When you search “things to do in Atlanta,” sometimes places you’ve been to countless times pop up. You’ve visited The King Center and Fox Theatre. You’ve stopped by the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the CNN Center and Six Flags.
In this episode, AJC freelancer Toby Adeyemi shares the items on his Atlanta Bucket List – lesser-known places he’s visited in the last few months, where he’s had the most fun.
Find out the places he’s gone, why he enjoys them and how you can get there. Plus, host Shane Harrison shares things to do during the next 10 days, including Tamborrada at Cooks & Soldiers and Cher at Infinite Energy Center.
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