Dragon Con cosplayers in Atlanta
5 Things You Have to Do in Atlanta During Dragon Con
Watch the Dragon Con Parade
If you're in town for Dragon Con but don't intend on dressing up to participate in the annual Saturday DragonCon parade, it's still an event you won't want to miss. Plan on heading to parade route early to get the best seat. If you don't have a chair, plan on bringing a blanket to sit on.
Atlanta Movie Tours
Discover Georgia's thriving film industry with one of the many tours by Atlanta Movie Tours. Topics include the city's film history, zombies, superheroes, Gone With the Wind, and more. The company provides round-trip transportation to their tour check-in sites from their downtown Atlanta office.
Visit Avondale Estates
Take MARTA to the Avondale Estates station then a quick Uber ride to the downtown area where you can sit back and sip a beer at My Parents’ Basement, a combination comic book store and taproom that self-describes as a "neighborhood comic book bar." Want more beer? Check out Wild Heaven Beer just down the street, where you can take a tour and sip some locally made brew.
Visit the Worlds of Puppetry Museum
Puppet Slam is a popular part of Dragon Con, and now that the Center for Puppetry Arts' new museum is open, you can continue to explore the genre by learning more about its history. The museum contains The Jim Henson Collection, including the iconic Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, along with characters from "Labyrinth."
Explore the Georgia Aquarium
See the sea lion, whale sharks and the penguins that call the Georgia Aquarium home during the special night set aside for Dragon Con attendees. Costumes are welcome and encouraged.