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The Best College Basketball Arenas In America

Posted by Ed • Friday, November 21. 2014 • Category: Sports

As football season winds down, basketball season is just starting to tip off across the country. From coast to coast, Pac-12 to ACC, fans and students alike are starting to flock to arenas on college campuses to take in a game in one of college’s most unpredictable sports. From week to week, game to game, you never know when a spark might hit a team and start a fiery streak to cause an upset. Athlon Sports selected the top places in the nation to cheer on a team from half court, the student section or anywhere inside. We’ve helped you out by picking some of the do-not-miss arenas to visit this basketball season.


If you travel a lot from Dallas in the heart of Big 12 country, you can’t start a list of the greatest college basketball venues without starting with Allen Fieldhouse at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. If you’ve never been to a game at what Jayhawk fans lovingly refer to as “The Phog,” you haven’t experienced true basketball fandom. Inside, there isn’t a seat high or low that doesn’t seem like it’s directly on the court, and when fans start the Jayhawk chant of “Rock Chalk Jayhawk, KU,” it’s almost eerie. If you’re lucky enough to score a ticket to Allen Fieldhouse, you’re in for a treat. But don’t expect for the tickets to come cheap. Die hard fans can’t even get a ticket to an exhibition game without shelling out a few hundred dollars. Kansas is one of the winningest basketball programs in the NCAA, and with a Big 12 championship streak of 10 years in a row, it’s easy to see why fans go all out inside The Phog.

Or if you’re in Atlanta and like to see ACC games in action, you can’t have a list of great basketball venues without mentioning NCAA powerhouse Duke. Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina has long been considered one of the toughest places to play a game - and it has also been the home of several huge ACC showdown games between Duke and North Carolina, NC State, Syracuse or any other ACC foe. If it tells you anything about how a home crowd can sway the results of a game: in the history of games at Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke has won 800 and only lost 153. That’s an 84% winning percentage. Plus, Cameron Indoor doesn’t hold as many fans as other large venues, so 9,000 fans are in close quarters to cheer on the Blue Devils and legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski.

Or maybe you’re a Mountain West fan in San Diego and travel a lot to cheer on the Aztecs. Outside of the big conferences and places you might expect to see listed, The Pit at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque also reigns as one of the best college basketball arenas in the country. The Pit is called that because the court sits 37 feet below street level. So when you enter the building, you enter on the upper tiers and have to walk down stairs to get to seats close to the court. Since The Pit opened, it has consistently piled in the fans with one of the best sell-out percentages in college basketball. It’s also noted as one of the loudest places to play as Lobo fans create echoes and a highly distracting environment for teams not used to playing there. New Mexico is also an intimidating place to play due to its altitude, as players not used to the over mile-high elevation complaining of light headedness and inability to play their best.

These are just a few of the great spots to catch a basketball game this season, and we are sure you have your favorite arena we didn’t mention. To help get you to your favorite venue this season, we’ve created the Starting Lineup Special. Check out the special online or give us a call at 1-800-272-0633. Don’t forget to use or mention promo code SPORTS to receive up to 10% off your charter bus or limo rental to your favorite sporting event.

The Best Airports For Layovers Or Travel When Your Stomach Is Growling

Posted by Ed • Thursday, November 20. 2014 • Category: Airports

The holiday season is here, and as we all know, the next few months incorporate some of the busiest travel days of the year. That means hundreds of thousands of people will be spending some time in the many airports of America - hopefully without long layovers. But if you’re at a major airport for an extended period of time, and don’t mind paying airport prices, Thrillist has come up with some of the hot spots at airports for foodies. We’ve selected some of our favorites to help you get through holiday travel with a good food story or two to tell.


Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport can certainly be a hassle if you have a short connection and your gate is at the complete opposite end of a different terminal. But if you have time, the food at DFW reigns supreme, according to Thrillist. That’s because in addition to standard food court fare, the airport has several barbecue and Mexican restaurants, countless bars and a Pappadeaux. If you haven’t been to Pappadeaux before, it’s a Texas-based seafood and cajun restaurants that is absolutely delicious. The DFW location is even ranked 20th out of all Dallas restaurants on Trip Advisor (there are over 3,000 ranked), so you know it has to be good.

