Atlanta is a city filled with history, unique experiences, and tons of fun. Visiting a big city like Atlanta can sometimes take a toll on your wallet, but don’t fret, we’ve put together a list of Cheap Things To Do in Atlanta. City living can also get pretty pricey! Staying at one of our extended stay hotels in Atlanta, GA can help keep more money in your pocket so you can explore the city! Stay longer, save, and enjoy all the comforts of home. We offer apartment style amenities like in-room kitchens, high-speed internet, living areas, and more storage.
This park has become a historic spot in Atlanta since the 1996 Summer Olympics. This 21-acre park has sights, sounds and eateries all around for you to enjoy. Download the free Audio Walking Tour on your phone and explore. Participate in the Atlanta Scavenger Hunt Adventure, only $10 per ticket, where the park and surrounding area is your game board. In June you can enjoy the free Music At Noon lunchtime music series, or Wednesday WindDown Music Series in the evenings for $5 a ticket!
Lay the seat back and get the ultimate drive-in experience at Starlight Drive-in Theatre! For just $9 (adult) and $1 (kids 5-9), the whole family can watch a double feature on the big screen. This drive-in also features a snack bar with all candies, popcorn, drinks, and tacos (yes, tacos!) you can eat. Check out their site for latest showings.
2000 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316 | (404) 627-5786
If you’re looking to shop and eat all day long, look no further than the Krog Street Market. This 1920’s style market has some of the best local fares and unique shops in the city. Open Monday through Thursday, from 7 am to 9 pm, Friday, from 7 am to 10 pm, Saturday, from 8 am to 10 pm, and Sunday, from 8 am to 9 pm. Some of their shops and restaurants include Fred’s Meat & Bread, The Collective, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Mama, Pho Nam, The Merchant, Varuni Napoli, and so many others!
99 Krog Street, Atlanta, GA 30307 | (770) 434-2400
Every second Friday of the month, the Castleberry Hill Art Stroll takes locals and visitors alike on a free tour of the neighborhood. This self-guided tour allows its participants to enjoy free art viewings, discounts on restaurants and more! Need more information or a map? Visit the Castleberry Hill Facebook Page or 180 Walker St in front of Bottle Rocket the evening of the stroll.
Take a ride on a glass elevator to Level 72 of The Westin Peachtree Plaza and get a 360-view of Atlanta in all its glory! Adults are $8 and children 6-12 are $4, admission includes a ride on the elevator and time on the observatory level where you can capture the most breathtaking photos! Hours are from 10 am until closing, staff asks that you call (404) 589-7506 in advance to confirm accessibility.
210 Peachtree Rd, NW, Atlanta, GA 30303 | (404) 589-7506
The Atlanta BeltLine is a 22-mile corridor of trails and parks for locals and visitors to use freely. The beltline includes 7 parks, including a skatepark, and 7 trails all with multiple access points throughout Atlanta. Each park and trail has its own hours, routes, and access points; for more information and maps see the beltline website.