- The list below includes 261 free or cheap things to do in or near Marietta, Georgia, including 98 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Dog Park and Bowling.
- From Marietta Square to Marietta Confederate Cemetery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Marietta and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Decatur, Roswell and Alpharetta.
Hillcrest Orhcards is a family owned orchard and farmer's market known for its annual Apple Pickin' Jubilee where visitors get to pick their own apples from the orchards. Other attractions here include wagon rides, pig races, a petting zoo and a playground which features a 50 foot slide.
Wilshire Trails Park is an outdoor recreational area in Gainesville, Georgia where you could spend all day long having fun with friends and family. Learn to swim, participate in many types of fitness events such as pilates, zumba, aquatic lessons, and more. You even have the option of renting your own pavilion …
The spacious Reece Apple House is an apple orchard and produce market in Ellijay, Georgia. This family-owned business is a premier destination for apples, cider, confections, preserves and other delicious treats.
3000 Buford Highway, Winder, GA 30680 MoreLess Info
Lead by a local and experienced tour guide, Wine Tasting Journeys provides wine lovers with a unique tour experience. During the tours, guests hike through natural trails learning about wines and wine taste at local vineyards afterwards.
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311 Green St NW, Gainesville, GA 30501 MoreLess Info
Home to six sites, the Friends of Georgia State Park and Historic Sites offers visitors a glimpse in Gainesville history. The grounds include a preserved Civil War battlefield site, Reynold's Mansion, the Lapham-Patterson house, a lodge and two state parks.
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514 Green Street, Northeast, Gainesville, GA 30501 MoreLess Info
The Quinlan Visual Arts Center is a non-profit charitable organization that has the goal of bringing graphic arts to life, and to the life of the community. The organization hosts a summer art camp for children.
Completed in 1999, Wynoma Tyus Park is 164 acres of beautiful landscape. Named after an Olympic gold medallist, the park is a favorite among locals with its 3 acre lake, fountain, 7 soccer fields, 5 baseball diamonds, and batting cages.