If you’re stuck in the Philadelphia International Airport for a while (as many of us have been before), don’t miss out on a Philly Cheesesteak at the city’s famous Tony Luke’s, which just happens to have an airport location. Tony Luke’s is famous among Philadelphia residents and visitors alike for having the best cheesesteak to represent the City of Brotherly Love’s most famous food. And if you want something a little unique to go with your cheesesteak, head over to Chickie and Pete’s for a side of crab fries. Just make sure to have a breath mint or bottle of Binaca afterward...unless you want to be unpopular with other passengers in your row. Or for something completely different, try out Sky Asian Bistro which features an array of Chinese, Thai and Japanese dishes plus a wine menu sure to please any palate.

Or on the off chance you’re spending time in the Miami International Airport (shouldn’t you be at the beach?), there are plenty of international dining options for travelers without requiring a passport. You can start with a cubano or delicious ham and cheese croquettes at Bongo’s Cuban Cafe, which is owned by music superstar Gloria Estefan. If you want something a little more American, test out Shula Burger, owned by legendary former Miami Dolphins head coach, Don Shula. We highly recommend the French Onion burger - it’s like the soup in burger form and oh, so delicious. There’s also Beaudevin, a wine and cheese bar just like the one in the Brussels airport. It’s a fantasia of Belgian cuisine in a Floridian setting that will make you feel like you’re anywhere but an airport terminal.

If you have a family member traveling to see you this holiday season, have them pick you up something to go at one of the airports we mentioned, and help them get to your house with our Hassle Free Holiday Discount. Check out the special on our site or call 1-800-272-0633 to get a quote now. Mention promo code HOLIDAYPICKUP online or on the phone to save up to 10% on your charter bus or limo to get your family members to or from the airport in style this holiday season.

Reno, Nevada Offers Santa Surprises, But Leave The Kids At Home For This Holiday Hoopla

Posted by Ed • Wednesday, November 19. 2014 • Category: Nevada

For the 14th year in a row, Reno, Nevada is raising money for Reno schools with its annual Santa Pub Crawl. On December 13th, The Biggest Little City in the World expects to have over 15 thousand Santas descend on the city for a bevy of events - friendly for adults only, so it’s best to leave the kids at home. Otherwise, they might be scarred for life by some activities Santa and his friends might partake in.


The pub crawl is for one night only and has participants from across the nation don their best (and worst) holiday outfits for a night of what some might call seasonal debauchery. The crawl features over 50 of Reno’s favorite bars and nightlife spots and will even have a comedy performance by Kathy Griffin. Last year’s Santa Crawl raised $15 million for charity, and sponsors are hoping to top that number this year - because after all, well-educated children make for the best elves.

USA Today called the Santa Pub Crawl one of America’s “most unique holiday events” and said it is one of the nation’s most exciting adults-only events each Christmas season. Hotels are still available in the Reno area for the pub crawl and organizers are looking forward to seeing you and helping you relieve a little holiday stress all in the name of charity.

Galveston, Texas Transforms Into Winter Wonder Island For Holiday Season Near Houston

Posted by Ed • Tuesday, November 18. 2014 • Category: Houston

Galveston Island is not a far drive from the Houston metro and just in time for the holidays, Galveston is transforming itself into Winter Wonder Island for a near-tropical paradise filled with holiday traditions both old and new.


Galveston’s holiday guide promises over 1,000 holiday-themed events ready to please all ages. Events kicked off on November 15th with the opening of the Festival of Lights at Moody Gardens. Moody Gardens is one of Galveston’s most recognizable spots with its incredible glass pyramids that encase flowers and plants from around the world. The Festival of Lights celebration winds through a mile-long trail in the gardens with musical light displays, hot chocolate stations, carolers and ice skating. Moody Gardens is also home to an ice sculpture display with 20 different ice sculptures carved out of nearly two million pounds of ice.

Galveston is also known for its yearly Dickens on the Strand. This year is the 41st annual celebration of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol, and from December 5th through 7th, you can enjoy the sounds and smells of the ghosts of Christmas past - all through decorations and costumed hosts. The event takes place in downtown Galveston, which is also home to many of Galveston’s shopping highlights.

In addition to the many holiday events Galveston has going on, you can also tour a wide variety of historical homes and museums as well as many other destinations the island has to offer. Galveston is truly an island with its own unique personality which will shine bright throughout the holiday season.

