- TripBuzz found 334 things to do with kids in or near Duluth, Georgia, including 315 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Atlanta, Roswell, Marietta and Cumming.
- From Pirate's Cove to HippoHopp Indoor Playground, the Duluth area offers 95 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Hiking Trails and Tubing.
- A developed suburb of Atlanta, the city of Duluth is a thriving residential community home to over 26,000 residents. The annual Duluth Fall Festival attracts tourists from around the state for its samples of local food and fun, while nearby Stone Mountain and Lake Lanier provide outdoor recreation year round.
Created to provide an array of recreational opportunities, Central Park is equipped with several baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts and a disc golf course. The facility is also contains a playground and indoor recreation center.
Sawnee Mountain Reserve offers scenic views of the North Georgia mountains with its multiple hiking trails lined with natural rock formations. The visitor center houses multiple exhibits about the historical and cultural heritage of the area as well as a libarary and a lounge.
Open to guests since 1930, the Buckhead Theatre, once a movie house, has been updated into a venue suited for many events. These events include Broadway plays, lectures, musical performances, or comedies. It is also available for rent for public and private events.
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.
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Guests can enjoy an indoor playground and party center at Leapin' Lizards Play & Party Center. The center features a 20000 square foot inflatable playground along with hockey tables and a snack bar.
Gear up for a night of terror with a Decatur Ghost Tour. Learn why the dark secrets of the city's past have turned it into one of the most haunted locations in the United States. This tour is not recommended for children.
The Loganville Toddler Park is a large outdoor space specifically for families with young children. There are three designated play areas that all feature recycled tire shreds to make for a softer surface in case children fall.