Wishing you all a wonderful Women’s History Month!
Women’s History Month is an annual celebration of the accomplishments and contributions from women in history. With Atlanta being such an influential city, make sure you celebrate and honor Women’s History Month, with a few of these exciting things to do in the ATL.
1-4. Check out the best exhibitions, perfect for Women’s History Month
Take a look back on Atlanta’s history with the suffragette movement, or witness women-focused art exhibits in the A. There are so many incredible exhibitions in Atlanta at the moment, perfect for visiting this Women’s History Month. Check out a few recommendations below, or click here for the full round-up.
- New Worlds, Atlanta Contemporary
- Monir Farmanfarmaian: A Mirror Garden
- Orchid Daze, The Atlanta Botanical Garden
- Madame Gres: The Art of Draping, SCAD FASH
5. Experience an enchanting Candlelight concert devoted to the best women in music
From Beyonce to Taylor Swift, Adele to Natalie Cole, Candlelight honor the best in music and entertainment with beautiful concerts, completely engulfed in flickering candlelight. Click here to see what’s on offer this month, and beyond!
6-9. Support Atlanta’s women-owned businesses
Atlanta’s home to a wealth of women-owned businesses. From the best in health and beauty to bookshops, sensational restaurants to home décor. Check out some recommendations below, or you can check-out our full round-up, here.
- The Village Retail Market – Ponce City Market
- For Keeps Bookstore – Sweet Auburn
- Star Provisions Market & Cafe – Blandtown
- Finca to Filter – West End
10. Visit new powerful mural on Ponce for International Women’s Day
Last year on International Women’s Day 2022, the Mayor of Atlanta unveiled a new mural in Midtown Atlanta. Painted by local artist Sarah Neuburger, the mural represents the impact that meaningful information has on women, their families and their communities. You also don’t want to miss this mural in Freedom Park, dedicated to Women’s History. To check out what’s on offer throughout A-Town, visit Atlanta Street Art Map to curate your own tour!
11-14. Eat out at some of the incredible women-owned restaurants in Atlanta
A great way to honor Women’s History Month is supporting local women-owned restaurants. With an extensive collection of cuisines, there’s something for every palate! Check out some recommendations below, or have a look through our full round-up.
- Monkey 68 – Roswell
- Slutty Vegan – Multiple locations
- Twisted Soul – Blandtown
- Anna’s BBQ – Kirkwood
15. Pay a visit to the South’s oldest feminist bookstore
Charis Books and More specialize in diverse and unique books on feminism, tackling issues faced by women on the daily. Located in Decatur, there are children’s books, feminist, and cultural studies books, books on anti-racism, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer fiction/non-fiction. Click here for more information.