How to Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend
Summer fun is just around the corner! Try these special events and activities during your Memorial three-day weekend. Also check out our list of 250 Fun Things To Do in Atlanta With Kids for more ideas.
This annual event includes music, posting of colors, a performance of the national anthem, keynote speaker, laying of the wreath, rifle salute and more.
Dunwoody’s Mayor Lynn Deutsch will lead this year’s virtual celebration of Memorial Day.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park co-hosts a Memorial Day tribute with National Park Service with a live ceremony, historic talks, service activities and more.
Browse this online shop for unique art finds and other hand-crafted products from regional and national artisans, locally produced goods from Georgia Grown members and sponsors.
Enjoy a virtual jazz concert every night on Facebook.
Zoo Atlanta has reopened to the public with safety measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including a timed ticketing system.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden in Midtown reopens to the public on May 23, and all guests must have a timed ticket for admission bought in advance online.
Step outside and experience nature –there are so many beautiful places for easy hikes near Atlanta. Try these next time you’re looking for free and cheap fun with the kids.
Enjoy time outdoors and in nature at Georgia State Parks with these kid-friendly hikes.
Head to one of these three animal adventures with drive-thru experiences to get out of the house and view amazing animals.
These strawberry farms near Atlanta have strawberry picking and pickup options for strawberries, jams, pastries, ice cream and more.
There are a variety of mini golf courses around Atlanta that are currently open.