Voting closed: What’s the best rainy day activity in Roswell? | Best of Roswell

The people of Sandy Springs have spoken, and they’ve chosen the best way to spend a rainy day in the city.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is committed to continuing our normal features, where appropriate, during the coronavirus outbreak. For full coverage of the outbreak in Atlanta, please check our Coronavirus News Section. We have decided to continue Best of Roswell voting for the time being, despite social distancing. We encourage our readers to support local businesses after the authorities loosen the social distancing rules — along with supporting those businesses that offer delivery or pickup during the outbreak.

When it pours in Roswell, you don’t have to resign yourself to remaining at home if you can help it.

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Wet roads usually mean you’ll have to stick to enjoying indoor activities in the North Fulton city and, thankfully, there’s lots to do.

Residents can drink lager at Variant Brewery, play at WhirlyBall Atlanta or SkyZone Trampoline Park, or catch a play at the Georgia Ensemble Theatre. So for the AJC’s newest Best of Roswell poll, there’s only one question: What’s the best rainy day activity in Roswell?

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Voting is now closed.

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Know of a place that should be added? Email a write-in nominee to kiersten.willis@ajc.com. If enough people suggest your spot, we'll place it in our poll. Voting ends Thursday, May 7, at midnight.

Don’t forget to check out our Best of Roswell winners:

» Best late-night spot

» Best burger

» Best date night spot

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