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Experience Fright Fest 2015 at Six Flags Over Georgia

Fright Fest 2015 at Six Flags over Georgia is an adrenaline pumping; mind warping, risk-taking and high-speed smorgasbord for fun lovers of all ages. The event begins September 26 and continues through November 1, 2015. As the skies darken each night, the park converts into a frightening exper ...

3 Ways to Relax This Summer on Tranquil Lake Lanier

The 38,000 acre lake built by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers was named for poet Sidney Lanier. While the main purpose of the lake may be flood control for Atlanta, the states of Georgia, Florida and Alabama fight for water rights. Lake Lanier may be easily reached by traveling I-85 North from Atla ...

April Showers Bring May Flowers and Fun Activities

April showers have left behind gorgeous May flowers blooming this spring in Atlanta. Along with the array of gorgeous flowers, Atlanta delivers comfortable temperatures, which is perfect weather to enjoy the exciting activities planned for the month. To the amazement of citizens and visitors alike, ...

Drama Disembarks in Atlanta May 2015

Enjoy the thrill of Broadway in Atlanta during the month of May 2015. Atlanta is only a hop, skip or jump away from many southern states. Tourists that live further away may have saved some frequent flyer miles for a three day weekend in Atlanta. The average weather conditions in Atlanta during the ...

2015 Georgia Renaissance Festival in Atlanta

The Georgia Renaissance Festival is an outdoor drama set in a 16th century European village. In addition to the drama, circus performers entertain visitors. Visitors dressed as knights just might become acquainted with a fair maiden at the festival. Guests enjoy shopping for arts and crafts fr ...

Atlanta's Oldest Cultural Attraction

The oldest cultural attraction in Atlanta began in 1889. The owner of a traveling show was forced into bankruptcy due to cash flow problems. George Valentine Gress, a local businessman, purchased the animals at auction and donated the animals to the city of Atlanta. City officials moved the animals ...

Explore Stone Mountain Park at Christmas

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year to visit Atlanta’s Stone Mountain Park for “A Southern Christmas.” There will be holiday greetings of good cheer, two million lights twinkling, hot chocolate brewing, Christmas carols and visits from holiday characters as Stone Moun ...

Adrenaline Pumping Rollercoasters at Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia located in Atlanta is currently home to eleven adrenaline pumping rollercoasters. Insider information reveals that a twelfth coaster will be opening sometime in 2015 called, The Joker Chaos Coaster. Six Flags is a southern smorgasbord for the daredevil rollercoaster enthusias ...