It’s time to get ready for Spring, Atlanta!
The days are getting longer and it would be rude not to fill them accordingly! Luckily, Atlanta has many exciting things to do this month. March is Women’s History Month. So along with International Women’s Day, we’ll be reunited with Spring and St. Patrick’s Day!
There are so many events and things on offer, we’ve curated this list to avoid any overload.
1. Honor & Celebrate Women’s History Month
There’s so much going on for Women’s History Month in Atlanta. Not only is it this very important month, but International Women’s Day falls on March 8. There’s so much you could do, including supporting Women-owned restaurants, and some of the special goings on to honor the month. From Atlanta’s International Women’s Day Summit, to getting the kids involved at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Keep your eyes peeled for everything Women’s History Month on Secret Atlanta.
The anticipated exhibition taking over Pullman Yards is finally upon us. Imagine Picasso: The Immersive Experience opens up on March 17, allowing Atlantans to step into the world and works of the Spanish master of modern art, Pablo Picasso. Click the link below for more information and tickets.
Sip Shop Eat! is a unique shopping experience celebrating all the best in food, style and drinks! SSE weekends feature up to 25+ brands, handcrafted drinks, a Nailbar, tarot readings, and more. Click here to reserve your spot!
4. Macon’s International Cherry Blossom Festival
For eight days from the 18th of March, the city’s International Cherry Blossom Festival will return for its annual celebration of spring. Click here for more information on this stunning festival.
5-8. The enchanting Candlelight concerts
If you’ve never experienced the magical Candlelight concerts, then this is your sign to definitely check one out this March, or return if there’s a evening that suits your taste. And considering there are concert’s dedicated to anything and everything, from rock n’ roll legends to pop royalty, check out a few recommendations below, or the full line-up of dazzling Candlelight concerts here.
- Candlelight: Classic Rock on Strings
- Candlelight: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons & More
- Candlelight: A Tribute To ABBA
- Candlelight Jazz: Celebrating Billie Holiday & Amy Winehouse
This month, last year’s hit immersive exhibition will re-open its doors in a brand-new spectacular venue, with a redesigned state of the art Van Gogh show that will be larger, more colorful, and even more immersive. Click the link below for more information on, and tickets for Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience.
10. Visit Callaway Gardens’ Spring FlowerFest
There’s no better way to celebrate the return of spring than paying a visit to Callaway Gardens for their Spring FlowerFest. With more than a million blooms, explore endless fields of flowers and new whimsical topiaries blooming sky high! It’s the perfect place to take in the beautiful changes of the season.
It’s Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day this March, making it the perfect time to support female-owned businesses. Check out a few recommendations below, or the full-round up here.
- Monkey 68 – Roswell
- Twisted Soul – Blandtown
- Buttermilk Kitchen – North Buckhead
- Slutty Vegan – Edgewood, and more!
Tantalize your taste buds at this sensual three-course-meal, where your sense of sight temporarily vanishes. Scientifically proven to heighten your sense of taste, don’t miss out on this unique dining experience in Atlanta. Click here to reserve your spot.
16. Georgia Beer Day
It’s March which means Georgia Beer Day is back! Celebrate by supporting our local breweries, some of which, you’ll find below. For more information on Georgia Beer Day, click here.
Considering it’s Georgia Beer Day this month, why don’t you go and check out some of the ATL’s best breweries? Check out a few below, or our full round-up here.
- Wild Heaven Brewery – West End
- Hippin’ Hop Brewery – East Atlanta Village
- New Realm Brewing – Common Ground
20. Orchid Daze at Atlanta Botanical Garden
There’s an exciting new exhibition at the Atlanta Botanical Garden that’s blooming marvelous. Combining botanical art with sculpture, Orchid Daze is the perfect way to swing into spring. Click here for more information.
21. Festival on Ponce
The springtime festival is back, and it’s a must-visit for those into arts and crafts. Taking over the historic Olmsted Linear Park, it’ll boast over 125 displays of fine arts and crafts, folk and outsider art. Click here for more information.
22-24. Support Black-owned Atlanta
Black History Month may have just ended, but that doesn’t mean the influx of support for Black-owned businesses should stop. Luckily, we complied this round-up of brilliant Black-owned businesses in Atlanta so you can keep the support going all year round.
