Tough Mudder Atlanta is kicking ass and taking names on April 22 & 23, 2023. Keep the good times rolling with our tips for making the most out of your #Hotlanta adventure.
- Stroll Along The Atlanta BeltLine
This eclectic mix of sights and sounds traverses 22 miles of repurposed railroad tracks circling Atlata’s core neighborhoods. The Atlanta BeltLine loops through scenic parks, food markets, art walks, and shopping centers. You won’t want to miss stops at Ponce City Market, Krog Street Market, Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birth home, Atlanta Botanical Garden and one of many public art installations along the way.
- Savor the Flavor at Ponce City Market
Speaking of Ponce City Market, this 16-acre market is an unmissable piece of Atlanta. Ponce City Market boasts over 100 shops and restaurants, but the crown jewel is THE ROOF at Ponce City Market, where adventure awaits with Atlanta’s skyline as your backdrop.
- Channel Your Inner Rick Grimes on a Walking Dead Tour
Steel those nerves before embarking on this insta-worthy private tour, featuring filming locations from AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” This day-long tour spans multiple locations in Atlanta and Senoia, plus an optional stop at an eatery owned by Daryl Dixon – er, Norman Reedus – himself. Zombies not included.
- Catch An Atlanta Braves Game
Spring is for mud, sweat, and baseball. Catch the Braves spring training at Truist Park. Stadium tours run year-long so you can take in skyline views before the Braves take the field. And if you’re in town on a Friday, stick around after for post-game fireworks – all made sweeter by a Braves win. Score tickets here.
- Get Your Thrills at Six Flags Over Georgia
As if scaling Mudderhorn at Tough Mudder Atlanta wasn’t enough, head to Six Flags Over Atlanta and spend your day conquering coasters until you close the place down. The park is teeming with twisted coasters, thrill rides for dare devils only, and plenty of kid-friendly attractions to keep your Mudder fam hungry for more.