Summertime is a great time to be in Atlanta. There are a lot of things to do in the city. Whether you’re casually dating or in a serious relationship with someone, you could make this a summer you won’t forget in Atlanta. Today, I want to share with you five summer date ideas.
Atlanta Braves Game
The Atlanta Braves aren’t that good right now, but you shouldn’t let that deter you. The games are still fun to visit. Even though this is the last season at Turner Field, it is still a solid park to watch a baseball game at. Since the Braves aren’t good, tickets to the games are very affordable. They’ve had $5 and $7 specials. I’m pretty sure they will have some more this summer.
The Atlanta area is home to two popular theme parks which are Six Flags over Georgia and Six Flags White Water. Six Flags over Georgia is split up into several sections. It features rides such as The Georgia Scorcher, The Georgia Cyclone, and The Mind Bender. Six Flags White Water is a water park that offers rides, shopping, and dining.
The Starlight Drive-In movie theater is damn near iconic in Atlanta. It is a great place to watch a movie. With it being the only drive-in movie theater in the city it can get pretty packed some nights. The movies cost $9 per person. You can see two movies with admission if you choose to. That is the best deal in the city. Their concessions are very affordable, too.
Atlantic Station is an entertainment district in Midtown. It’s a great place to bring a date. There is a movie theater, as well as retail and restaurants. They also have events out there such as Wellness Wednesdays, which is when people go out there to do yoga for an hour.
The next summer date idea in Atlanta is to attend a WNBA game. The Atlanta Dream is one of the best teams in the WNBA. The season runs from June until early October. They play their games downtown at Philips Arena.
The final date idea is to go to Piedmont Park. There is always something going on at Piedmont Park. They have numerous concerts and festivals throughout the summer. You can also exercise of just enjoy the scenery out there.
Do you have a favorite summer date location in Atlanta?