Educators will receive free admission to the Atlanta Botanical Garden one day this summer.
Photo: Atlanta Botanical Garden
Photo: Atlanta Botanical Garden

Atlanta Botanical Garden to shower teachers with free admission love 

If you’re a teacher who hates the look and smell of summer flowers, there’s no need to read any further. 

For everyone else, you should know that educators will receive free admission to the Atlanta Botanical Garden one day this summer.

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To qualify for free admission on July 8 what the attraction has dubbed “Educator Day,” present a current school ID, verification of educator status or homeschool declaration of intent, and a state-issued ID.

Guests will pay regular admission rates, and parking isn’t included. No outside food or drink is allowed, according to the website. 

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