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All Around Atlanta Package
The All Around Atlanta package includes 4 tickets to each of these Atlanta attractions!
Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show at the Carter Center
Eleven years. Three days. 30 artists. The 2017 Atlanta Contemporary Jewelry Show celebrates artist-designed and made fine-craft jewelry from some of the nation's premier artists, who showcase and sell a selection of handcrafted pieces. You'll see earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants and more, in glass, metals and precious stones. This is a once-a-year opportunity to meet the artists, see their work and, maybe, buy a one-of-a-kind piece for yourself or someone you love very, very much. The show speaks to all budgets and happens at the Carter Center, 543 Freedom Parkway, Atlanta.
Atlanta Museum Sampler
The Atlanta Museum Sampler package includes 1 ticket to each of these Atlanta museums!
Culinary Passport of Atlanta
Culinary Passport Atlanta, a foodie showcase happening Nov. 2 at the Stave Room in Buckhead, features bites from around the world, craft beer, wine, spirits and a multicultural experience that speaks to the city’s diversity. This event, in its inaugural year, is a food festival and more. Look for samples from well-known chefs and those on their way to becoming known, plus live entertainment by Atlanta-based artists, a live painting scene and a DJ.
Family Day Out Package
The Family Day Out package includes 2 tickets to the Children's Museum of Atlanta, High Museum of Art and a $20 gift card to Gordon Biersch!
Fernbank Museum
Fernbank Museum can take you back in time, around the world and into cultures near and far. Running through July 31 is “Wild Music,” an exhibit that looks at the music all around us. Whales compose, bullfrogs chorus, songbirds greet the dawn, and humans sing and dance. In “Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence” (through Aug. 14), you’ll commune with extraordinary organisms that produce light, from flickering fireflies found in backyards to alien-like deep-sea fishes and other fantastical creatures that illuminate the dark depths of the oceans. Learn how, where, and why scientists study this amazing natural phenomenon. And this summer, Fernbank is scheduled to go into the woods — 8 acres of them — with the opening of its Outdoor Nature Adventures.
High Museum of Art Atlanta
The world-class High Museum of Art awaits you. Slip in for a few fun hours and see brain-tickling work from visual artists near and far.
Lips Atlanta
For the ultimate in drag dining — yes, you read that right — Lips Atlanta is the place to be. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, anniversary, promotion or divorce, expect a rip-roaring time and a quality meal. Lips, located on Buford Highway, does its best to shock you into laughter and applause as Atlanta's top drag queens perform a full stage show, with disco lighting and a club sound system. Reviewers have called the drag-dining spot "Ken and Barbie's Dream House on acid."
Michael C. Carlos Museum
This deal puts you in among the antiquities at Emory University's Michael C. Carlos Museum. The museum, founded in 1919, collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets priceless art and artifacts — some 17,000 of them — from ages past until the present. You'll see King Tut as a child, nested coffins, a Roman sarcophagus from the second century, vessels of every description, African bowls and masks, and much, much more. Let your imagination roam.
MODA - Museum of Design Atlanta
Now’s a great time to visit MODA, the Museum of Design Atlanta, which is deep into its third decade of doing really cool stuff. MODA, on Peachtree Street across from the High Museum of Art, is the only museum in the Southeast devoted to the study and celebration of all things design. Up next is Luba Lukova: Designing Justice (June 3-Sept. 3), a display of the American designer/artist's posters, which address humanity and injustice worldwide. Following that is Text Me: How We Live in Language (Sept. 18-Feb. 4, 2018). It showcases the many ways in which text influences art, design, literature, music and all forms of visual communication in today's world.
Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse
The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse is unlike other theaters, a place out of time, a place for live music, handcrafted period costumes and sword fights that happen inches from your neck. With an authentic British pub menu and a broad selection of Irish ales and premium brews, it's a place to eat, drink and nourish the soul. Any number of Shakespearan folk will entertain you — Macbeth, King Edward III, Romeo and Juliet, and Katherine and Petruchio from The Taming of the Shrew, among many others.
The Children's Museum of Atlanta
If you haven't been to the Children's Museum of Atlanta lately, you may not recognize it. The downtown space, designed for everyone from babies to age 8 (and their grown-ups), underwent a massive face-lift last year. Many of its most popular playthings remain — including a tractor and giant ball machine. But new features, particularly hands-on STEM projects (science, technology, engineering, arts and math education) are designed for older siblings who may be visiting the museum with their families. The face-lift included a new 3,000-square-foot mezzanine level for STEM projects, new interactive exhibits and a new performance space for storytellers and other performers.
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2 tickets to Fernbank Museum & $20 gift card to Fifth Group Restaurants
Full Price: $61.52
Our Price: $30.00
Savings: $31.52
1 ticket to the Michael C. Carlos Museum
Full Price: $8.00
Our Price: $4.00
Savings: $4.00

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Lips Atlanta $50 gift card
Full Price: $50.00
Our Price: $30.00
Savings: $20.00

Culinary Passport Atlanta, a foodie showcase happening Nov. 2 at the Stave Room in Buckhead, features bites from around the world, craft beer, wine, spirits and a multicultural experience that speaks to the city’s diversity.
Culinary Passport of Atlanta
Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

Full Price: $60.00
Our Price: $30.00
Savings: $30.00