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    Don’t Miss the Halloween Half Marathon Series

    Lace-up your running shoes and let the Halloween costume shopping commence! One of the best holidays of the year is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited.

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    Take Advantage of National Museum Day

    There are few cities better to visit than Atlanta during National Museum Day. If you’re not familiar with this trendy little holiday, you’re in for a treat. 

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    Get Inspired at the Piedmont Park Summer Arts Festival

    For the last ten years, inspiration has made an appearance in Atlanta, bringing with it the ideal summer celebration: The Piedmont Park Summer Arts Festival.

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    Celebrate in Centennial Olympic Park

    What better way is there to celebrate Independence Day than by getting the most out of your holiday at Centennial Olympic Park during their annual Fourth of July festivities. This festival is known throughout the states for its massive firework display, the largest in the Southeast, and it’s fantastic entertainment.

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    Check Out the World of Coca-Cola

    Atlanta is hot in June, but don’t let the heat keep you indoors. Cool down with a sampling of icy cold Coca-Cola products at their museum and interactive experience center on Baker Street. This museum functions more like a Coca-Cola-themed campus dedicated to showcasing “the world's most famous and most loved beverage brand” than a traditional museum.

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    What’s in a Name: Becoming Atlanta

    You’ve decided to visit the “City in a Forest,” our beloved city of Atlanta, most well-known as the capital of Georgia. Atlanta has a varied and storied history, packed full of fascinating tidbits that make our city the shining gem of the south.

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    Explore the High Museum

    Founded in 1905 by the Atlanta Art Association, the High Museum of Art has a unique and varied history, beginning with humble origins in a private home on Peach Street to its status today as the foremost leading art museum in the Southeast region.

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    Be Gone with the Wind at the Margaret Mitchell House

    Atlanta is home to a vast collection of historical landmarks, structures, and homes which continue to tell the tale of how our nation and culture formed into what it is today.

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    Valentine’s in Atlanta’s Botanical Gardens

    Make new memories at a vivid horticultural experience unlike any other with a visit to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens on Valentine’s Day for a special nighttime viewing of their stunning Orchid Daze exhibit.

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    Celebrate MLK Day in Atlanta

    Atlanta is the birthplace of one of the most iconic American heroes of the century, a global destination for visitors to the museum dedicated to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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    Christmas Lights up Atlanta

    It’s the most magical time of year again. Shed a little light on your holiday experience in Atlanta by visiting any one of the vast collections of holiday light displays glittering across our fair city. We’ve gathered the best, brightest, and shiniest for you here.

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  • A New Holiday Classic in Atlanta

    Start the holiday season off in Atlanta with a fusion of an old classic and contemporary flair with tickets to one of the foremost cultural events of the season, The Hip Hop Nutcracker.

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  • An Autumn Getaway in Atlanta

    Autumn is finally here, the oppressive summer heat begins to wane, and our beloved Atlanta is full to the brim with unique activities in October. We've gathered an eclectic blend of events guaranteed to help you make new memories in Atlanta.

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  • September Can’t Miss Events

    Atlanta in fall is a pure delight. Elevate your stay in Georgia's Capital City while experiencing the best of our Southern hospitality. We've rounded up a list of the most exciting events happening this September. 

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  • Explore the Historic Fox Theater

    Stepping back in time to 1929, it’s the golden era of movies, and the luxe red carpet of the majestic movie palace the Fox Theatre is below your feet. What if we told you, you could experience that splendor once again?

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  • The Wonderful “Workout by the Water” Series at the Georgia Aquarium

    Imagine mantra rays and whales sharks elegantly cascading in the background as you shift into downward dog. Workout by the Water is Atlanta’s most unique and inspiring fitness studio and Georgia Aquarium's newest addition. Fun classes, such as yoga, boot camp, and pilates are taught by three of the top local fitness instructors. 

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  • Concerts in the Garden

    At least once in your lifetime, you should experience concerts in the garden at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. In our opinion, summer doesn’t officially start until their inaugural show, which draws music lovers from near and far. This year's impressive lineup features seven great acts, kicking off with the country-pop singer Sheryl Crow on June 6th.

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  • Your Insider’s Guide to the BeltLine

    As winter has finally come to an end, the temperatures are so irresistible that it should be punishable to hibernate. Venture outdoors to explore the BeltLine, the pride and joy of Atlanta.

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  • Five Interesting Atlanta Facts 

    History is an integral part of Atlanta’s culture--let’s take a stroll through time and explore some interesting facts about our “city in the forest.” 

    1 | Looking out amongst the trees it’s hard to imagine that in 1864, Atlanta was burned to the ground by General Sherman as an act of war. Since then, Atlanta has rebuilt and is one of the most lush cities in the United States, earning the nickname, “city in the forest.”

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  • Appease Your Thirst for Contemporary Art with a Visit to the High Museum of Art

    As spring temperatures are starting to appear, consider spending a day at the High Museum of Art in Midtown Atlanta. Visit the iconic building that was recently used in the high-profile blockbuster hit, Black Panther--designed by Richard Meier, the architect received the 1984 Pritzker Prize after the buildings completion. Ambitiously enjoy exhibitions such as Al Taylor, What Are You Looking At? (closing March 18th), Amy Elkins, Black is the Day, Black is the Night (through April 29th), and “A Fire That No Water Could Put Out”: Civil Rights Photography (through April 29th).

