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No cash? No problem. There's plenty to do in Atlanta for free.
Updated: July 18, 2001
Spend a day exploring the sites where the civil rights movement began.
This downtown park's perfect for a quick lunch break or an afternoon stroll.
You don't have to leave town for fresh air, good hiking and great views.
This picturesque cemetery is home to some of Atlanta's most famous residents.
Go inside the glittering gold dome for a (free) lesson in how state government works.
One glimpse inside this palatial estate and you know how the other half lives.
Fulton County residents can tour the museum for free on the first Saturday of the month from 10am to 12pm.
Local artists and provocative exhibits star at this not-for-profit Midtown gallery.
It's only $2 to visit Fernbank's celebrated planetarium and observatory.
Wait until the last minute--skyline seats go on sale for $1 three hours before gametime.
An impressive collection of Egyptian mummies, for the bargain price of $5 (suggested donation).
$3 lets you experience the works of renowned black artists like Romare Bearden, P.H. Polk and Elizabeth Catlett.
Stroll along the river, commune with nature, learn about wildlife, all for only $3.