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Alpharetta, Georgia, is a small town with a large amount of fun.

For starters, the amount of things you can do with your family never ends. The Alpharetta Family Skate Center welcomes skaters of all ages. It is also the place where the Atlanta Sparks call home.

For older residents or guests, the Brew moon festival is held in the later part of the year. This festival includes some of the finest beers available, as well as wines, and food that is sure to make your mouth cry tears of joy. Similarly, there is a harvest fest also held in the later part of the year. The entirety of main street is done up with scarecrows, and there are many free things for families to enjoy, such as face painting, bounce houses, story tellers, and more. This one is a resident favorite.

For nature lovers, there is a local arboretum with over 25 assorted varieties of trees. A self-guided tour is available for anyone who wants to learn more about the awesome trees.

The Alpharetta farmers market is another crowd favorite. Held weekly, this market makes available locally grown and harvested produce, as well as decorative flowers and other foods.

As with many cities in the United States, Alpharetta has a vibrant history lesson attached to it. There is a historic district that contains buildings dating back to the late 1800’s and older. It is surely a sight to see.

If you are into music, then you will probably find yourself visiting the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. This 11,900 seat theater is home to some very popular musical performances, and often fills up quick.

For foodies, there is a “Taste of Alpharetta” event that showcases some of the best local cuisine the food has to offer, as well as musical performances and the like.

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