20+ Not-to-Miss November Events
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This annual event and fundraiser features musical performances benefiting the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Through Dec. 1.
This beloved musical tells the story of a governess who serves the seven Von Trapp children. Through Dec. 19.
See if Sherlock Holmes can determine who killed Sir Charles Baskerville in this fast-paced comedy mystery. Through Dec. 19.
In 1996, the High commissioned photographers from across the world to capture the spirit of the American South, and this exhibition celebrates the project’s 25th anniversary. Through Feb. 6.
Go snow tubing, practice skating on the ice rink, enjoy carnival rides, make snow angels, and taste delicious s’mores and hot chocolate. Through Feb. 27.
Join more than 30 giant moving dinosaurs in a walk-thru safari on a globetrotting expedition to see tons of prehistoric creatures from the Age of Reptiles. Through April 8.
This family-friendly festival will have live entertainment, games, artists, hayrides, a petting zoo and more. Nov. 6.
Investigate what it’s like to be a scientist as you talk one-on-one with scientists, participate in hands-on activities, watch live animal encounters, play games and more. Nov. 6.
Learn more about the ways the Cherokee people live with plants, crafts and discussion. Nov. 6.
Enjoy music, dance performances, family activities and more. Nov. 6.
Enjoy food, music, games and performers with this carnival atmosphere. Nov. 6.
Enjoy 30 food booths, a beer garden, children’s activities and two entertainment stages. Nov. 6.
Enjoy fine arts and crafts, a children’s area, food trucks and local musicians. Nov. 6-7.
See classic trains and model layouts, go on train rides and more. Nov. 6-7.
Enjoy the cooler fall weather while listening to local bands, creating arts and crafts and tasting snacks. Nov. 7.
Kids can flex their physical fitness with a completion-based obstacle course designed to challenge speed, strength, agility and overall physical fitness. Nov. 7.
Enjoy a performance from the Atlanta Dance Company, meet the characters, have some snacks, make crafts, and listen to a storytime. Nov. 7.
View 175 classic cars, listen to music, and participate in giveaways. Nov. 7.
Try out new and classic exhilarating rides and interactive games, eat funnel cakes, enjoy live entertainment and more. Through Nov. 7.
Spend the evening learning about animals in your own backyard while also roaming the Zoo to explore and observe animals from around the world. Nov. 12.
Enjoy fall and farm activities, including a petting zoo, pioneer crafts, an apple scavenger hunt, vintage farm tools and more. Nov. 13.
Enjoy a day of family fun and vehicles, including police cars, SWAT trucks, military vehicles and more. Nov. 13.
Enjoy free admission to view exhibits, hear music and see dances. Nov. 14.
Come face to face with Egyptian mummies, Greek Gods, Hindu deities, African masks and artifacts from the Americas to connect with different cultures. Nov. 19.
This annual event celebrates the spirit of Thanksgiving. Nov. 19.
Shop artisans selling homemade and handcrafted creations, and enjoy live music, games, food and more. Nov. 19.
Explore the theme of books with crafts and activities to take home. Nov. 20.
From the Center for Puppetry Arts, learn basic health and safety tips from two intergalactic characters. Nov. 20.
Connect with nature and enjoy naturalist-led activities. Nov. 22-24.
View miniature train displays featuring a 1950’s drive-in theater, a Christmas Village, a Thomas the Tank Engine and more. Nov. 22-27.