Plus, you can enjoy up to 10% off your party bus or limo rental to Galveston, but this offer is a Houston area exclusive and Midweek terms apply. Head over to our specials section to check out the deal and get a quote now. Or give us a call at 1-800-272-0633 to get a quote now. Don’t forget to use offer code GALVESTON to get your discount!

Find Inspiration At These Serene Spiritual Retreats Near Dallas

Posted by Ed • Friday, November 14. 2014 • Category: Dallas

Surrounded by crisp autumn air, beautiful scarlet and gold hues and the tranquil sounds of nature, these church retreats near Dallas can help in finding inspiration, renewing faith and discovering inner peace.


Chapel Home At Lone Man Creek

This quiet retreat modeled after a 19th-century Victorian church complete with Gothic glass windows and dark cherry hardwood floors sleeps nine guests and has seating room for 30. Complete with a nearby waterfall, a private porch and gorgeous trees, Chapel Home is ideal for those looking for a serene retreat surrounded by nature. In addition, it’s minutes away from Blue Hole Regional Park, Wimberley Town Center, Wimberley Zip Line Adventure and the Bella Vista Olive Ranch.

Margaret Austin Center

Margaret Austin Center, a rural, non-denominational farm-like retreat just outside of Chappell Hill, Texas, enjoys serving groups with a spiritual, educational or healing focus but also welcomes anybody who needs time and space in which to renew themselves. The farm at the retreat is located near the center of creek, woods and beautiful open fields and gently rolling hills. There’s also an open-air labyrinth to explore.

Roddy Tree Ranch

For a fun, rustic retreat, try Roddy Tree Ranch. This huge retreat features an outdoor campground setting with 16 individual cabins of varying sizes for a broad range of needs. The Ranch additionally offers a 20 percent discount to all church groups and depending on the length of the stay, may offer more. Take some time off and relax while swimming in a pool, going fishing in a catch and release pond, visiting a petting zoo, playing volleyball or badminton, going canoeing or taking a quiet nature walk.

Black Friday Shopper Specials In Abundance At Philadelphia's King Of Prussia Mall

Posted by Ed • Thursday, November 13. 2014 • Category: Philadelphia

Black Friday is right around the corner, and if you're looking for great deals all in one space, look no further than the King of Prussia Mall on the Northwest side of the Philadelphia metro area.


Most people think of the Mall of America as the largest mall in the United States, but the King of Prussia Mall beat out the Minneapolis icon to take the number one spot. That means there are plenty of stores with plenty of deals on Black Friday to make sure you're getting all your shopping done in one place. And no one needs to know you didn't pay full dollar - you can always mark out the sale price with a Sharpie!

The King of Prussia Mall will open its doors this year at 8pm on Thanksgiving evening and won't close until 10pm on Black Friday. That's 26 hours for you to truly shop til' you drop. Luckily, the mall has plenty of food and drink options for you to refuel and power on when the going gets tough. Or if you need a power nap, there are several hotels around mall property so you can have a room to recharge and store your bags in.

Plus, if you just have too many people to shop for on your list and fear you can’t get it all done, King of Prussia is offering a Personal Shopper Service to help you out. But the mall’s Black Friday assistance doesn't stop there. If you have the kids with you and need to get those Santa pictures out of the way, you can make a virtual reservation for the line so you're not wasting precious shopping hours waiting for your turn to put the kids on Santa's lap.

In order for you to spend your time on shopping and not circling the parking lot for hours for a spot close to the doors, let US Coachways help get you to and from the mall. We even have a Black Friday special for you to take advantage of with all your shopping friends! Check out our Shop Til You Drop Discount or give us a call at 1-800-272-0633 to get a quote for your shopping adventure. Don't forget to use promo code BLACKFRIDAY.

Donny & Marie Osmond Set To Heat Up The Holidays In Washington, D.C. With Christmas Spectacular

Posted by Ed • Tuesday, November 11. 2014 • Category: Washington DC

Donny & Marie Osmond have been Las Vegas’ top rated show among audiences for three years in a row, and this year, like many others before, they are taking their show on the road for the Christmas season. This year’s Christmas shows start off in Washington, D.C. on December 2nd with performances lasting through December 7th.

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According to Donny and Marie, the best gift you can give anyone is a memory or tradition, which is why they have been performing Christmas concerts either together or separately since they gained fame in the 1970s. Donny and Marie also want to make sure the tradition of families everywhere seeing them perform together is not one that will go away anytime soon.

