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, use our easy guide to make your own scarecrow – click here for instructions.

For a full listing of Atlanta’s not-to-miss fall festivals and fairs, click here.

Scarecrows in the Garden

Atlanta Botanical Garden. View dozens of creative scarecrows handcrafted by businesses, individuals, schools and organizations on display throughout the garden. Through Nov. 3.

Scarecrows on the Square

Marietta Square. Scarecrows from area schools, clubs and non-profits are on display throughout Glover Park in the city’s historic square. Through Oct. 31.

Scarecrows Return to the Square

McDonough Square. Walk through McDonough’s Square to see scarecrow displays created by families and local businesses. Through Oct. 31.

Squarecrows on the Square

Gainesville. A collection of scarecrows designed by local groups and businesses are on display. The best design will win the title of Best Squarecrow 2019. Oct. 14-31.

Scarecrow Trail and Pumpkin Fest

North Georgia Zoo. The Zoo is transformed with unique scarecrows and fall decorations. Pumpkin patch, hayrides, wildlife walk and wool jump. Weekends in October.

 

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