Secret Atlanta wants to help you make the most of your free time! We put out “Don’t miss” weekend plans and news for you each week, so you’ll always catch an incredible event or story. Here’s a summary of things that happened last week, and still going on now.
Time to start planning for your next free day!
1. Plan the perfect springtime season in Atlanta!
We’ve just dropped our seasonal round-up of unmissable things to do in A-Town. Since spring is in full swing, you can expect gorgeous botanical displays, outdoor exhibitions, and so much more. As well as that, the days are only getting longer so it’s time to fill them up accordingly. Click here for the full spring round-up.
2. Visit this world-famous LEGO® Art Exhibition now open in Atlanta
You can now venture to the Exhibition Hub, Atlanta Art Center, to experience an art exhibit that showcases 70+ impressive and never-seen-before LEGO® sculptures. What’s more is that this exhibit, which has stunned over 10 million guests around the globe, will also showcase 360° projection installations for the first time!
3. Check out the newest exhibit at The College Football Hall Of Fame
The South is serious about their sports. Whether football, basketball, or soccer we don’t play and we ride for our teams hard. There is even a shrine of sorts downtown called The College Football Hall of Fame. The CFHF houses a 45-yard indoor football field, and more than 50 engaging and interactive exhibits. The latest exhibit to be added to this shrine downtown is “The Art of College Football”.
4. Check out the latest eco-friendly bar open on the beltline this weekend
Atlanta’s Beltline has continued to expand over the years and now the west side of it is flourishing more than ever. New businesses, homes, restaurants, and bars are making a name for themselves with the expansion. And the latest bar set to hit the west side is not only environmentally conscious but also super cute!Staying on brand with the theme, the new hotspot will be called SolarBar.
Step back in time at this pre-historic exhibit
Until now, the imposing beasts have been in school manuals, science documentaries, series, and films like the incredible Jurassic World franchise. On May 26, you’ll get to interact with them face-to-face, staring into the ferocious eyes of the Jurassic’s most hair-raising creatures and meeting adorable baby dinos like Bumpy from Camp Cretaceous.