Scarecrows in the Garden is one of the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s beautiful annual exhibits. This event brings local art and incredible artistic scarecrows into the already-enchanting garden. Dozens of creations by local artists, crafters, and more are nestled throughout the garden! And the best part: you can go see them!
What is Scarecrows in the Garden?
Amateurs, ATL artists, families, local businesses, and more all come 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 which begins on October 5th and runs until October 28th!
What are the deets?
Scarecrows in the Garden will be open and ready for viewing from October 6, until October 31 (the garden is closed Mondays).
What else can visitors do?
Scarecrows in the Garden is just one aspect of the Garden’s fall schedule. Every fall, the Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts a spectacular line-up of events and things to do, and this year isn’t any different!
Other highlights on the fall line-up includes their Great Pumpkin-Carving Contest, and as mentioned, Fest-of-Ale, which is a beer fest taking over the gardens throughout October.
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 fall-fun family activities during this fall festival.
For more information on all of their events, check out the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s website!
The Botanical Gardens is located at Piedmont Park, 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, 30309.
Tickets are also on sale for the magical holiday lights extravaganza, all set to take over Atlanta Botanical Garden for the holiday season. The beloved experience has become one of Atlanta’s most loved holiday traditions, with a spectacle of lights transforming the already magical grounds. Expect fan favorites as well as brand new light installations to light up the ATL in its brightest iteration yet. For more information, click the link below.