Atlanta Botanical Gardens / Photo by Jason Getz

Fall weather means scarecrows – and they’re making appearances all over Atlanta! Here’s our roundup of places to see unique scarecrows and celebrate autumn. Plus, get creative and make your own with these directions on How to Make a Scarecrow.

Looking for more autumn fun? Find more not-to-miss events in Atlanta Parent’s Guide to 2020 Atlanta Fall Festivals and Fairs.

You’ll find plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween  – at-home activities, virtual events and events around town – in our Guide to Halloween Events.

Scarecrows Return to the Square at McDonough Square

Take a walk through the square to glimpse local businesses’ scarecrow displays. Oct. 1-31.

Scarecrows on Main in Kennesaw

See the creative scarecrow display from families, neighborhoods, organizations, businesses and more. Oct. 1-31.

Scarecrows In The Square at Glover Park

Stroll through the park to view the amazing scarecrow displays from local organizations, businesses and schools in this annual contest. Oct. 1-31.

Scarecrows in the Garden at Atlanta Botanical Garden

View scarecrows handcrafted by businesses, individuals, schools and organizations on display throughout the garden. Oct. 1-Nov. 1.

Scarecrow Harvest at Brooke Street Park

More than 100 scarecrows line the streets. Oct. 5-Nov. 1.

Acworth Scarecrow Parade

See downtown Acworth decorated for the fall season with themed “Totally 80s” scarecrows. Oct. 5-Nov. 6.

Hartwell Scarecrow Bash

Wander through downtown to see these decorative scarecrows. Oct. 1-31.

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