WINNER: This is your favorite free activity in metro Atlanta

The are lots of great things to do in metro Atlanta that won't cost you a dime

It’s always good to save money, and it’s a no-brainer when you can also have a good time

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The metro Atlanta area has lots of places where you can go for a hike, see beautiful things — made by people or made by Mother Nature — or just relax, and it won’t cost you a penny.

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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?

Do you prefer a walk along the Beltline or a stroll through a cemetery?

Last week we asked: What is the best free thing to do in metro Atlanta? The voting was very close.

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Here is how you responded:

Tied for fifth place: the High Museum's free days for Fulton residents, touring the state Capitol and the King Center.

There was also a tie for third place, between the Beltline and Piedmont Park.

The battle for the top spot was hard fought, but Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park came up just short, capturing second place.

That leaves Historic Oakland Cemetery — where history lives — as the winner.

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