Things To Do

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA is hosting an event this summer in celebration of International Whale Shark Day.

According to their website, all day long on August 30th there will be a series of special activities taking place throughout the day dedicated to the gentle giants. All of the activities will be included with the price of general admission.

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With only a couple of days left to celebrate Pride Month, we found great events if you're in the budget-friendly crowd, or looking for more toned-down activities. These local spots in Atlanta are sure to keep your pockets lean and allow you to make new memories.

Atlanta Braves Pride night will take place on June 22 at Truist Park as they take on the San Franciso Giants at 7:20 p.m. Now, based on the package chosen, you can show your pride for as little as $30.

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You can take brunch in Atlanta to the next level with this luxury floating brunch service. This one-of-a-kind experience is making a splash in the Atlanta pool scene.

Floating Brunch ATL will bring an assorted platter of your favorite breakfast and brunch items for you to enjoy in the pool.

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The Georgia Aquarium is the only place in the United States where you can see some of the biggest sharks in the world.

The Ocean Voyager gallery is home to four giant whale sharks, the largest known fish to ever inhabit the ocean.

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These gardens outside of Atlanta feature over a dozen vibrant galleries, and an expansive meadow of wildflowers.

Gibbs Gardens in Cherokee County, GA is one of the U.S.'s largest residential gardens. The property spans across 376 acres, just an hour north of Atlanta.

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Summer is quickly approaching, meaning it's time to grab your adventure buddy and plan a trip somewhere in the great state of Georgia.

The Peach State is absolutely stacked with fantastic romantic getaway opportunities, and this list will show you where to find them.

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Atlanta nightlife is anything but dull: the Big Peach is even known for its ever-growing restaurant scene and swanky celebrity hang-outs. Midtown Beach Club is giving 'Hotlanta' residents a place to cool down this summer while still keeping things fun. You can swim against the skyline at this celebrity hot spot.

Located on the rooftop of Domaine Nightclub, Midtown Beach Club hosts lively pop-up parties that look straight out of a music video. This season's "soft opening" weekend launched on April 23 and sold out.

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Helen, GA is an eccentric vacation "German town" that's perfect for locals looking for a unique weekend getaway. Between Alpine architecture and bites, lush vineyards, and beautiful hiking trails, fun awaits every type of traveler.

If you're looking to beat a heatwave with a family-friendly activity, there's no better escape than tubing down a lazy river. This spot in Helen is an affordable pick for a lazy river day.

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Atlanta is known for her rich culture, vibrant urban spaces, and celebrity-studded restaurants and bars. Whether you're visiting Atlanta, or consider yourself a local expert, there are some sites you don't want to miss.

Narcity has curated a list of the best post-worthy gems The Big Peach has to offer. These iconic spots are the perfect backdrop for your Instagram feed. Whether you're in the mood for a coffee or a cocktail, or are looking to unwind and spend some time in the nature, there is a destination for everyone.

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You can brunch on the wild side with your favorite person this Mother's Day at Zoo Atlanta for their first-ever celebration brunch in the Savanna Hall.

The kids won't have to cook Mom brunch this year — the zoo has you covered while you dine on a robust brunch buffet, including spicy red pepper and cheddar frittatas, or a succulent prime rib, all paired with mimosas and bloody marys.

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Georgia Aquarium's adult-only event, 'Sips Under The Sea,' is back on May 13. The largest aquarium in the U.S. draws large crowds daily, as visitors from all over the world file through the aquarium's impressive exhibits.

But this exclusive night could appeal to adult patrons wishing to avoid the hustle and bustle of daily operations. Guests 21+ can take in the wonders of the underwater tunnel of the Ocean Voyager exhibit without having to navigate through throngs of strollers.

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The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta draws in visitors from across the globe to take in its breathtaking exhibits and interactive shows. But the aquarium also hosts some after-hours fun for guests looking for a unique way to experience some maritime magic.

Visitors aged 7 and up can enjoy 'Sleep Under The Sea' sleepovers that are held regularly at The Georgia Aquarium. While this is a popular event for families, you can also attend adults-only nights for people aged over 21 years old.

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