Atlanta’s blooming with incredible things to do this month!
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 for a blooming fabulous March! Here are fifty unmissable things to do across the ATL this month:
1. Honor & Celebrate Women’s History Month
There’s so much going on for Women’s History Month in Atlanta. And not only is it this very important month, but International Women’s Day falls on March 8 with so many things happening around the city. From local women-owned businesses to art (Freedom Park mural pictured above), keep your eyes peeled for everything Women’s History Month on Secret Atlanta.
2. Step inside iconic masterpieces at Claude Monet: The Immersive Experience
If you haven’t yet experienced the mind-bending immersive experience devoted to Claude Monet, then this is your sign to do so. Experience the impressionist painter’s work like never before, as you’re able to see his most famous paintings come to life thanks to ground breaking immersion. Click here to get your tickets to the exhibit, or the link below.
Tickets: Impress with impressionism at this must-see Monet exhibit in Atlanta
3. Sip, shop, and eat at this pop-up market in Atlanta
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. Check out this magical Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon
For eight days from the 17th of March, the city’s International Cherry Blossom Festival will return for its annual celebration of spring. The Georgian city will celebrate the return of almost 350,000 cherry blossom trees in full-bloom.
5. Enjoy some themed cocktails at this epic Pirate adventure docking in the A
This March, an interactive show and immersive cocktail experience is coming to the ATL. Sip on themed cocktails and go on a boozy adventure with mysterious tales from some of the world’s most legendary Pirates. Click here for more information and tickets, or click the link below.
Tickets: Don’t miss this unmissable cocktail experience popping up in the A this month!
6. Witness the larger-than-life trolls that’ve transformed the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Giant trolls are wreaking a little havoc at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, in the form of a spectacular exhibition created by the renowned recycling artist Thomas Dambo. Several giant sculptures have been scattered around the gardens, making it another unmissable exhibit from the adored Piedmont Park attraction.
7-11. 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 and jazz, check out a few recommendations below, or the full line-up of dazzling Candlelight concerts here.
- Candlelight: Legends of R&B Songs by D’Angelo, Jill Scott, and more!
- Candlelight: A Tribute to Taylor Swift – Atlanta
- Candlelight: The Best of Frank Sinatra & Nat King Cole
- Candlelight: Tribute to Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and more
12. Become spellbound at this enchanting Harry Potter exhibit
If you’re a fan of the Wizarding World, then you do not want to miss this magical Harry Potter exhibition on display in Downtown Atlanta. Ending on April 16, this is your last full month to witness this immersive exhibit devoted to all things HP. For more information and tickets, click here to visit their website.
13. Visit this incredible exhibit of woman-identifying, Georgia connected artists
This all-new exhibition has opened at the Atlanta Contemporary. Made up of art created by woman-identifying, Georgia connected artists, it’s the perfect outing to take this Women’s History Month. Click here for more information on the exhibition.
14. Have a blooming lovely day at 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.
15-19. Support women-owned restaurants
It’s Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day this March, making it the perfect time to support women-owned businesses. Check out a few restaurant recommendations below, or the full-round up here.
- Slutty Vegan – Multiple locations
- Monkey 68 – Roswell
- Twisted Soul – Blandtown
- Buttermilk Kitchen – North Buckhead
- Anna’s BBQ – Kirkwood
20. Go on an epic bar crawl around Atlanta for St. Patrick’s Day
Experience some of the best bars and pubs that Atlanta has to offer this St. Patrick’s Day. Kick things off at Publik Draft House, before heading to the iconic Fado Irish Pub, and more. Click here to reserve your spot on this awesome bar crawl.
21-24. Atlanta’s incredible craft breweries
As well as St. Patrick’s Day, it’s Georgia Beer Day this month (March 4), so 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 Leap Craft Beverages – Downtown Atlanta
- Wild Heaven Brewery – West End
- Hippin’ Hop Brewery – East Atlanta Village, and more
- New Realm Brewing – Common Ground
25-29. 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 – Trilith
- Brave + Kind Bookshop – Decatur
- ZuCot Gallery – Downtown Atlanta
- The Busy Bee Cafe – Downtown Atlanta
- The Beehive – Edgewood
30. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Rock City
Another fantastic offering if you’re looking for something fun to do to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. A road trip to Rock City is extra special during this time of year as they turn their enchanting waterfall green and offer an array of activities. Don’t miss out y’all! Click here for more info.
31-34. Get merry at 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
35. See botanical art and murals collide at this stunning exhibition
Another offering from the Atlanta Botanical Garden is their annual Orchid Daze exhibit, which combines different orchids with an art form. This year’s theme is murals and street art, with spectacular installations currently on display.
36. Treat yourself to a movie at AMC this month
There’s a great selection of movies on offer at the silver screen at the moment. Head out to the movie theatre and catch a flick, from Cocaine Bear to the new Super Mario movie! Click here to get your tickets.
37. Go wild and visit Grant Park’s beloved Zoo Atlanta
Come face-to-face with fascinating animals at A-Town’s wildest attraction Zoo Atlanta. From lions and pandas, to flamingos and elephants, walk the beautiful grounds and discover an amazing array of species from the natural world. Click her to get your tickets for Zoo Atlanta, or click the link below.
Tickets: Go completely wild with a visit to Zoo Atlanta this March!
38-41. 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.
- Decadent Chocolate Truffles Class – Underwood Hills
- The Garden Room – Buckhead
- Lucian Books & Wine – Buckhead
- The Painted Duck – Home Park
42. Support 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.
43-46. Enjoy a feast at the beloved Krog Street Market
We recently rounded up some of our favorite eats at Krog Street Market. Turn it into the ultimate foodie bucket list this March and eat out at one of Atlanta’s many food halls. Click here for the full round-up.
- Soul: Food & Culture
- Gu’s Dumplings
- Jai Ho Indian Kitchen
47. Support Black-owned businesses at the New 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. The New Black Wall Street Market is perfect place to visit as Black History Month comes to an end, as well as throughout the year.
48. Witness the largest daffodil display in the U.S., only an hour’s drive away from Atlanta
Did you know that Georgia is home to the largest daffodil display in the United States? Walk among over two million blooms and bulbs at this magical botanical display. Located at Gibbs Gardens, the display is only around an hour or so away from the city.
49. Delve into the world of hip hop at this fascinating exhibition at MODA
Close to the Edge: The Birth of Hip-Hop Architecture is now on display at Atlanta’s MODA. From street art to music, the exhibit explores everything there is to do with the cultural movement that is hip hop. Click here for more information on the exhibit.
50. Head to the High Museum of Art for this gorgeous mirror garden
There’s a gorgeous exhibition of geometric mirror sculptures on display at the High Museum of Art. Monir Farmanfarmaian: A Mirror Garden exhibits work by the artist, and it’s a must if you’re an art-lover in the ATL.