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In celebration of the Downtown Daffodil Project's 240,000 bulb plantings, the month of March is dedicated to daffodil-themed special events and programs. Share your photos on Instagram using #DowntownDaffodils, and we'll repost our favorite shots.

Daffodil Programs

Daffodil Day at Oakland Cemetery, March 11. 
Enjoy a day in Oakland’s Victorian gardens with guided walks, garden presentations, a cut flower display, dialogue with local daffodil and gardens experts, and a craft and story time area for kids. This program is in partnership with the Georgia Daffodil Society.

SPARK Saturday at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, March 11.
March’s #SPARKSaturday celebrates women’s contributions to the world! There will be an opportunity for youth to plant a daffodil in remembrance of someone special from 1 PM to 2 PM in the Special Events Room on the first floor, in addition to hearing a book reading in the garden.


Daffodil Promotions

Daffy Hour
Enjoy after-work food and drink specials with friends and colleagues before or after taking in the daffodils.

Daffodil Dinners
Savor daffodil-inspired menus at Downtown dining establishments.

Daffodil Days
Make a weekend out of the Celebration and enjoy special rates at select Downtown hotels.


Daffodil Experiences

Take a Tour of the Daffodils
Print out our online map of the daffodil locations and bike, walk or enjoy an Atlanta Streetcar Experience around Downtown to view the astounding display of over 240,000 daffodils in bloom.

Daffy Hour Bike Ride with Civil Bikes & Relay Bike Share, March 16.
Civil Bikes and Relay Bike Share are teaming up to lead a Daffy Hour bike ride to view the daffodils and savor a few of these dining specials. Bring your own bike, or check out a Relay bike, and gather at the north end of Woodruff Park (by the Commute Loot vending machine) at 6:00 p.m.


Daffodil Locations

Use our interactive map to plan your tour and find Downtown restaurants, shops and attractions near the daffodil locations.


Sponsored by

Partners

Central Atlanta Progress and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District
Am Yisrael Chai
Center for Civil and Human Rights
City of Atlanta Department of Parks & Recreation


Learn more about the Downtown Daffodil Project