Happy Easter Monday y’all! Hope you had a nice Easter celebration? I spent the earlier part of Sunday at church and there after my family and I went to the Atlanta Fair. It has been on my to-do list for years now. That just seems to be the case with local activities, I am usually not as proactive. The Atlanta Fair dates back to 1980 and is a tradition for a lot of Georgians.
Today was the last day of the 5 week fair, so till next year. If you live in or are visiting Atlanta, be sure to check out the fair. It is an inexpensive way to have fun with your friends and family. Most rides cost about $1.25 each. Be wary of the games though, that’s where they try to get you and your dollars, lol. The park is not just for families, It will be a perfect date night idea. They are opened till 10pm too. The rides are lite up which creates a magical atmosphere for a night of fun. My kids had a blast at the Fair, there were numerous rides and games to keep them entertained. My 20 month old especially had a great time. Some of the things I love about the fair over a traditional theme park are the short/no lines, amazing street food and the old school park rides.
Eating Funnel cakes is the norm(:
I couldn’t try this, interesting idea though
For my trip to the Fair, I settled on an easy jumpsuit and flat sandals. I wanted to be comfortable but still stylish. A jumpsuit like this one did just that. I threw on my Ankara jacket over it because it was a bit chilly.
This ride was fun
I could have shared more pictures, but I got carried away, lol.
Shoes : Guiseppe Zanotti old similar here
Jacket: Gift similar here