Attending the Stone Mountain Pumpkin Festival was the perfect way to kick off a fall staycation in Atlanta.Read More
The quirky Little 5 Points Halloween Parade is best part of the Little Five Points Halloween Festival in Little Five Points Atlanta.
On our way home from Dahlonega, Ga, we stopped at Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze in Dawsonville. The boys were super excited and had been asking about it all weekend. The main attraction is the maze, which is broken up into two sections.
I’m still creeped out by the movie Children of the Corn, but if you like to be scared out in the middle of a corn field, here are five haunted corn mazes near Atlanta.
In my family, you would be better off trying to skip Christmas dinner than one minute of the Stone Mountain Highland Games. Every October we pilgrimage in our kilts and tartans to our beloved Stone Mountain Park for the annual Highland Games and all the Scottish festivities. This year’s event will be held on Oct. 14 – 16, 2016. Over the years, I have seen these games grow into one of largest Scottish heritage events in the United States. Don’t be fooled by the name though; there is so much more than just the traditional Scottish games, as if that were not enough!
When the turkey has been carved, the last piece of pie has been eaten and the adults wake up from a nap, what is there to do in Atlanta on Thanksgiving Day? Beyond hitting the mall or other retail stores? The answer is, a lot. So if you’re going a little stir crazy with the family in town, or you just want to get out and work off a few helpings of stuffing, here what to do on Thanksgiving Day in Atlanta.
The stories on these Atlanta ghost tours don’t have blood and gore, but are filled with just enough macabre to make the hair on the back of your neck stand up.