6 Best Things to Do in Atlanta When You Are On a Budget



Atlanta serves many people with the beautiful life that they deserve to travel. With several buildings and magnificent architecture capturing the eye of many visitors and several tourist sites as a source of entertainment, there are a lot of things to do in Atlanta. While many people consider this as a toll on the pocket and an expense on the budget, there are many things that you can do for free.

Budget-friendly locations are undoubtedly the most popular ones and once you are in the aura of visiting this fantastic Georgian capital, do whatever it takes to have a free day. Eat, see and do activities for free and have the time of your life without diving deep in your wallet.

Top Best Things to do in Atlanta when you are on a budget

No money? No problem!

Here’s what you need to do

1. Art Walk in Atlanta

Art Walk in Atlanta
via: Condé Nast Traveler

During the first Thursday and second Friday of the month, Atlanta offers a free art walk at the Castleberry Hill Art Stroll. The event takes place by introducing people to various art galleries in Atlanta. They allow visitors to take a stroll through various art galleries in Atlanta. The final art walk comprises of Castleberry Hill that represents the history and artwork of this famous district.

This is a fantastic way to get in contact with the momentous history of Atlanta. Not only this but, you will also find yourself wandering in some new and unexplored areas.

2. Olympic Park

Olympic Park Atlanta
via: Flickr/ Lee Coursey

The Olympic Park is a 21-acre park that acts as a living legacy of the Olympic Games that were hosted in 1996. Except for the history of the place, there is a lot to do and have fun. Don’t worry about what you will be spending in the park because all the activities, including lunch, music, and concerts, are free.

Every Wednesday the park hosts a mini-concert with a talented local musician; this is the time when you have to pay $5 upon entrance. Don’t forget to visit the beautiful Fountain of Rings when you are there.

3. Woodruff Park

Woodruff Park Atlanta
via: Wikicommons

Woodruff Park offers a lot of things to do within the boundaries that enclose this park. They do not charge you anything for all the fun activities like book-reading and indoor games. Value the newly opened “open-air” reading room that is readily open for the public from the start of blooming spring in April and continues to be available till the rustic autumn in October.

Indoor games like chess and table tennis are also available. Still, if you are looking to have a quiet time, this place is perfect for reading your favorite novel with a view (perfect for your Instagram!) Every Wednesday, the park caters to a free yoga class.

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4. Atlanta Beltline

Atlanta Beltline
via: High Line Network

The newest outdoor area in Atlanta features more than 21 miles of abandoned railways around the center of town. Here you’ll notice some parks and green spaces, a skate park and many walks through the diverse communities of Atlanta. The Beltline is free to explore, and the activity schedule is filled with free wellness, meditation and walking tours.

The area is covered with markets and eateries but if you want to explore Atlanta at its finest, don’t forget to jump on the bus that drops you right outside the Beltline.

5. Atlanta Contemporary Art Gallery

Atlanta Contemporary Art Gallery
via: Burnaway

Free art and culture by regional, national and international artists in the Atlanta Contemporary Art Gallery holds six to ten exhibits annually. After 2015, access to the gallery is available. Bonus: When you remain in town on a Thursday, you can go to an exhibition and attend a special event or show in the museum, called Modern Cocktails. The entrance is free, but a cash bar serving drinks every week requires another regional bartender.

6. Brewery Tour

Brewery Tour in Atlanta
via: Eater Atlanta

Get yourself drowning in some of the best booze in the city or even the state! Throughout Georgia, there are many craft breweries so that beer lovers can taste their local produce throughout a few ways. Almost all of these tours are inexpensive and cost approximately $12, but that means five or more samples of around 36 ounces, including a pint glass of souvenir. The Second Self Brewery, the red hair pub, and Monday night brewing are some of the divisions to be tried out.

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Conclusion

There are a lot of things to do in Atlanta while you are there. In case you have a watch at your pocket, or you are looking forward to having a great time at the naturally exquisite sites in Atlanta, then there are a lot of places that can cater to your needs. While you are there, make sure that you make the best of your time by spending very little to nothing.



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