Museums in Atlanta

Atlanta is steeped deep in American history. In fact, most of us think of the Civil War when the history of this large capital city of Georgia is brought to mind. It’s true that during that war Atlanta served as a crucial railway and military supply hub. In 1864, it was invaded by the Union […]

Family Attractions in Atlanta

A trip to Atlanta is an excellent way to bond with your family and take in all that this magnificent city has to offer. Atlanta can be an expensive city to visit, so we’ve included a few free attractions on our list just to make your family trip to Atlanta more budget friendly. Georgia Aquarium […]

Top Landmarks in Atlanta

For a young city, Atlanta has a lot of history and landmarks. Perhaps the city brings to mind the Civil War, especially because of Margaret Mitchell’s “Gone With the Wind.” The movie by the same name premiered in Atlanta in 1939. We also remember this city at a hub of the Civil Rights Movement where […]

Historic Landmarks in Atlanta

Atlanta is a city that has a long storied history and is full of sites that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Whether you’re just visiting or a local, it seems like there is always something new and interesting to explore amongst the historic landmarks in Atlanta.

Spas in Atlanta

Anyone who’s ever driven through the city of Atlanta probably understands the need for relaxation in this city, just the stress of the traffic alone can drain you. So if you’re in the Atlanta area why not check out some of their incredible spas. Your best bet is to schedule your spa visit to coincide […]

Atlanta Golf Courses

Built on a hilly former Civil War battlefield, one of the chief virtues of the Alfred Tup Holmes Golf Course is its location–10 minutes from the airport and close to downtown. The par 72, 18-hole public course opened in 1940. It was renovated last year and has a a course rating of 69.9 and a […]