This weekend, I had a chance to take the family to the Atlanta Fair at Turner Field! First of all, I LOVE the going to the fair. Remember my earlier post about Things from my childhood I insist my kids experience? Well, I left this one off. I used to go every year in NY at (formerly) Shea Stadium and oh the memories…
I think my kids have are probably starting to form the same good memories of the Atlanta Fair. What do you think?
The Atlanta Fair will be in town only for another week – until April 2nd. Here’s what you need to know:
National Walk in the Park Day – Wednesday, March 30.
To honor the holiday, Atlanta’s favorite fair encourages everyone to get moving and step outside under the bright sun shine and blue skies! The first 102 guests to embrace the movement will receive a free unlimited ride armband upon entry! Whether walking through the fairgrounds admiring the city skyline, twirling and swirling in the fresh air on the Tornado or gliding through the spring breeze on the Ring of Fire, guests can expect to celebrate the holiday in a variety of exhilarating fair-filled ways!
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: Gates open at 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday: Gates open at 1 PM
No entrance after 10 PM
The Atlanta Fair is located in Turner Field’s Gray lot along
I-75/ I-85 — Front Gate is located on Ralph Abernathy Blvd. SW.
Parking & Transportation:
Parking is available for a fee at outlying parking lots around Turner Field. The Atlanta Fair does not control and is not responsible for outlying parking lots.
MARTA buses 32, 49, or 55 serve Turner Field from Five Points Station. Check schedules for days and times of service.
Fee is to enter the fair only- Does NOT include Midway Rides, Games or Parking.
Under 36″: Only $1.00
$3.00 Monday – Thursday
$5.00 Friday, Saturday Matinee 1 pm – 5 pm, & Sunday
$8.00 Saturday 5 pm – 10 pm
* Students under age 18 must be accompanied by and adult
over age 21 on Friday & Saturday evenings. (Students may
be required to present ID to verify age to enter without parent)
The following items are NOT allowed inside the park
• No backpacks
• No firearms
• No outside food or drinks
• No motorized wheeled vehicles
• Including but not limited to hoverboards, skateboards, wheelies, and roller blades
*Wheelchairs, strollers, and mobility scooters are allowed.
Please be prepared for security scan/ bag check at fair entrance gate.
We appreciate your cooperation to ensure the safety of all guests.
For more information or for tickets, visit www.atlantafair.com.
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