- Nourish + Bloom – The world’s first Black-owned autonomous grocery market in Trilith
- Brave + Kind Bookshop – Books in Decatur
- Pin & Proper – Football and bowling collide at this unique gaming center in Grant Park
25-26. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
There’s so much going on in and around Atlanta for St. Patrick’s Day. Head to Rock City for their epic celebration, where they turn their enchanting waterfall green and host their annual Shamrock City. For something a little closer to home, the St. Patrick’s Day parade is a great way to get into the spirit of St. Paddy’s Day.
27-30. Atlanta’s favorite Irish pubs
Speaking of St. Patrick’s Day, there’s no better way to celebrate than at an Irish pub. Check out a few recommendations below, or our full round-up here.
- Fado Irish Pub – Buckhead & Midtown
- Olde Blind Dog Irish Pub – Brookhaven & Milton
- Meehan’s Public House – Peachtree
- Mac McGee – Roswell
Get ready to nerd out at the anticipated return of The Atlanta Science Festival. Hundreds of events will be taking over the city in this two week celebration of science, nature, technology, and beyond! Click here for more information.
32-35. Unique dining experiences in Atlanta
From crafty cocktails to robot waiters, here are some of the best crazy ideas that became a reality in Atlanta. Click here for the full round-up, or check out this month’s recommendations below.
- Dinner Detective – Murder mystery with dinner in Sandy Springs
- The Garden Room – Floral wonderland with incredible cocktails in Buckhead
- Lucian Books & Wine – Book and wine shop with killer seasonal menu
- The Painted Duck – Vintage games with gorgeous interiors, cocktails and bar bites
36-37. The High Museum of Art
This is what’s happening at the High Museum of Art that we recommend this month. It’s your last chance to check out The Obama Portraits Tour, and their new exhibition, What is Left Unspoken, Love will open towards the end of the month. Click the links below for more information.
- The Obama Portraits Tour – on display until March 20
- What is Left Unspoken, Love – on display from March 25 until August
Plan the perfect April by getting your tickets for Monet: The Immersive Experience, opening up in Atlanta very soon. This 360º digital art exhibition invites you to step into the world of the French painter Claude Monet. For more information and tickets, click the link below.
38. Check out the feminist bookstore, Charis Books & More
Considering it’s Women’s History Month, why not stock up on reading material from Charis Books & More? Click here for more information on the historic feminist bookstore.
39. This creative candle-making workshop
Time to get creative at this Sip & Smell candle making experience! You will be guided through the process of making your very own 8-oz or 9-oz candle using a vegan candle wax and an assortment of fragrances such as floral scents, baking goods, or woodsy aromas. Click here to reserve your spot for March’s workshop.
40. The Atlanta Fair
The Atlanta Fair is back this March, so get ready for a rip roaring time with the best fairground rides, deep fried oreos, and more. Click here for more information on The Atlanta Fair, returning on March 4th at the Old Turner Field at Central Ave SW & Ralph David Abernathy Blvd.
41-44. Georgia’s Natural Wonders
Even though Georgia has an official list of Natural Wonders, we thought we’d round-up some of our favorites that our stunning Peach State has to offer. Check out some recommendations below, or the full round-up here.
- Amicalola Falls
- Providence Canyon
- Tallulah Gorge
- Radium Springs
45. The Barbie Truck Malibu Tour
For one day only, the Barbie Truck Totally Throwback Malibu Tour will make a pitstop at Atlantic Station. Expect totally tubular exclusive merch that you can’t get anywhere else, perfect if you’re a fan of Barbie. Click here for more information.
46. Visit Black Wall Street Market
This special marketplace in Stonecrest has a mission to increase the size and number of minority and women-owned businesses throughout the United States, and across the globe. Click here for more information on this inspiring market.
47-49. Best sunset spots in and around Atlanta
The days are getting longer and brighter, making it the perfect time to go outside and take in Georgia’s gorgeous nature. We recently rounded up our favorite spots to watch the sunset. Check out a few recommendations below, or click here for the full round-up.
- Stone Mountain Park
- Atlanta’s best rooftop bars & restaurants
- Arabia Mountain
50. Check out the Spirit of 17 mural project
17 ATL trailblazered have been honored in mural form by Atlantan artists, all curated by Atlanta United. For more information on this incredible mural project taking over the city, click here.