- The list below includes 320 free or cheap things to do in or near Sandy Springs, Georgia, including 98 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Specialty Museums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Parks.
- From Morgan Falls Overlook Park to Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Sandy Springs and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Decatur, Roswell and Alpharetta.
Paint Nite 3330 Cobb Parkway Northwest, Acworth, GA MoreLess Info
Paint Nite invites guests to break away from a typical night out with the perfect cocktail of creativity and conversation.
91% 66 votes
200 Morgan Falls Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30350 MoreLess Info
Morgan Falls Overlook Park is a park that began its creation in 2008. Park amenities include a boat dock/fishing pier, a children's playground, a one mile hiking trail, picnic pavilions and restrooms.
95% 116 votes
1978 Island Ford Parkway, Sandy Springs, GA 30350 MoreLess Info
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area abounds in recreation activities such as boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking and more, in Chattahoochee River. The area, with its multiple trails, also provides acess to numerous 19th-century historic sites and Native American archaeological sites.
95% 22 votes
5920 Roswell Road - Suite 209, Sandy Springs, GA 30328 MoreLess Info
Anne Frank in the World is a museum dedicated to the World War II era, Anne Frank in particular. The museum contains over 600 photographs and more than 8,000 words of information on the subject.
80% 5 votes
6075 Sandy Springs Circle, Sandy Springs, GA 30330 MoreLess Info
With changing galleries of exhibits on historical, seasonal, and current events, the Wiliams-Payne House Museum offers a detailed look at the Sandy Springs area. Artifacts are displayed and traveling exhibits from other museums are shown.
80% 5 votes
6075 Sandy Springs Circle, Sandy Springs, GA 30328 MoreLess Info
Specializing in local history, the Heritage Sandy Springs Museum hosts a variety of programs with topics ranging from Civil War history to popular music. They also maintain permanent and themed seasonal collections of historic artifacts and crafts.
Over 100 acres of land compose Brook Run Park, which is considered to be one of the most well-equipped parks in the community. It offers a children's adventure garden playground, skate park, dog park, and multi-use fields.
Featuring full stadium seating and digital projection, the GTC Merchants Walk Cinema is a movie theater that offers visitors the opportunity to view the latest released films. Other amenities include 3-D capabilities, online ticketing, and matinee specials.
Covering 127 acres, Chattahoochee Nature Center is popular among wildlife watchers for its variety of animals. The local residents are mostly animals which were rescued from life-threatening situations and which didn't manage to adapt to wilderness again.