- TripBuzz found 50 things to do with kids in or near Griffin, Georgia, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Peachtree City, Jonesboro, Fayetteville and Hampton.
- From Magnolia Lanes to Mega Maze Inc, the Griffin area offers 76 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Theaters, Bike Paths and Bowling.
- The city of Griffin is a star in its own right having played a role in many of todays most popular films and television shows including The Walking Dead, Driving Miss Daisy and The Hunger Games. Tourists enjoy visiting the cities popular Griffin Commercial Historic District, the stately homes of the area and the various cultural museums celebrating the cities past.
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5000 Georgia Hwy 92 N, Douglasville, GA 30135 MoreLess Info
Boundary Waters Aquatic Center is an aquatic center featuring an 8 lane, 25 yard heated competition pool. The center also offers a 4 lane, heated therapeutic pool and hosts swimming lessons for children.
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990 Peachtree St, Atlanta, GA 30309 MoreLess Info
The one and only novel by Margaret Mitchell was 'Gone with the Wind,' and it was created in a small apartment that is now contained within the Margaret Mitchell House & Museum. Guests can view the actual place where the novel was written and view exhibits on the author herself.
The bowling alley, Suburban Lanes, features shoe rentals, a senior bowling league, and daily bowling discounts throughout the week. The alley offers summer camps and free bowling for kids under the age of 16 during certain time periods.
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.
A pay lake that spans 10 acres, the improbably named Lakeside Lake is stocked with a wide variety of fish, including crappie, catfish, bass, brim, and carp. The lake also has a general store with bait and fishing supplies.
There are 19 different gardens at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, and one tropical garden filled with small animals, such as turtles, geckos, frogs, and many insects. Special events are held each day in here.
1404 Spring St NW at 18th, Atlanta, GA 30309 MoreLess Info
A museum and arts center, the Center for Puppetry Arts offers workshops, guided tours and performances that foster learning through the art of puppets. A weekend museum tour explores the art and influence of Jim Henson, creator of the muppets.