The city of Roswell is more than just a north Fulton town. It’s filled with plenty of things to do for residents and visitors that cost absolutely nothing.

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Parks and museums are great places to spend an afternoon — especially when they’re free.

The metro Atlanta area has lots of these places where you can go for a hike, see beautiful things — made by people or made by Mother Nature — or just relax.

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When you’re short of funds but long on needing somewhere to go, what’s your favorite free thing to do?

Here are this week’s choices:

 

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If you can’t see the poll, click here.

Don’t see your favorite on our list? Submit a write-in nominee by 6 p.m. Wednesday by emailing your pick to nancy.clanton@ajc.com. If enough people suggest your favorite, we’ll add it to our poll. 

The winner will be announced March 30.

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