This weekend is full of things to do in Atlanta, be they virtual or in-person. Safety is top of mind in the city, so here are some safe ways to have fun in ATL.
Who's Open in Atlanta?
(📷 Porsche Experience Center Atlanta)
Yes, some of Atlanta's major attractions are opening their doors again, but adapting their hours and safety practices to make sure all visitors stay safe. Here is our regularly updated list of who's open and what's different.
Jazz Festival Sessions
(📷 Matt Alexandre Photography)
Turn your volume up, because the Atlanta Jazz Festival wraps up its final weekend with bangers. The nightly virtual Jazz Festival sessions continue via Facebook through the weekend with Kebbi Williams, Mose Davis and an encore performance of Joe Gransden and Kenny Banks, Sr.
FlyCycle Around the City Online
Take a virtual bike tour and see what Atlanta is really like (without burning 8,000 calories). Whether you're planning a visit soon or want to explore the city in-depth, the fastest (and most social-distance-appropriate) way to see the city is the our FlyCycle virtual bike tour.
Georgia Film & Chill Tours
Fresh off of a binge of your favorite movies filmed in Atlanta? Want more of the ATL film industry? Join Atlanta Movie Tours as they make their first foray into online Georgia Film & Chill Tours. This first of many tours will include the interesting stories that make the usual movie tours memorable, plus trivia, interactive chat and Q&A.
Thinking about Going Out to Eat?
Tired of making dinner every night but not sure about the safety of eating out? Here are some possibilities for ATL dining this weekend. You could always grab takeout or (better yet) get low- or no-contact curbside delivery. While it's true that Georgia restaurants are allowed to reopen with dine-in service, that experience may be very different than how it was before, as there are a slew of rigorous sanitation and social distancing guidelines restaurants are required to comply with. Here's our growing list (updated regularly) of restaurants with dine-in service in Atlanta. On a similar note, you can also find ways to support Atlanta restaurants on our resource guide to make sure your favorite parts of the Atlanta dining scene are still here when things return to normal.