Celebrate Dad! Best Things to Do on Father’s Day in Atlanta
Dads Get in Free:
Dads get in free with the purchase of one regular-price adult or child admission. June 16.
Head to the CNC on Father’s Day – dads and grandfathers get in free. Bring a picnic, enjoy on site programs, walk the Wildlife Walk and the trails. June 16.
All dads receive free admission and free chair massages on the field; the first 100 dads will receive a Home Depot gift card. June 16.
In honor of Father’s Day, receive one free All-Attractions Pass for dad per family with the purchase of one All-Attractions Pass. June 16.
Dads get free admission with a paid children’s admission. June 14-16.
Enjoy dinner and jousting at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in Lawrenceville. Dads receive a free ticket with the purchase of a full-price ticket. June 3-16.
Festivals and Events:
Celebrate Dad with the Music of the Grateful Dead for Kids. Games, rainbow streamers, a giant parachute, and call-and-response songs encourage a love of music and inspire creativity. June 16.
Enjoy a multicultural Father’s Day food tasting celebration, competition for best dishes, tastings and cooking demonstrations. June 16.
Commemorate the end of slavery and explore themes of freedom and family history through activities, immersive museum theatre performances and crafts. June 15-16.
This 3-day festival, commemorating the end of slavery and honoring African-American accomplishments, includes live performances, music, children’s activities, fireworks, celebration of fathers and many other events. Saturday’s Black History Parade is a highlight of the weekend. June 14-16.
Bring a lantern and walk in the “Take it to the River” parade, with interactive heron, dragonfly and alligator lanterns and more. June 15.
Visit one of Atlanta’s many breweries, where Dad can sample a locally crafted pilsner, pale ale or lager. Our list of breweries have family-friendly extras for parents and kids to enjoy.