If you’re interested in “living tiny” and want to take a tour of some of the most unique mobiles in the area, you should mark your calendars for the Georgia Tiny House Festival in April.
You’ll have the chance to tour a wide variety of mini-homes. From completely glammed-out small spaces to modest and affordable homes that are perfect for those who are looking for ways to save money on housing.
This festival is taking place over the course of two days from Saturday, April 4, to Sunday, April 5, and it’s all going down at Turner Field in the Gold Lot. On both Saturday and Sunday, the festival will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., giving you plenty of time to tour the different (small) spaces.
Passes for this event cost $20 for a one-day pass and $25 for a two-day pass, but you can get a reduced price if you take advantage of the early bird special. You’ll pay more if you decide to buy at the gate.
There will be vendors and builders there, so if you’re ready to get started on your own tiny home journey, you’ll have plenty of resources available to you.
Speakers will also be coming out to give you more information about the lifestyle, so if you’re not ready to buy one just yet, you can at least get the lowdown on what to expect when you do decide to move forward with your purchase.
This is your chance to learn more about whether living in a tiny house might be right for you.
When: April 4 to April 5
Address: 521 Capitol Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA (Turner Field God Lot)
By Samantha Maxwell, Narcity.com