The Atlanta Botanical Garden is 30 acres, adjacent to Piedmont Park. On Valentine's Day, the park hosts dinners for couples, each with different themes, such as "Decades of Love." The evening will feature various music areas, so you can go from the sock-hop in the 50s to the discos of the 70s. Fortunately, the savoury dishes, desserts and drinks from top chefs are constant throughout the years.
This annual event allows you to enjoy your Valentines without breaking the bank. If you've always wondered how the aquarium looks at night, then the Georgia Aquarium is an excellent location for your evening. You have an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the aquarium while sipping sweet cocktails and listening to a live DJ. Guests have access to all six galleries, full-service bars, and tapas, all without kids.
Imagine romance amidst graves, monuments, and mausoleums at the Oakland Cemetery. As odd as it sounds, the Love Stories of Oakland is a popular event that commemorates love through recounting stories of love and loss in Atlanta. The tour has more than 20 stops where organizers recount Valentine-themed stories for you and your date. Before starting the journey, grab a non-alcoholic drink, desserts, and adorable Valentine's gifts. Enjoy the evening tour arm-in-arm and finish with dinner at a nearby restaurant.
Be part of something spectacular this Valentine's Day. Sign up for Cupid's Undie Run and participate in research fundraising for neurofibromatosis. This genetic disorder results in the growth of tumors on the nerves anywhere in the body. The run encourages visitors to come out in anything, from undies to costumes, to support the research. There are DJs and drinks, and after the race, more partying and mingling.
Located on the rooftop of Ponce City Market, Skyline Park is an excellent location to enjoy a five-course Valentine's dinner with breath-taking views, drinks, and fun. The park also has slides and mini-golf for you to enjoy.