- TripBuzz found 283 things to do with kids in or near Atlanta, Georgia, including 250 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Roswell, Marietta, Decatur and Duluth.
- From Georgia Aquarium to Turner Field, the Atlanta area offers 93 different types of family activities, including: Theaters, Sports Stadiums (Professional), Specialty Museums and Parks.
- Atlanta acts as the capital of Georgia and is the most populous city in the state as well. Located on top of the Piedmont Plateau, the massive metropolitan area is adjacent to the Chattahoochee River and Stone Mountain. Along with a variety of attractions, Atlanta offers multiple festivals throughout the year at its many convention centers.
Philips Arena is home to the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers and WNBA Atlanta Dream. The complex facility includes, along with the indoor stadium, private suites, party and rental suites, eateries, clubs, and retail outlets.
Founded in 1889, Zoo Atlanta is one of the oldest zoos in America. All sorts of animals have a home in here, mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians included. The gardens are popular for their species of carnivorous plants.
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275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30313 MoreLess Info
Play and education are integrated at Imagine It! The Children's Musuem of Atlanta. The site features creative exhibits, hands-on activities, play areas, and interactive zones where children can learn more about topics that interest them.
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3500 Peachtree Rd. Suite G - 1, Atlanta, GA 30326 MoreLess Info
Take the kids to LEGOLAND Discovery Center, for a fun-filled day of safe, interactive play and learning. Ideal for birthday parties, visitors can enjoy rides, 4-D experiences, LEGO building challenges and more.
Resting on 185 acres of land is Piedmont Park, which has a botanical garden. Community events are held for most of the year. Facilities include restrooms and various places for refreshments. Activities include swimming, fishing, basketball, and more.
At the Atlanta History Center, visitors are welcome to peruse the 33 acres which have numerous exhibitions reflecting Georgia's history, including historic houses, the Centennial Olympic Games museum, gardens, and more.