- The list below includes 276 free or cheap things to do in or near Atlanta, Georgia, including 96 different types of inexpensive activities like Specialty Museums, Parks, Malls and Art Museum.
- From Oakland Cemetery to Piedmont Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Atlanta and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Decatur, Roswell, Alpharetta and Duluth.
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Wine Connoisseur Magazine Atlanta MoreLess Info
Upscale fine art & wine tasting up to 3 hour wine sampling, food & live music
96% 829 votes
248 Oakland Avenue Southeast, Atlanta, GA 30312 MoreLess Info
The garden cemetery known as Oakland Cemetery was founded in 1850. It serves as the final resting place of many Atlanta builders, settlers, and notable citizens like Margaret Mitchell, Maynard Jackson, and Bobby Jones.
94% 1867 votes
1320 Monroe Dr. NE, Atlanta, GA 30306 MoreLess Info
Resting on 185 acres of land is Piedmont Park, which has a botanical garden. Community events are held for most of the year. Facilities include restrooms and various places for refreshments. Activities include swimming, fishing, basketball, and more.
91% 190 votes
210 Briarcliff Road, Atlanta, GA 30303 MoreLess Info
Emory University is an Atlanta-based liberal arts institution that offers more than 70 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs with its schools. Located on campus is a security-fenced CDC compound.
82% 2357 votes
265 Park Ave W NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 MoreLess Info
Built for the 1996 Olympic Games, the Centennial Olympic Park hosts concerts and public events, and has an interactive water fountain designed especially for children. There is a restaurant on the site, called the Googie Burger.
79% 342 votes
17th Street, Atlanta, GA 30363 MoreLess Info
For a unique shopping and entertainment experience, visit Atlantic Station to find great bargains, catch a movie or grab a bite to eat. Set up like an outdoor shopping mall, visitors will find big anchor stores, small boutiques, and more.
82% 91 votes
Berne Street, Atlanta, GA 30303 MoreLess Info
Connecting a neighborhood and recreation area is Grant Park, allowing visitors and residents to enjoy its on-site facilities, such as the zoo, museum, Atlanta's cyclorama, many fields for sports, and areas for picnics.
93% 1977 votes
450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312 MoreLess Info
The home where the Civil Rights leader was born and the church where he preached are found on the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. This attraction is visited annually by more than 500,000 people.
93% 3256 votes
1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 MoreLess Info
There are 19 different gardens at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and one tropical garden filled with small animals, such as turtles, geckos, frogs, and many insects. Special events are held each day in here.
89% 2641 votes
755 Hank Aaron Drive SE, Atlanta, GA 30315 MoreLess Info
With a capacity of almost 50,000 seats, the Turner Field was opened in 2005 and has a museum and hall of fame, 2 restaurants, an arcade games area, and a Coca Cola Skyfield designed especially for children.