Spooky Scarecrows To Take Over The Atlanta Botanical Garden This Fall

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Spooky Scarecrows To Take Over The Atlanta Botanical Garden This Fall

Atlanta Botanical Garden’s fall schedule includes scarecrows created by locals!

Scarecrows in the Garden is Atlanta Botanical Garden’s annual exhibit, bringing local art to the enchanting garden. Dozens of creations by local artists, crafters, youth groups, and more are nestled throughout and around the garden.

Every fall, Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts a spectacular line-up of events and things to do, and this year isn’t any different! Scarecrows in the Garden is just one aspect of their fall schedule.

Amateurs, ATL artists, families, local businesses, etc. All coming together to create their very own scarecrow to be exhibited at the garden. You can even view it at night at their incredible Fest-Of-Ale beer festival.

Other highlights on the fall line-up includes their Great Pumpkin-Carving Contest on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m, and as mentioned, Fest-of-Ale, which is a beer fest taking over the gardens throughout October. Fest-of-Ale will is 5-9pm every night Tuesday to Sunday.


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For a more family friendly day, check out Goblins in the Garden! Show off your child’s Halloween costume, go on a pumpkin hunt and enjoy a few socially-distanced fall family activities during this fall family festival.

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SUPERnatural, the garden’s incredible exhibition taking the ATL by storm, will continue and conclude in the fall. Aerial Art in Motion will be on display through September 19, and Glass Art in Bloom through October 31. For more information on these beautifully immersive exhibitions, click here.

If you can’t wait for Fest-of-Ale, check out the summer alternative before the seasons change. Cocktails in the Garden turns Atlanta Botanical Garden into the hottest cocktail party in the city.

Scarecrows in the Garden will be taking place from September 28, until October 31. The Botanical Gardens is located at Piedmont Park, 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, 30309.

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