's Nelson Hicks takes a visit to Anna Ruby Falls.

Things to do in and around Atlanta on Tuesday, July 31

Make your Tuesday extra fun by taking a free yoga class, enjoy an outdoor concert or check out a new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Here are more details:


Hosted by King of Pops and led by Tough Love Yoga instructors, this weekly free yoga gathering known as KOP Yoga draws dozens of yogis, and is held at Piedmont Park every Tuesday through the of August. Free 7 p.m.

Class will be on The Promenade by Legacy Fountain. The Promenade is located north of the park.

Come to the parking deck shared by the Botanical Garden and the park. Use the following address in your GPS - 1320 Monroe Dr., Atlanta. Park on the bottom level and walk out into the park, or you can walk to the Promenade from either entrance of the park. Arrive by 6:30 to mingle and get to know your yoga instructor.

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It will be a slightly different look for the Grammy-winning quintet as singer Matt Sallee replaces founding member Avi Kaplan, who departed the group last year. The ever-popular a cappella artists released “PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. 1,” in April, which launched with their specialized take on Camila Cabello’s “Havana.”

With Echosmith and Calum Scott. 8 p.m. July 31. $61.50-$121.50. State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park, 4469 Stella Drive NW, Atlanta. 1-800-745-3000,


A new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta allows children to playfully explore life inside a medieval castle.

“The Amazing Castle” transports families inside a castle’s stone walls where everyone has a job to do – from picking vegetables and preparing a royal meal to building furniture and creating a puppet show.

There’s even a sleeping dragon, and visitors can help wake up the serpent-like creature by completing an electronic puzzle.

“The Amazing Castle” Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. $12.95-$15.95, free for babies under age 1 (ticket prices higher at the door) 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive N.W., Atlanta. 404-659-5437,

— Melissa Ruggieri contributed to this article.

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