We've got 5 easy ideas of how to enjoy Downtown in person or from home this holiday weekend. And whatever you decide to do, remember to keep it safe, keep it small, and #MaskUpGA!
Make a timed ticket reservation, grab your mask, and visit a Centennial Park District attraction. Great news: the National Center for Civil and Human Rights reopens today, September 4.
See the full list of open Centennial Park District businesses.
Take a break from cooking and order a meal from a Downtown restaurant. See our restaurant listing.
Did you know that Atlanta Breakfast Club's second location, on Auburn Avenue, celebrates its grand opening this Saturday, September 5? Event details
Log in and experience a virtual event like Dragon Con or a magic show by Atlanta Magic Theater. Magician Peter Morrison was recently profiled by Fox 5 Atlanta.
Take a tour. Book an experience with ATL-Cruzers, Unexpected Atlanta Walking Tours, Bicycle Tours of Atlanta, and/or visit ATL1000 to enjoy a self-guided tour of the city's murals.
Make it a cozy staycation by booking a stay at a center city hotel. Great news: The Candler Hotel celebrated its reopening this week.
See our interactive map of Downtown hotels.