So, Halloween is right around the corner and one way or the other everyone is looking forward to making the best of this holiday. Atlanta completely supports the decision of everyone having fun at Halloween. Hence, there are a lot of events in the city that comprise of fun things to do in Atlanta.
While you are trick or treating in the rustic autumn of the great Atlanta Georgia, have a great time at the festivals
The vibe of Halloween is incomplete without the addition of a pumpkin. The pumpkin festival becomes even more extravagant following the motto of being bigger and better each year. The festival starts from the first time the day till the sun is down. Start off the day with a carnival that can be extremely entertaining for your kids. Dance Party, Parade, displays of pumpkins, eat yourself until you are stuffed with all the pied you can take in and not to forget the classic tales told by the famous mother goose. Enjoy the festival with a complete Halloween Vibe.
When: 22nd September 2019
Where: Stone Mountain Park, 1000 Robert E. Lee Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
Comprising if monsters and all the effects that are needed to make a haunted house can be found here. Giving the best service in what they do, the Netherworld has been rated as one of the best-haunted houses in the States. Explore the haunted houses and solve the puzzles and quizzes that are left there for you people to try before the game comes to an end. If you are really looking for an enthralling and scary venture this Halloween, the Netherworld will not disappoint you!
When: Every Friday: 5:30 pm – 11:00 pm, Every Saturday: 3:30 pm – 11:00 pm and Every Sunday: 3:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: 2076 West Park Place Blvd Stone Mountain, GA 30087
5 Point Halloween Parade
This is probably one of the biggest and most awaited events of the entire season. The Little 5-point Halloween Parade invites the people who are celebrating to come and rock this Halloween and have the best time of their life. People can come in with costumes or can purchase them on their way. You can have lunch and enjoy a diverse range of food.
When: 12 pm – 10 pm
Where: Little 5 Points Community Center, 1083 Austin Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30307.
What better way to celebrate the spookiest event of the year than to have a fun-filled scavenger and tour of an actual cemetery? Learn about one of the most impactful and popular cemeteries of the USA. The place was founded in the mid-1800s and is one of the legendary places in the city. The cemetery is the final home for golden age celebrities like Margret Mitchell and Maynard Jackson.
Find yourself exploring the history of the place with a guided tour and experience the beauty of sedated gardens across the place.
When: Saturdays and Sunday from 6:30 pm
Where: Historic Oakland Foundation, 248 Oakland Ave, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Are you and your family looking for something exciting and refreshing for the Halloween Holiday season? Well, look no further. The search ends here with the best Halloween adventure plan for the families out there. It is a little less scary but more adventurous and charitable event as a fundraiser for CNC.
When: 18th and 19th October from 7pm –10 pm
25th and 26th October from 7pm – 10 pm
Where: Chattahoochee Nature Center, 9135 Willeo Road, Roswell, GA 30075
An event is never complete without drinks and music. Halloween demands special arrangements for this purpose and hence, that is why Atlanta Spirit comes in for business. Indulge yourself in handcrafted cocktails and grab a bite of deliciousness while grooving on the beats played by DJs and International Artists of music.
When: 30th October 2019 from 5:00 pm till 11:00 pm
Where: District Atlanta, 269 Armour Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30324
The holiday lantern parade has been consistently being conducted from the past 9 years. Black Sheep, giant, goblins and huge puppets surround the area while you take a walk with the lanterns. The lanterns are available at the spot at a fair rate of 20$ but the transaction is cash only. Enjoy dance and move to the rhythm of the beats played by Dj Tabone right after the parade.
When: 25th October 2019
Where: Grant Park 800 Cherokee Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30315
The most memorable Halloween of your life!
While you are in Atlanta, you will certainly not be bored on the day of Halloween as the place has so much to offer people who are there for a mere visit or a simply residing in the city. There are certainly more fun things to do in Atlanta this Halloween as the events keep getting bigger and better!
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