Since the holiday season is all about family, taking a trip to see Donny and Marie’s Christmas Tour is something to put on your list this year. Tickets are still available for shows at The National Theatre in Washington, D.C. before the tour moves on for dates in Toronto and Mashantucket, Connecticut.

So if you’re looking for a little “Puppy Love” this holiday season or maybe a few “Paper Roses,” Donny and Marie Osmond are sure to make Christmas memories for you and your family that you’ll remember for years to come.

Dollywood Smoky Mountain Christmas Shines Bright Northeast Of Atlanta In Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Posted by Ed • Monday, November 10. 2014 • Category: Atlanta

The Big Peach of Atlanta can be frustrating at best around the holiday season. There are always new people coming into town to shop and see all the wonderful events the city has going on at this time of year. But if you’re looking for something a little different and a little less crowded, maybe a trip to the Smoky Mountain hideaway of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is for you - especially now that Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas is back.


Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas is a five-time award winner for America’s Best Christmas Event and runs from November 8, 2014 through January 3, 2015. Each year, the park spends dozens of hours putting up thousands upon thousands of lights everywhere around the park. Seasonal shows like Dollywood’s A Christmas Carol and the Parade of Lights are also favorite features for guests. And don’t forget to add several loaves of the park’s famous cinnamon bread to your shopping list for loved ones (if you’ve had the cinnamon bread, you know exactly why we are recommending it).

This year’s Smoky Mountain Christmas even has a new special treat in store: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Bumble the Abominable Snowman from the North and all of Rudolph’s friends from the beloved animated childrens’ Christmas special. Plus, if you’re lucky enough, you might even get a glimpse of Dolly Parton herself. She’s been known to but on furry winter white outfits and grace the holiday parade with her presence.

So gather up the family, get Dolly’s Greatest Hits (or her Christmas album) playing on the stereo and make the short trip to Pigeon Forge for an event you won’t soon forget.

Special Web Offer: If you’re tired from workin’ “9 to 5” this holiday season, Dollywood is the place to be. The Smoky Mountain Christmas has been voted America’s Best Christmas event five times, and one visit will make you understand why park workers likely sing “Here You Come Again” to thousands of guests each year. From November through early January, Dollywood is decked with tens of thousands of lights and features seasonal shows and events like “Dollywood’s A Christmas Carol.” If you need a break from the hustle and bustle of The Big Peach this holiday season, load up the kids and head to Pigeon Forge to get a glimpse of Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas - an event guests have been saying “I Will Always Love You” to for many years. Park tickets not included. Use promo code DOLLY.

Terms and conditions apply with a minimum of a $1000 purchase and no more than $200 off any booking. Offer Expires January 3, 2015. Call 1-800-272-0633 or Request a quote now!

Alpine Adventures Await In The Green Mountain State

Posted by Ed • Friday, November 7. 2014 • Category: New York

As the temperatures drop in the Northeast, things start to really heat up on the slopes of Vermont. Grab your ski bunny friends and hop on up to Vermont from New York City for an Alpine adventure (or a Nordic trek, depending on what kind of skiing you prefer).


The Green Mountain State offers a variety of choices for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Basically if it involves a snow activity, it’s there for you to take on.

While most resorts are currently closed, it’s never too early to decide which is the one for you. We’ve selected a few for you to start with:

When open 100 percent, Stowe Mountain offers up 116 trails to please novice skiers and those who like to take their chances on the infamous double black diamond trails. Stowe Mountain also has ski classes for kids and adults, cross country courses and the occasional race to test out your skills among some of the world’s best. Stowe Mountain is about six hours North of the New York metro area.

If you’re looking for something a little closer to the city, maybe Okemo Mountain is for you. In addition to its 120 trails when open 100 percent, Okemo also features a snowtubing park, mountain coaster and snowcat excursions to brighten up your kids faces - or those who are still kids at heart. Okemo Mountain also has an amazing lodge and dining options to warm you up after a chilly day on the slopes.

Like Okemo Mountain, Killington Mountain is also about 4.5 hours from the New York metro area. Killington isn’t just your average ski resort, though. It’s also an ideal spot for a winter wedding. Why not mix your nuptials with Nordic events for an event your family and friends will be talking about for years to come? Test out your choice of trails and catch some shut eye at one of the many hotel and lodge options Killington has to fit any budget.

