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Reserve at Old AtlantaWhether you prefer staying in town or taking a leisurely venture to the north or south, there are plenty of spring colors blooming in and around every Traton Homes community for you to enjoy.

Located in Atlanta is the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Visitors can choose a guided tour or walk through the garden on their own to explore and learn the many plant collections and see the stunning in-bloom plants and flowers. There are a number of events occurring throughout the season, allowing visitors to become more involved in this successful nonprofit and plan their day trips with family or friends accordingly.

Gibbs Garden is located north of Atlanta in Ball Ground. This garden features a unique blend of natural and man-made features and hosts an array of events all season long, including a Mother’s Day brunch! Recognized as one of the world’s premier Estate Gardens, be sure you do not miss the beauty and serenity that is Gibbs Garden this blooming season. Read More→

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Playful little girl hiding behind colorful umbrella outdoorsApril showers bring May flowers, but they also bring some dreary days. Rainy days are only a drag if you let them bring you down, so take advantage of days like these and make lemonade out of lemons! There are an abundance of enjoyable indoor activities near your Cobb County home.

For those who don’t want to let go of winter, head over to the Ice Forum in Kennesaw for some indoor ice-skating! The facility boasts a full service snack bar, a pro shop, video games, skate sharpening and repair service, skate rentals for figure and hockey skates, spectator seating and locker rooms. Open 365 days a year, the Ice Forum offers skating seven days a week. Adults can bring their stick and practice their puck handling skills on multiple specified days with “stick times.” Offering skate classes, the Ice Forum will teach beginners the basics beginning this May! For more information, visit the Ice Forum website. Read More→

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Activities to do on a rainy day near your Atlanta homes.

Although we’re all happy that we get to enjoy the warm, beautiful weather that spring has to offer, there’s a flip side to this season: many, many rainy days. As we all know, April is notorious for its showers. However, you can still find a bevy of fun activities that are appropriate for these rainy days close to your Atlanta homes. Below are some of our suggestions on what you can do when the sun is hidden behind a cloud.

Visit a Museum: Atlanta is home to many museums. Whether you’re interested in natural history, art or Atlanta’s history, you will find something that interests you. Some of your options include Fernbank Museum of Natural History off of Clifton Road, High Museum of Art on Peachtree Street or the Atlanta History Center on West Paces Ferry Road. These are just a few of the museums throughout the metro Atlanta area, so make sure to get out and explore. Read More→

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