Arts, Coronavirus

Atlanta Botanical Garden Joins Other City Attractions To Offer Virtual Activities, Tours

People will be able to take a virtual trip to see Atlanta Botanical Garden’s many different flowers.
People will be able to take a virtual trip to see Atlanta Botanical Garden’s many different flowers.
Credit Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden has joined with 10 other Atlanta museums and cultural attractions to offer free virtual tours and activities.

“Field Trip Fridays” is one of the many different activities available.

As many people stay home due to the COVID-19 outbreak, visitors will be able to see attractions online, ranging from the Georgia Aquarium to the High Museum of Art and, of course, the many different flowers at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Mary Pat Matheson, the Garden’s CEO, joined “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to talk about the virtual activities that will be available.

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