100+ FREE Things to do in Atlanta


Summer is still in full swing and you may be hearing, “Mom, I’m bored!”  What you need is to fill your days with fun and adventure!  As a mom I know the last thing I want to hear is, “There’s nothing to do!  We’re bored!”  Those words have echoed through my home many times!  Thanks to the hard work of one my all time favorite bloggers and family fun expert Sue Rodman, your answer awaits in a book!  100+ Free Things to Do in Atlanta offers families ideas for summer fun and year-round entertainment.  She provides families with tips on visiting Atlanta’s favorite attractions like the Zoo Atlanta and Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta for free.  You can even find out all about all the free pool time and splash fountains available in the metro Atlanta area.


I guarantee your summer will be anything but boring with the help of Sue Rodman, founder of Field Trips with Sue! 

100+ Free Things to do in Atlanta is available in ebook formats  for $4.99. Printed books are available for $9.99. Each entry in 100+ Free Things to Do in Atlanta includes the who, what, where and when with costs up front for easy viewing.  Web links guide readers to specific information on the attraction; addresses make it easy to plug into the GPS on the go.

Visit Field Trips with Sue website to purchase your book today!


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9 thoughts on “100+ FREE Things to do in Atlanta

  1. nicole dziedzic says:

    These books are perfect for traveling to find the best things to do in the city your in. Never been to Atlanta before but would love to go one day.

  2. Julie Wood says:

    I love traveling and then going to places that are free! This saves my family a lot of money, and I am sure each state has free places to go. Wow! 100 free places in Atlanta sounds so cool!

  3. Sue E says:

    “Mom, I’m bored!” is definitely a statement I used to hear almost daily when my kids were out of school!! Even if we had done something that day!! My kids are grown, but if we ever take the grandkids there, I’ll definitely buy this book!! #productreviewparty

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