Mother’s Day Around Atlanta, GA
Atlanta. Home of Delta Air Lines, Coca-Cola, OutKast, TLC, and The Walking Dead, this southern hub has so much to offer among its vibrant neighborhoods and endless trees, with a longstanding presence in music, cinema, sport, commerce, and transport represented by over six million. Whether you’re exploring travel plans as a visitor, returning home to visit friends and family and are searching for something to do or a local curious about what’s near home, Atlanta has something for everyone. Famously verdant and harmonious between tree cover and green spaces, Atlanta’s nickname as “The City in a Forest” is well earned. Read on for some of our favorite places to celebrate Mother’s Day here around beautiful Atlanta.
Dunwoody Arts Festival
In this quaint suburb is one of Atlanta’s most beloved and charming annual traditions, the Dunwoody Arts Festival! This is an outdoors showcase and marketplace of local artists, small businesses, independent studios, and all things creative and proudly Atlanta where your family will love touring the selection. Browse and find a one-of-a-kind Mother’s Day gift for your mother this Mother’s Day, from handmade pillows to stunning jewelry to pieces to decorate the walls and tables.
Cherokee County Indian Festival and Mother’s Day Powwow
A bit farther north of Atlanta is a truly unique and immersive spectacle to entertain and make this Mother’s Day a memorable one for your family and your mother, the Cherokee County Indian Festival and Mother’s Day Powwow. Here, visitors can enjoy the sights, colors, sounds (and tastes!) of Native American and First Nations culture. Independent tribal artists offer truly unique and special wares as gifts for your Mother’s Day, countless dance and music performances to liven your stay and lots of delicious foods and interactive activities. For an entertaining, exciting Mother’s Day like no other, take the trip out to the Cherokee County Indian Festival and Mother’s Day Powwow.
Offering formidable views over the Atlanta area, scenic gondola rides, the esteemed train rides through the forest, a festive village and boundless recreation, and museum exhibits, Stone Mountain is a great attraction year-round for families who want to celebrate any occasion, Mother’s Day included. The trip up to the top of Stone Mountain and the ample photo opportunities are a great addition to any Mother’s Day plans here in Atlanta.
Dining around Atlanta
Indeed, the Mother’s Day institution of brunch is one we haven’t forgotten, and here in increasingly cosmopolitan Atlanta, your options are too many to count. No matter the palate for your mother, there are so many options from upscale hotel brunches such as at the Garden Room at Buckhead, Nine Mile Station at Ponce City Market, the buffet at the Four Seasons Atlanta, or Southern extravagance at The Southern Gentleman at Buckhead. In addition, there are also eateries such as the savory Mediterranean fare at Vas Kouzina in Roswell, comfort food at Buttermilk Kitchen, and delicious goodness at South City Kitchen Midtown.
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