Super Bowl 53 will be here faster than you think, and if you’ve already snagged tickets to the February 3rd game, it’s time to start planning your trip.
Atlanta is a city rich in culture and nightlife, so whether you’re traveling with friends or family, there’s plenty to do while you’re not watching the big game.
Trying to keep it cheap?
No problem. If you spent a little bit more on those tickets than you imagined, don’t sweat it. The Atlanta Beltline is a walking and biking trail that connects many parks and showcases local art along the way. You’ll be able to stop at many restaurants and shops along the way, but the scenery and art make the trip worth it on its own. For a list of places to go along the trail, click here.
Don’t miss out on great food.
The Smoke Ring is less than a half of a mile from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium and features soul food favorites such as pork belly, mac and cheese, and wings. As you can imagine, the area will be packed on game day, so go ahead and make your reservation now.
Another great game day option is Elliott Street Deli and Pub, which is also less than a half of a mile from the stadium. Here, you’ll be able to grab a sandwich and a beer and enjoy the perfect pregaming atmosphere.
Make your trip all about football.
The College Football Hall of Fame Chick-fil-a Fan Experience features a film that pays homage to college football, interactive exhibits that are customizable to your favorite team, and a full-sized indoor football field where you can put your skills to the test. You can grab all-access passes here, and let the football magic begin.
There couldn’t be a better place for the 2019 Super Bowl than Atlanta, Georgia. The weather is great, the food is delicious, and you won’t need to break the bank for the whole family to have fun. Remember that things around town will be busy on and around game day, so the earlier you plan, the smoother your trip will go.