Sightseeing in Milledgeville

Half Off Helicopter Tour for Two

Lawrenceville

$300 $149

After liftoff at Gwinnett County Airport, pilots guide Robinson R44 helicopters toward one of state's largest lakes or above city landmarks

Half Off Family Admission at National Museum of Commercial Aviation

Forest Park-Morrow

$30 $15

6,000 sq. ft. facility houses more than 35,000 commercial aviation artifacts, including uniforms, full cockpits, and flight simulators

Up to 50% Off “Gone With the Wind” Tour

Jonesboro

$24.95 $13.50

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Tour provides an inside look at the novel and film and how they tie back to Jonesboro

50% Off Zombie Problem-Solving Game

Tucker

$28 $14

Work with teammates to solve clues and find the key that opens the escape door before being grabbed by a zombie chained in the corner

Membership to the High Museum of Art

Midtown

$95 $65

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Museum boasts 13,000 pieces of art and hosts programs and educational classes for members, as well as previews and private tours

Up to 60% Off Urban-Race Entry

Henry's Midtown Tavern

$50 $20

Teams race on foot past city landmarks, solving clues and tackling obstacles for a chance at cash and other prizes

Up to 49% Off at The Children's Museum of Atlanta

Downtown

$25.50 $14

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Hands-on exhibits geared toward kids ages 8 and younger include a farm-to-table zone, walls to paint, and little cranes to operate

Up to 54% Off at The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum

Midtown

$24 $11

Through photos and memorabilia, the museum explores the history of Atlanta's Jewish community, as well as the Holocaust and its aftermath

Up to 55% Off Walking Tour

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Tours of historic buildings and areas including, but not limited to, Grant Park, Inman Park, Sweet Auburn, and Druid Hills

49% Off from Biplane Rides Over Atlanta

57th Fighter Group Restaurant

$175 $89

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Pilots lift passengers in bright biplanes to glimpse bird's-eye views of downtown Atlanta or Stone Mountain during 20-minute flights

Up to 51% Off Tours from Timberview Helicopters

Atlanta

$297 $145

Flight over downtown area delivers views of Atlanta's city center and some of the tallest buildings in the southeast

Up to 54% Off a Brewery Tour and Tasting

Atlanta

$50 $24.25

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Guests sample four craft brews while touring a centuries-old brewery

Up to 64% Off Scavenger Hunt

Downtown

$29 $15

These scavenger hunts lead teams on explorations across the city—including on the MARTA rails—searching for cleverly hidden clues

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Downtown

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers Atlanta's most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Up to 58% Off at African-American History Museum

Downtown

$12 $6.50

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African-American history museum with a focus on America's black community and their contributions to the nation and the world

Up to $48.80 Off at Georgia Aquarium

Downtown

$71.90 $49

Explore gigantic exhibits filled with whale sharks, manta rays, and sea otters, along with an interactive dolphin show and a 4-D theater

51% Off Southeastern Railway Museum Membership

Duluth

$99 $49

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35 acres of displays and exhibits preserve the cultural and historic importance of the region’s transportation

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The Georgia Children's Museum invigorates young minds with a healthy dose of fun, interactive educational exhibits and events. Curious kids can embark on an international trip in the Passport to the World exhibit, in which younglings absorb different cultures by trying on Japanese kimonos, dropping beats on handmade African drums, and fencing with French baguettes. Wee ones learn through play at the Little Learners' Loft, which lets kids investigate a dinosaur’s world, discover the culture of Native Americans, and embrace their inner Shakespeare in a puppet show. Finally, precocious tots can take their newfound wealth of knowledge and share it with others in the WGCM Studios exhibit. Up-and-coming anchorpeople can deliver a news broadcast or forecast upcoming soda storms from cotton-candy clouds.

370 Cherry St
Macon,
GA
US

With more than 43,000 square feet of wall space displaying more than 3,000 different sports artifacts and memorabilia, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the state’s greatest swimmers, skiers, shooters, short stops, and more. An ever-rotating range of exhibits fills the hallowed sports halls of this Macon museum, where more than 300 athletes are applauded for their athletic endeavors and record-setting jaw lines. Members gain access to GSHF's February 26 induction ceremony, honoring such gaming greats as Robert Davis, Joe DeLany, and James "J.T." Thomas. On the second Saturday evenings in March, April, and May, classic sports flicks such as the Bad News Bears, Hoosiers, and Rudy play in the 205-seat GSHF Theater during the sports film series, inviting you to root for the underdog or challenging you to remain staunchly neutral. Additional member benefits include 10% off at the museum gift shop, invitations to important museum events, and two guest passes. Museum members must give the Sports Hall of Fame their e-mail address in order to receive event invitations.

301 Cherry St
Macon,
GA
US

Since 1981, the Tubman African American Museum has educated, enriched, and challenged visitors with permanent and special exhibitions dedicated to African American art, history, and culture. The museum, which is named in honor of Civil War heroine Harriet Tubman, showcases a variety of permanent exhibitions, including collections of African American folk art, an inventors gallery devoted to black innovators, and a local-history exhibition focusing on African American culture in Georgia. The fine-art collection showcases opuses spanning from the 1800s through the present day. From Africa to America takes viewers on a visual journey with 55 feet of bright, surrealistic oil and acrylic mural painted by Wilfred R. Stroud, traversing from early Africa to the present day with iconic images of the people and events that shaped today’s world. A special exhibition opening July 22, 2011, Riffing on the Real: Afro-futurism in the Arts explores themes from traditional and contemporary black culture in the forms of fiction, traditional African masks, contemporary studio art, and comics. The museum's calendar delivers details on upcoming exhibitions and events.

340 Walnut St
Macon,
GA
US

A fourth-generation artist, Rose Handy has always made time for creating. After a rollercoaster ride of life changes and moves, Rose and her potter husband Paul opened their own gallery and class space. Joined by a staff of illustrators, quilters, watercolorists, and other artisans, the owners encourage Wild Child students to find their own artistic voices, whether they're hand-building a ceramic bowl, painting a family portrait, or fusing glass pieces together to make a new glass family. The search for new avenues of creativity also extends to the studio's class offerings; beginning in January 2013, aspiring artisans can learn the intricacies of handbuilding and wheel-based pottery techniques as part of the shop's newest curriculum.

120 N Wayne St
Monroe,
GA
US

ArtWorks on the Square inspires the creatively disposed with a variety of classes, workshops, and events. Encourage your inner artisan with a Vino Van Gogh Night class, which offers a night of painting, conversing, and wine drinking from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. on the second Friday of every month. Each vinely inclined class can accommodate up to 12 students and is led by a professional canvas caresser, who issues step-by-step instructions to help keep brush strokes on the straight and narrow and prevent students from accidentally painting a hole in the universe.

107 Stonewall Ave E
Fayetteville,
GA
US

A septuplet of subjects form the core of Seven Arts Center's curricula: the visual arts, literature, theater, multimedia, health, martial arts, and cooking. Through their daily classroom programs and radio station, Seven Arts Radio, the center’s teachers help adults and children across Atlanta develop into the kind of renaissance people rarely seen since Pablo Picasso made his action-movie debut. Painting classes can take the form of structured multisession courses for aspiring artists, or casual one-time events for those simply looking for a new hobby. Other classes give students tips on using computers, playing music, or passing the GED.

6714 Highway 85
Riverdale,
GA
US