- Our list of the best things to do in Douglasville, Georgia, features the top 150 nearby activities — including 51 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Douglasville, GA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Douglasville, GA , followed by 138 popular activities in nearby cities, including Atlanta, Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, Villa Rica, Newnan, Acworth, Hiram, Sandy Springs, Cartersville, Decatur, Jonesboro and Peachtree City
An 18-screen movie theater with IMAX, Regal Arbor Place Stadium 18 & IMAX displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, a party room, and a concession area with food and drinks.
The Clinton Nature Preserve is a nature preserve and park that offers a variety of amenities. It features multiple playground areas for kids of various ages, open grassy spaces, and picnic facilities.
A 26-acre recreation facility, Rountree Recreation features fields suitable for flag football, soccer, lacrosse, kickball and baseball practice. The center also offers a heated pool, batting cages and private event hosting along with swimming and pitching lessons.
Designed to preserve the history of Villa Rica gold mining, the Pine Mountain Gold Museum offers educational and interactive exhibits. Highlights include self-guided trails, live animals, gold and gemstone panning and the Pine Mountain Scenic Railroad.
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1881 Stockmar Road, Villa Rica, GA 31080 MoreLess Info
The Pine Mountain Gold Museum provides guests with an historically accurate depiction of the century long mining industry. Visitors can visit mining ruins, explore exhibits, and enjoy a farm animal exhibit for a versatile family-oriented outing.
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732 Hiram Douglasville Highway, Hiram, GA 30141 MoreLess Info
The Hiram Rosenwald School Museum is a preserved building, built in 1930. The school was originally named the Hiram Colored School, and was the only African American school in the country with a library. Visitors can tour a classroom replica.
The West Georgia Tennis Club specializes in providing enthusiasts and members a chance to play tennis on clay court surfaces. The facility has four separate, lighted courts and offers classes for all skill levels to members.