These activities can be done in small groups and are for those that are comfortable being around a limited number of other people.
If you are interested in visiting Cobb County, Georgia, we are ready to welcome you! Ensuring the safety of our residents and our visitors has always been a priority, but now more than ever, we want to make sure that you can experience Cobb County in a way that’s most comfortable for you.
No matter what your comfort level is, always remember to follow guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) including staying home if you are sick, washing your hands frequently, and wearing a mask when you are around others.Be sure to call or visit the website of any attraction that you are interested in visiting for the most up-to-date information on operating hours, safety procedures, and other special announcements.
Smith-Gilbert Gardens has more than 3,000 species of plants, many unique to American gardens. Voted one of the top five places to take children in the Atlanta metro area, the 17-acre property is rich with botanical, artistic, and historic treasures. Be sure to check out the award-winning “Garden with Wings” butterfly house and pollinator garden, which promotes conservation of beneficial Georgia native plants and insects.
The Escape Game is a premier provider of escape rooms, and their adventures bring epic stories to life in a one-of-a-kind experience. Enter one of their immersive worlds and recover a priceless work of art, find lost gold, or break out of prison. All experiences are private for the near future, so you can stick with your group while playing. The Escape Game has also implemented small changes to each game to avoid high-touch elements, as well as a variety of other strategies to keep guests safe. Be sure to book ahead online!
Want to skydive but you’re hesitant about jumping out of a plane? iFly Indoor Skydiving is safe and fun for all ages and all kinds of people – no skills required! iFly is taking extra precautions to sanitize equipment in between visitors, ensuring rigorous cleaning of the facilities, and continuing their fresh air advantage with air that’s 10 times fresher than the average store or gym.
The range of dining options in Cobb County are endless. From savory steak houses to cozy coffee shops, Cobb has the unique eatery you have been searching for. Local love Henry’s Louisiana Grille in Acworth, Muss & Turners in Smyrna, Two Birds Taphouse in Marietta, and Trackside Grill in Kennesaw. Many restaurants are offering limited, socially-distanced dine-in service, but most restaurants are also offering curbside pick-up, delivery, and to-go options as well.
As a growing hub for arts and culture, Cobb County is home to museums that pique the interest of everyone from art fanatics to seasoned history buffs. Whether you want to travel back in time at the Seven Springs Museum in Powder Springs or check out American fine art at the Marietta-Cobb Museum of Art, each museum in Cobb offers a unique experience that you won’t find anywhere else.
Georgia is known for its hot weather, and cooling off with a cold beverage is a great way to beat the heat. Cobb County is home to a dozen craft breweries, distilleries, and meaderies, that each offer a unique vibe and serve up flavors unique to Cobb. Take a journey down the Cobb Ale Trail and try to visit as many as you can! Remember to drink responsibly.
Don’t forget to share sweet photos of your Cobb County adventure with us by using #AtlantasSweetSpot on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your photo could be featured on our social media pages! For even more ideas of things to do, check out our ‘Open for Business’ blog, browse our calendar of events, or read through our expansive list of activities in Cobb. To see more Social Distancing resources in Cobb County, click here.