Guide to Gwinnett
Explore Gwinnett this Spring: Activities for the Whole Family
As Robin Williams once said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’”
And the “party” is finally here! This is the time of year where we all want to get outside and enjoy the great weather (sans pollen, hopefully).
The great news is, there are so many ways you can get your family out of the house and enjoy the spring weather in Gwinnett.
For the Sports Aficionado
Gwinnett has a lot of great sports to offer, and in the spring, there’s nothing better than grabbing your family and heading to a Gwinnett Braves game. Enjoy a seat on the lawn or in the stands-there really isn't a bad seat in the house! The season kicks off April 7, and you can see the full schedule here.
Looking for something besides baseball? The 2016 Mitsubishi Electric Classic is coming to Gwinnett April 11 – 17. This PGA Tour Champions event will feature 81 PGA TOUR Champions professionals competing for a $1.8 million purse at the prestigious TPC Sugarloaf. You can check out the full schedule of events and get your tickets here.
For the Foodie and the Festival-goer
Another great way to spend your spring is by attending some of Gwinnett's great food events and festivals. There are surely more than we can name here, but a few highlights include:
- Lawrenceville Live gives you the chance to embrace the warm weather, and enjoy street performers, local musicians and business activities and holiday themed celebrations. See event dates here.
- Taste of Lilburn, taking place April 23, will feature food samplings from seven top Lilburn restaurants. Learn more, and get your tickets here.
- Barefoot in the Park is a fine artist market, featuring performances and flavors. Enjoy this family-friendly arts event Saturday, May 7. Learn more.
- Star 94.1's Woofstock, which takes place Saturday, May 7, is a pet party in the park! There will be vendor booths, live entertainment and more. Check it out.
- Spring Green Festival is returning to the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds in Lawrenceville for its sixth year. Enjoy kid zones, arts and craft vendors, amazing food and more. See details here.
For the Artist
We've got something for the artsy folks too. Sculptor is Suwanee's public art encounter, and encompasses 14 pieces, as well as 8 additional permanent exhibits. This walkable, outdoor exhibit of original sculptures is centered around Suwanee's Town Green. You'll also want to check out Arts in the Park, taking place Saturday, May 14. Artists will be sharing their talents with the community, all to the groovy beat of 70s music.
For the Nature-lover
Head over to Treehouses: Look Who's Living in the Trees! exhibit, and immerse yourself in an indoor tree house. Explore firsthand who lives in the trees through stereoscopic viewfinders, tracking clues, natural artifacts and sounds. You can also go to Stone Mountain for Spring FUN Break. Your family can enjoy the beauty of spring with a memorable day at Atlanta’s favorite natural wonderland.
Gwinnett’s got something for everyone who's looking to enjoy the spring season. You won’t want to miss any of these great events and attractions!
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