No matter if you’re on a family, couples or solo trip, there are plenty of options in Vermont to fit any budget and trip needs. Check out Stowe, Okemo and Killington Mountains on skivermont.com to see how many trails are open, weather conditions and base depth any time during winter months.

Meander Down The St. Louis Holiday Fare Wine Trail For Good Food & Wine

Posted by Ed • Wednesday, November 5. 2014 • Category: Saint Louis

Winding through some of the prettiest fall scenery in Missouri, the annual Holiday Fare Wine Trail near St. Louis celebrates good food and good wine with tastings and events at seven local wineries. The festival kicks off Nov. 15, 2014 and ends Sunday, Nov. 16.

The 2014 Holiday Fare tasting menu includes Adam Puchta, Röbller, Stone Hill, Hermannhof and more and features savory food items from roasted pork roulade with cranberry gravy to sausage and raisin-stuffed baked apples.

Participants must be 21 or older to participate. They can start the event at any of the participating wineries, picking up their souvenir wine glass at the first winery they visit, and then visit the remaining wineries in any order they wish. Participants will be given a ticket, which they will drop off at the last winery to be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a one night’s stay at a Hermann, Mo. bed and breakfast and a $30 gift certificate from each winery.

Special Web Offer: Save up to 10 percent on your US Coachways bus charter to St. Louis with promo code “SAINTLOUIS.” Terms and conditions apply with a minimum of a $1,000 purchase and no more than $200 off any booking. Offer expires Dec. 31, 2014. Call 1-800-272-0633 or request a quote now!

Take A Gamble On Vegas Like Excitement North Of Dallas At WinStar World Casino

Posted by Ed • Tuesday, November 4. 2014 • Category: Dallas

Las Vegas can be a fun vacation destination, but it can also be very stressful. If you want the feel of Vegas without the hassle, there's a great option for you north of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area: the WinStar World Casino, recently crowned as the world’s largest casino.

An hour north of Dallas on I-35 sits the WinStar World Casino, just across the state line in Oklahoma. When it comes to gaming floor space, WinStar is the largest casino in the world, recently overtaking Foxwoods in Connecticut to take the crown. With that much space, you’re sure to find the games you want to play: from slots to table games and everything in between. Be sure to take your dabber because there’s also a bingo hall - an Oklahoma specialty.

Or if gambling isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other things to do. You can stay in one of the casino’s 1,500 rooms and eat at one of the many gourmet restaurants. For a casino heralding itself as a World casino, you’d expect cuisine from around the globe - and WinStar does just that. Whether you’re in the mood for the foods of Oklahoma at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar And Grill or authentic British or Mongolian cuisines, there are plenty of choices to satisfy any palate and craving.

Concerts are also a major drawing point for WinStar and guests. Dolly Parton recently visited on her Blue Smoke World Tour and if you want to see another country diva sing her greatest hits, Oklahoma native Reba McEntire is booked to perform on November 8th. Or if you want to sing along with songs from musicals like Grease and Xanadu, Olivia Newton-John is headlining on November 7th. Multiple bars and nightclubs will also make sure your evening feels like the deserts of Nevada.

If you like going to Las Vegas, but don’t like having to fly from DFW or Love Field to get there, the WinStar World Casino can make you feel like you’re in the city of bright lights without actually having to be there.

US Coachways Partners With iPlay America To Launch Facebook Sweepstakes

Posted by Ed • Monday, November 3. 2014 • Category: Promotions

US Coachways and New Jersey's iPlay America have partnered up to launch a Facebook sweepstakes for $50 iPlay America gift cards, tickets to iPlay America shows and free limo rides from US Coachways.

The sweepstakes will run from Nov. 3, 2014 to Feb. 27, 2015. To enter, all you have to do is visit the US Coachways Facebook page each week during the sweepstakes period and like or comment on the designated sweepstakes post. Each Friday, one winner will be randomly selected to receive a $50 gift card to iPlay America, which can be used for rides and games at the indoor theme park.


At the end of each month, one grand prize winner will drawn from that month’s participants and will win two free tickets to an iPlay America show and a free five-hour limo ride provided by US Coachways.

Ed Telmany, CEO of US Coachways, said, “US Coachways is excited to partner with iPlay America. The company have truly pioneered what we think is an upscale event center with state-of-the-art games, rides and entertainment. US Coachways is happy to offer iPlay America's guests a wide selection charter buses, weekly promotions and prizes.”

