Culture Experience Art Pop Up is a new interactive exhibit, customized to the city of Atlanta.
After a turbulent few months during which it was closed due to the coronavirus pandemic and then suffered damage following protests in downtown Atlanta, the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame is back open to the general public.
Classic car museum Miles Through Time has moved from Toccoa to Clarkesville, doubling its space and becoming a nonprofit.
After closing down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, Helen’s famed Georgia Mountain Coaster is back open — which means those screams you hear coming from the North Georgia are probably thrill-seekers taking a fast and furious ride down the mountain.
Georgia Aquarium is officially back open to visitors, having welcomed in members starting last Saturday and the general public on Monday.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind place to explore here at home? The Odd's End is Metro Atlanta's neighborhood curiosity shop -- filled with strange stock from around the world.
The University of North Georgia is reaching for the stars with its latest project, a brand-new North Georgia Astronomical Observatory — and right now, all systems are “go” for a summer completion date.
Zoo Atlanta is back open to the public, but visitors will notice some new safety measures in place due to the coronavirus pandemic.
It would usually take more than one day to enjoy authentic Greek pastries, Italian sandwiches, and Israeli delicacies — and it would certainly require a passport. But thanks to a new concept in Dunwoody, visitors can easily take a culinary tour of the world, without ever leaving the city’s limits.
Several of North Georgia’s top tourist attractions are beginning to welcome back visitors — and that includes the popular Bicycle Tours of Atlanta.
Ask anyone to name some farm animals, and you’ll hear the expected answers: pigs, cows, chickens, goats, etc. But at one Snellville farm, there’s a unique addition to the list — and it’s one that might just provide the “escape” your family’s been looking for.
After being shut down for a little more than two months, one of Atlanta’s top attractions is preparing to re-open to the general public this weekend.
The hospitality group which manages five of Georgia’s State Parks & Lodges is reopening various operations at the properties starting today, including lodging at three of the state parks and restaurants at two parks here in North Georgia.
Atlanta's MomoCon is shifting to virtual offerings this year, presenting four full days of free online events for fans.
It helped drivers navigate their way through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for several years -- so where did the giant airport clock go? We sent the SKYFOX Drone out to find it!
Chattanooga's Tennessee Aquarium offers virtual programming, allowing budding scientists to explore the wonders of nature right in their own backyard.
Atlanta's College Football Hall of Fame may be closed to visitors right now, but it's finding new ways to show off its fascinating collection to fans around the world.
Georgia Aquarium may closed to the public right now, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty of activity happening inside.
List of tourist locations and events in Atlanta that have been closed or canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
One of Georgia's most unique state parks undergoes a colorful transition this time of year, as the rare plant diamorpha begins to turn vivid red.