Explore Atlanta

5 Awesome Open-Air Tours in Atlanta

Thanks to its temperate climate with four mild seasons, Atlanta offers visitors and locals more than 200 sunny days out of each year, on average. Enjoy every sun-filled moment the city has to offer with our five favorite tours. And whether your preferred mode of transportation include two wheels or four, or whether you prefer touring on the ground or in the air, these awesome, diverse tours have you covered.

Atlanta Food Walks

Southern native Akila McConnell's career started out in law and took a left turn after she and her husband decided to quit their jobs to travel for a year. It was during this time of exploration that McConnell's love for food grew into a passionate career.

ATL-Cruzers

ATL-Cruzers offers two of the city's best intown tours, one by electric car and one by Segway. On the car tour, local guides take guests on a 90-minute tour aboard an open-air electric vehicle with several photo stops along the way. Up to five guests per car. Tickets: adults $29; seniors $27; kids (8-17) $15.

Bicycle Tours of Atlanta

Ranked Atlanta’s No. 1 Outdoor Activity by TripAdvisor, Bicycle Tours of Atlanta offer a closer look at local attractions, hidden gems, street art and history. Fun and informative guides lead tours daily throughout the city’s diverse neighborhoods.

Biplane Rides Over Atlanta

These aerial sightseeing tours take you soaring over Downtown Atlanta, Stone Mountain and Lake Lanier aboard a restored, open-cockpit biplane. Flights last 20 minutes to one hour. Ticket: $175-475. Flights depart from the 57th Fighter Group Restaurant at Peachtree-DeKalb Airport.

Oakland Cemetery

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and regarded as one of the finest Victorian cemeteries in the U.S., the 48-acre Oakland Cemetery is a showplace of sculpture and architecture, a botanical preserve and a quiet retreat.