100 Days of Summer: Week 4
Movies Under the Stars
Catch a new release at these drive-in experiences, or head to a city park for a movie night. Find more free movie series here.
- The StarLight Drive-In
- Plaza Theatre
- The Springs Cinema & Taphouse
- Avenue East Cobb’s Summer Movie Series
- Atlantic Station’s Screen on the Green
Make an Escape
Put your problem-solving skills to the test with these themed challenges. Find more escape rooms here.
- Breakout Games’ themes put you in the role of an undercover detective in Undercover Alley, freeing the passengers in Runaway Train, finding stolen art in Museum Heist and more.
- Find the artifact that will save the planet, solve the case and prove your innocence, regain control of a submarine, disarm a nuclear bomb, or find treasure in a castle with Project: Escape’s rooms.
- The Escape Game’s themes include Prison Break, Special Ops: Mysterious Market, Gold Rush, Playground and The Heist to find items and solve challenges.
- Urban Escape Games has 10 different scenarios, including The King’s Treasure, an escape room built for kids to solve puzzles and do activities.
- Cobb County PARKS’ The Emporium asks you to solve the mystery behind the owner of the local Emporium’s disappearance, as you step up to run the business in his place.
Behind the Scenes
Metro Atlanta provides the backdrop to amazing movies and TV shows. See sites from “The Vampire Diaries,” “The Walking Dead,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “Sweet Home Alabama” and more.
- Southern Hollywood Film Tour
- Walkin’ Dead Tours & Events
- Georgia Tour Co
- Vampire Stalkers Mystic Falls Tours
Up in the Clouds
Soar high in a plane or hot air balloon.
- Soar over Atlanta’s notable attractions and get a bird’s-eye-view with Biplane Rides Over Atlanta.
- Magic Carpet Ride Balloon Adventures offer hot air balloon rides over the entire metro area, and they may even be able to fly you from your own property.
- Balloon Atlanta offers private rides for two or shared rides for three or more for views of Alpharetta, Marietta, Canton, Roswell and Cartersville.
Kids can learn about history and explore the outdoors at parks and historic sites in Georgia as they work toward earning 59 different site-specific Junior Ranger badges. Inside each Junior Ranger Activity Book there are missions to complete for badges at each park.