- TripBuzz found 21 things to do with kids in or near Albany, Georgia.
- From Flint Riverquarium to Flint RiverQuarium Imagination Theatre, the Albany area offers 25 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Aquariums, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Amusement Parks (All Ages).
- One of the larger cities in Georgia, Albany is surrounded by the Flint River making it a popular destination for outdoor and water enthusiasts interested in canoeing, kayaking and fishing. The city is also home to Albany State University, Albany Technical College and Darton State College. Consequently, the community offers many educational and cultural opportunities including a natural history museum, museum of art, aquarium and a civil rights museum.
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117 Pine Avenue, Albany, GA 31701 MoreLess Info
The Flint RiverQuarium Imagination Theatre features interactive exhibits and direct encounters with fish and animals from south Georgia. Visitors will learn about local ecosystems and species in an entertaining way that promotes conservation.
A roller skating rink, Stardust 2 Skate Center offers open skating sessions along with skating lessons and a variety of arcade games. The center provides private event and birthday party hosting, roller skate rental and a snack bar.
A family oriented amusement park, Putt-Putt Family Fun Center offers a variety of activities. In addition to an 18-hole miniature golf course, the facility is also equipped with a game room, bumper cars, go karts, bowling alley, concessions and more.
Chehaw Park-Wild Animal Park is a zoo with over 219 specimens and 84 species of wild animals like lemurs, meerkats, zebras and the African black rhino. Visitors can also watch alligator feedings and cheetah runs.
Albanyâ€™s Riverfront Turtle Park is part of the larger Riverfront Park, which spans six acres along the banks of the Flint River. The Turtle Park, also known as the Turtle Grove Play Park, is an area designed for kids.
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100 West Roosevelt Avenue, Albany, GA 31701 MoreLess Info
The Thronateeska Heritage Center serves to educate its southwest Georgia community in both history and science. The center features both a history and science museum, outdoor train exhibit and planetarium with a 40-foot dome.