Incorporated in 1976, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is a non-profit organization that stands as a gem in the heart of Midtown. With a mission “to develop and maintain plant collections for the purposes of display, education, conservation, research and enjoyment,” this top tourist attraction offers a wide array of exhibits, classes and events for visitors of all ages.
With a monthly rotation of[...]
When making vacation plans, it's easy to forget the many attractions located in your backyard. The metro Atlanta area offers an endless array of fun activities, ranging from world-famous attractions and water parks to educational opportunities. Consider taking a day or weekend trip to one of our favorite Atlanta staycation destinations to entertain kids, visiting family or for a personal[...]
Add a little brightness to the holiday season by visiting the Garden Lights, Holiday Nights event at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Now through January 15, 2022, celebrate 11 years of beautiful lights and stunning botanical sights with a festive twist.
Voted Best Garden Lights by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in 2020, this annual event is a holiday season favorite. A fun, immersive activity for the family to[...]
On the weekends and on holidays, Atlanta families are always looking for ways to spend more time outside of their Atlanta real estate. Luckily for you, the great state of Georgia has many outdoor adventures to offer. Whether you want a leisurely stroll through a garden, a water-based voyage or an aerial view of the scenery, one of these top[...]
Fall into the season with festive events at the Atlanta Botanical Garden! Atlanta residents and out-of-town visitors will have a fang-tastic time at events this season such as Scarecrows in the Garden, Fest-of-Ale and SUPERnatural: Art in Motion, Glass Art in Bloom.
Since its opening in 1976, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is the jewel of Atlanta culture. The thirty acres of[...]
From baking cookies to watching A Christmas Story, we all have traditions that make the holidays special. For metro Atlanta residents, there are even more opportunities to create holiday memories with special events available throughout the city and its suburbs.
Today, Traton Homes shares a list of magical holiday fun that you won’t want to miss this year.
Celebrating its 55th[...]
While it may not quite be Thanksgiving yet, many local attractions are already getting into the holiday spirit. One such attraction located within walking distance of our Midtown condos, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, will open Garden Lights, Holiday Nights for the season on Friday, November 15.
Garden Lights, Holiday Nights will run nightly from 5 to 10 p.m. on November 15[...]
If you haven't heard by now, Ogre-tober is officially underway at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens! This is your final chance to see Ogre and his friends from the Imaginary Worlds living sculptures exhibit while also having fall fun at the Garden! Here's a look at what you have to look forward to:
Scarecrows in the Garden: Explore the more than[...]
For many Atlanta residents, the sweetest sounds of summer come from the Concerts in the Garden series at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and this year's line-up is sure to continue the tradition.
Here's a look at what is planned for summer 2013:
Sunday, June 21-Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo ($54)
Friday, June 28-The B-52s ($59.50)
Friday, July 12-The Carolina Chocolate Drops[...]
Why spend the winter months indoors when you can celebrate the merriment of the holidays with fun-filled Atlanta events and activities for the entire family at the Atlanta Botanical Garden's Holidays in the Garden from now until Jan. 2?
From model trains and a children’s train ride to delightful dressed doggies and elegant high teas, Holidays in the Gardens combines popular[...]