5 Fun Outings to Do in Atlanta This Summer

Now that it's June, the summer is officially right around the corner. Because the weather is nice and the days are longer, you'll naturally be hanging out with friends more. Living in Atlanta, there's always somewhere to go and something to do. And as nice as it may be going to a hookah bar or a pool party, these types of outings can get redundantly after a couple of weeks. In order to avoid monotony, there are a plethora of different activities you can do with your friends in Atlanta.


#1: The Trap Music Museum

The Trap Museum was opened a little under a year ago and was started to provide a space to celebrate hip hop and trap culture. The museum consists of artwork and exhibits dedicated to some of hip hops greatest artists. The Trap Music Museum is open Friday-Sunday and the tickets are only $10.


#2: Wine Shoe

For all my wine connoisseurs, wine tasting is the perfect outing for you and your friends. Wine Shoe is a winery where you can taste various types of wines and learn new wine tasting techniques.




#3: Escape the Room Atlanta

Escape the Room Atlanta is an interactive activity and has become increasingly popular in recent years. You and a group of friends will be given 60 minutes to find clues, crack codes, and escape the room. It's a great way to build your communication and team player skills, all while having a good time with your friends.


#4: TopGolf

Similar to Escape the Room Atlanta, TopGolf is a popular outing many people enjoy. TopGolf puts a twist on the normal golfing excursion and is one of the best places to go on a summer night. It's an all-around experience, as they have a great food and drink menu and play bomb music.


#5: Painting with a Twist

I attended a class at Painting with a Twist this past February and it was a dope experience. They provide all the supplies you'll need, along with guiding you step by step while you paint. The best part is that you can bring your favorite bottle of wine and sip on it throughout the session.


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