Spring into an amazing April with these unforgettable things to do in Atlanta
The days are getting longer and brighter, Atlanta. So we’d better fill our days up accordingly with these incredible things to do in the city this month. And with spring in full bloom, Atlanta is about to become even more vibrant with an array of events and entertainment right on our doorstep.
1. Try to solve this crazy Mystery with friends and family
Check out this one-of-a-kind mystery experience in Atlanta. The Soulful Mystery Experience will take guests on a theatrical and immersive experience. You and your friends will enjoy mimosas (bottomless optional) while attempting to solve a case of who dun it?!
Check out this mystery brunch here
2. Check out Fever’s latest immersive experience: Art of the Brick Immersive Experience
The latest immersive experience lets guests explore how one million LEGO® bricks have been turned into more than 70 sculptures. Experience moving artwork and 360-degree projections. This immersive experience hits Atlanta later this month.Grab tickets here!
3-7. Enjoy an Easter Meal at any of these delicious restaurants
Easter is a major holiday that has folks gathering to spend time with family and friends. Easter egg hunts galore and even more exciting, FOOD. A few of Atlanta’s fav restaurants are offering Easter meal specials. There will be Easter dinners and brunches to attend all over town. Check out any one of these spots that are hosting Easter meal specials this month
- 5 Church Midtown & 5 Church Buckhead
- The Southern Gentleman
- Ocean & Acre
- Rays on the River
8-11. Check out some of the coolest Candlelight concerts in town
Whether you’re looking for a romantic night out with your significant other or just looking for some unique vibes with friends, Fever Candlelight concerts have you covered. Check out some of these unique and vibey experiences.
- Candlelight: A Tribute to The Queen and More
- Candlelight: Favorite Anime Themes
- Candlelight: Neosoul and Hip-Hop Favorites
- Candlelight: A Tribute to Coldplay
12. The fair is still in town!
Yep! The annual Atlanta fair held at Turner Field is still in town. Experience Enjoy thrilling rides, fun games, and mouth-watering fair food. Delicious funnel cakes, hamburgers, hot dogs and all the quintessential fair food is something guests will be enjoying all spring!
13-17. Enjoy drinks and great food at one of Atlanta’s many patios and rooftops
Warmer weather, longer days, and gorgeous sunsets mean cool cocktails and happy hours on some of our favorite patios. So many different places are offering new menus for Atlantans to experience as the season changes. Here are a few that give great vibes and the perfect jumpstart to summer.
- Rooftop LOA
- Virtue Rooftop
- Southern Belle
- 5 Church Midtown
18-22. Take a stroll through any of these gorgeous gardens in Georgia
Take advantage of the turning weather and grab some friends and head to the nearest park or garden to enjoy the bloom. Atlanta as well as other cities OTP have gorgeous fields of flowers to enjoy, especially in the spring and summer months. Here are a few of our favorites.
- Atlanta Botanical Garden
- Callaway Resorts & Garden
- Gibbs Garden
- State Botanical Garden of Georgia, Athens
- Hills and Dales Estate, La Grange
23-25. Stroll through some of the annual festivals coming back to Atlanta
Atlanta is such a melting pot of people, that there are tons of festivals thrown every year that fits anyone’s vibe. Some of the best festivals in the city take place during the warmer months coming up, so take a look at a few of Atlanta’s fav shows coming back to spin the block.
- Atlanta Dogwood Festival (April 14)
- SweetWater 420 Festival (April 22)
- Festival on Ponce at Olmstead Linear Park (April 1-2)
26-29. Check out some of these art exhibits in town this month
Atlanta is a hotbed of artists and entrepreneurs so it should come as no surprise that we have a ton of exhibits to visit. No matter the medium Atlanta has it! Check out some of the current exhibits in town:
- Claude Monet Exhibit
- The High Museum of Art
30-35. Enjoy the views from any of these local hiking trails
Warmer temps mean more time spent outdoors and Atlanta has some of the best views. This city has managed to retain a metropolis-like feel while still having enough greenery to feel connected to nature. Experience some of the best views Georgia has to offer at any of these hiking spots!
- Stone Mountain
- Pine Mountain Trail
- Sope Creek Trail
- Sweetwater Creek Park
- Kennesaw Mountain Trails