore the exhibits at the Alpharetta Arts Center and several arts galleries around town. Nearly every weekend lends itself to free festivals and events. Stroll four arboretums and geocache for treasures.
Activities include family festivals, art-making, interactive musical story times, composers-in-training sessions, instrument making, drop-in acting classes and more. GA State Capitol - You can see great artifacts from the state even a two headed cow! Check with your local library for full terms and conditions. The Breman Museum.
Patrons can now check out a Breman Family Pass from any of the public libraries in Georgia. This is a great place to let some energy out. Woodruff Park Reading Room. The Woodruff Park Reading Room is an awesome outdoor place to learn. The reading room is in the North side of the park and is filled with carts of awesome books. Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum. This is one is an educational stop. Learn all about the Federal Reserve, what they do, and how they control the money supply.
Also see the importance a federal reserve system. A great place for kids. Want to discover Atlanta's best hangouts with a scavenger hunt? These six inch doors guide you through ATL's neighborhoods and attractions and reflect the city's creative vibes. All Rights Reserved. Army Infantryman in securing the freedoms we all enjoy. Visit Chick-fil-A, Whole Foods, fire stations and more. Register at kidsskatefree.
Each center sets its own hours and skate rental is not included. Bowling — During the summer, kids ages 15 and younger can play two free games on select days of the week. Visit kidsbowlfree. Whether you bring a professional camera to test out different lighting techniques or your iPhone on a selfie stick, the view is unmatchable on any lens.
Pack a picnic and enjoy your dinner on the giant lawn during the show. Remember to bring a football or Frisbee to throw around beforehand while you enjoy the beautiful Georgia spring , summer or fall. Need a brush-up lesson in civics? Spend a day taking a free tour of the Georgia State Capitol. Admission is free. Photo: Michael Stokes via Flickr.
Each week, the run club will take on a different trail, through October 29, Head to Fernbank Science Center not to be confused with the admission-charging Fernbank Muesum of Natural Science for talks, documentaries, and planetarium shows. Photo: Terren in Virginia via Flickr. Great suggestions especially for those that like to organize itinerary months prior. Bery detailed and worth visiting!