When the weather calls for it, or when you just feel like venturing out for a new cultural experience, there are several metro Atlanta museums and attractions to keep you entertained.
Culture doesn’t have to cost, either.
Kent D. Johnson
Attendees at the Union encampment at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park Friday, June 27, 2014.
Most Georgia state parks don’t have an entrance fee but do charge a $5 parking fee including these four near Atlanta:
Mulberry Grove near Savannah is one of the most important sites in U.S. history. It's where slavery was introduced to Georgia and where Eli Whitney built the cotton gin. Yet it has largely been forgotten. Some historians want that changed.