Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau
About Alpharetta Convention & Visitors Bureau
Experience awesome sports events in Alpharetta, Georgia! Think of us first for your next sports event or tournament.
Did you know Alpharetta has more than 200 well-maintained fields, courts, facilities and gyms? And with over 200 dining options, more than 26 family-friendly attractions, and 26+ modern, affordable hotels, Alpharetta has everything you need for a successful event!
Alpharetta is home to one of the nation’s largest IronKids Triathlon, the Atlanta Braves Annual Youth Baseball Classic, Freedom Bowl, Triple Crown Nationals and a Motorcycle Safety Foundation, one of three in the United States. Alpharetta has been named one of the South’s Friendliest Cities by Southern Living.
Downtime options abound for families in Alpharetta. Have a night out on the town at Main Event Entertainment, Topgolf, or Dave & Buster’s. Families can enjoy picnics, fresh air, and performances at one of three outdoor music venues, including Verizon Amphitheater, Chukkar Farm, and Matilda’s. Take a scenic walk on the Big Creek Greenway or at one of four arboretums. Release your inner daredevil during a rider training class at the Motorcycle Safety Foundation. Build team spirit with escape room experiences at Odyssey Escape Game and Urban Escape Games. Alpharetta has more than 200 restaurants to please everyone's palate.
The Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau is your number one contact to learn everything about Awesome Alpharetta. Take advantage of our FREE event planning resources including consultation on fields and facilities, Alpharetta hotels and more. Most Alpharetta hotels offer complimentary internet, free breakfast, complimentary parking and local shuttle service. We will provide complimentary welcome bags to your attendees staying in our Alpharetta hotels. Call us today!
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