Alpharetta landed a spot on Forbes’ “Top Ten Friendliest Cities in America” list, and there are a lot of good reasons why. Not least is that Alpharetta is an easy city for visitors of all ages to enjoy.
Seniors and families enjoy getting to know intriguing bits of the city’s past via the Alpharetta History Walk, where you can walk to as many as 25 historical markers, and if you want to hop in the car and drive, you can add 7 more stops to your trip. The Alpharetta and Old Milton County History Museum is a permanent collection of artifacts, stories, photos, and memorabilia that cover the history of Alpharetta, from its early days as Cherokee Indian territory through its emergence as one of the nation’s fast-growing hubs. The museum is free and open every weekday.
For live entertainment, Act1 Theatre is a top-notch community theater that’s been around for more than 20 years. Past productions include Guys and Dolls, Miracle on 34th Street, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and It’s a Wonderful Life.