Please read the Official Rules before entering.

Wine And Dine Your Family And Friends With An Autumn Wedding In Napa Valley

Posted by Ed • Friday, October 31. 2014 • Category: San Francisco

Destination weddings are memorable for not only the bride and groom but for friends and family, too. If you're in the San Francisco area or want to plan a destination wedding this fall to the Bay Area, look no further than Napa Valley.

Set among its famous vineyards, hills and mountains, Napa Valley offers a wide range of venues for any number of guests to your wedding. From an intimate guest list to invitations to every extended family member, you can find exactly what you’re looking for not far from the San Francisco metro area. Here are some suggested venues from VisitNapaValley.com:

In Rutherford, Auberge du Soleil offers an ethereal atmosphere for an Autumn wedding and reception for two to 120 guests. Auberge du Soleil features a patchwork of fall colors in the vineyards surrounding the property and allows couples to say their vows amidst the hills and mountains of the Napa Valley. The property can help you decide on a reception dinner and has various options for seating a variety of guests - as long as your guest list isn’t too long.

If you’re planning your nuptials in Yountville, Hotel Yountville can help you make your Napa destination wedding as intimate or extravagant as you want. The staff at Hotel Yountville can make your dream wedding come true and ensure no detail is overlooked. The hotel is in the center of Yountville and is within walking distance of many other Napa Valley staples, so your guests will have side excursions once you start your Honeymoon.

Or if you want to get married at a winery, V. Sattui Winery in St. Helena can make it happen. V. Sattui is one of the only wineries in Napa Valley to host weddings on its grounds. The winery is reminiscent of French and Italian wineries and offers detailed manicured lawns alongside its acres of giant oaks and vineyards. You can even have your wedding reception in the wine cellar.

Special Web Offer: If Napa Valley is where you’ve scheduled your destination wedding, you can save 5% with promo code “VINEYARD.” Terms and conditions apply with a minimum of a $1,000 purchase and no more than $200 off any booking. Offer expires Jan. 1, 2015. Call 1-800-272-0633 or Request a quote now!

The Old Dominion State's Best Bets For Fall Foliage

Posted by Ed • Thursday, October 30. 2014 • Category: Washington DC

Fall foliage is quickly peaking across the nation, and while its past its peak in some parts of Virginia near Washington, D.C., the end of October is the perfect time to take a tour of foliage in the Eastern third of the Old Dominion state.

According to the Virginia Department of Forestry, October 20-31 is peak season for the most vivid colors in changing leaves. From the swampy areas of the coastline near Virginia Beach to the area further inland near Richmond, the dogwoods, oaks and poplars are showing their hues of scarlet, russet and gold.

Just south of Washington, D.C., in Fairfax County, Virginia.org recommends starting your fall foliage tour on the southern end of George Washington Memorial Parkway. They note Mount Vernon is alive at this time of year with many varieties and shades of your favorite fall colors. Virginia.org also recommends Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and Great Falls National Park as places you might not have thought of to see foliage at its peak. All three areas are just a short drive from Washington, D.C.

For more information on Fall Foliage in Virginia, call 1-800-424-LOVE or see the Fall Foliage Report from the Virginia Department of Forestry.

Get Creative At Chastain Park, a Mysterious Dinner and the Art of Smarty Pants

Posted by Ed • Wednesday, October 29. 2014 • Category: Atlanta

Have you ever wanted to be a part of a huge art movement but never found the time for it? Here's your chance to head over to Atlanta's family-friendly park Chastain Park for its annual arts festival. The popular festival is organized by Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces and they have loads of games and art-istic activities for people of all ages. You can then cap the day off with a mysterious dinner at Dead Men: Murder on Madison Ave. 

If there is still more time left on your itinerary, check out Smarty Pants at Alan Avery Art Company, featuring artwork from Californian artist, Kathryn Jacobi.

Chastain Park Arts Festival

4469 Stella Dr., Atlanta, GA 30327

Saturday from 10.00am - 6.00pm

Sunday from 11.00am - 5.00pm

Along with fall comes friendly, sunny weather and more events in Atlanta for kids and families alike. One of the events that have captured the hearts of local Atlanta residents since its introduction in 2005 is the Chastain Park Arts Festival which is a family-friendly event organized by The Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces.

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