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  • A Perfect Valentine’s Day in Atlanta

    Treat your beloved to a romantic getaway at our luxurious hotel. The Georgian Terrace Hotel, located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, is the ultimate place to rekindle your relationship. 

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  • New Year, New You: Three New Year’s Resolutions For 2018

    The holidays have passed, which only means one thing: time to focus on your health, happiness, wealth, and being your best self. Keep your top new year’s resolutions while visiting our luxurious and magical hotel. Here’s three suggestions on how to optimize your stay.

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  • Atlanta Symphony Hall: Christmas With The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

    Atlanta is a winter wonderland when it comes to Christmas and holiday celebrations. Please your ears with a night of sparkling tunes as the Grammy-award winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra serenades your spirit and elevates your vacation. Whether you are visiting us for business or pleasure, make time to sample our sophisticated southern talent with an auditory performance that will ignite your soul. Bring the whole clan to start a new tradition.

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  • Livingston Restaurant + Bar | Nutcracker Brunch Buffet

    Before celebrating the holiday season at the Fox Theatre's The Nutcracker, fill up at Livingston with a delicious buffet spread. From 11 AM to 2 PM on December 9, 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 and 27, enjoy Southern classics such as house-made biscuits and gravy, fluffy scrambled eggs, roasted fingerling potatoes and more.

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  • Livingston Restaurant + Bar | Santa Brunch

    Meet and greet with your favorite jolly old man this December at Livingston! Fill up with a delicious buffet spread and take pictures with Santa from 11 AM to 2 PM on Sunday, December 10 and Sunday, December 17. Enjoy southern classics such as house-made biscuits and gravy, fluffy scrambled eggs, roasted fingerling potatoes and more.

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  • Dec. 25 | Livingston Restaurant + Bar | Christmas Day Brunch Buffet

    Celebrate the spirit of Christmas at Livingston Restaurant + Bar. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Christmas Day, enjoy a delicious brunch buffet full of treats such as Peach Flavored Brioche French Toast, French Green Beans with Crispy Onions and Prosciutto, House-made Biscuits and Sausage Gravy and more.

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  • Dec. 31 | Edgar's Proof & Provision | White Trash Bash

    Spend your New Year’s Eve getting a little trashy at Edgar’s Proof & Provision’s annual White Trash Bash! Starting at 5:00 p.m. on December 31 (duh), enjoy passed appetizers, beer cocktails and an inspired redneck playlist.

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  • Dec. 31 | Livingston Restaurant + Bar | New Year's Eve

    Ring in 2018 at Midtown's favorite party destination, Livingston Restaurant + Bar. Enjoy a delicious three course pre fixe dinner prepared by Executive Chef Mark Breault as well as a night of delicious drinks and dancing. The pre fixe menu is $65/person and a separate menu featuring small plates with a la carte pricing will be available in the Bar + Lounge.

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  • Get Festive at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

    Looking for the perfect fall activity? Look no further than the Atlanta Botanical Garden in central Midtown. Celebrate the most magical time of the year by tapping into your inner child with Garden Lights on view from November 7th, 2017 to January 7th, 2018. Voted one of the top 10 holiday light shows by USA today, it’s a can’t miss activity while visiting our charming southern city

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  • Nov. 23 | Livingston Restaurant + Bar | Thanksgiving at Livingston

    Allow Livingston Restaurant + Bar to save you some stress and  keep you out of the kitchen this Thanksgiving! Livingston will be serving up its highly-anticipated Thanksgiving feast from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 23.

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  • Nov. 22 | Edgar's Proof & Provision | Wild Turkey Party

    Get the crew back together before your Thanksgiving family obligations. Kickoff the holiday homecomings at Edgar’s Proof & Provision’s Wild Turkey Party on Wednesday, November 22 beginning at 5 p.m.

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  • A Slam Dunk

    The start of the NBA regular season is just around the corner, and the Atlanta Hawks are hoping to make some noise in the Eastern Conference this year. The beautiful Philips Arena is less than 10 minutes from The Georgian Terrace, and it is a stadium that any basketball fan would want to see.

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  • Pride on the Terrace

    Celebrate the South’s largest Pride parade at Livingston Restaurant + Bar’s annual Pride on the Terrace.  On October 15 beginning at 11:00 a.m., Livingston will transform into Atlanta’s premiere Pride party and brunch with guests celebrating the festivities in style out on Livingston’s terrace and dancing to tunes spun by DJ Yvonne Monet.  

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  • Under the Sea

    The Georgia Aquarium contains over 10 million gallons of fresh and salt water with more aquatic life than any other aquarium in the country. Located only 5 minutes from The Georgian Terrace, there is so much to explore at the beautiful Georgia Aquarium, you'll want to spend an entire afternoon there.

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  • Take Me Out To The Ball Game

    As the summer comes to an end, there are only so many opportunities left to see a Major League Baseball game. The home of the Atlanta Braves, the beautiful and brand-new SunTrust Park, is only about 20 minutes from The Georgian Terrace.

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  • Summer Movie Series

    Throughout the month of July, The Mable House Amphitheatre will be offering free showings of popular movies that the whole family is sure to enjoy. Located only about 25 minutes from The Georgian Terrace, The Mable House Amphitheatre summer movie series starts on July 7 with the exciting animated film Sing

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