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Although it's not very big, this museum is great and kids love it. Permanent exhibits include the painting wall (they provide the smocks, a paintbrush, and a palate of primary...
The Georgia Aquarium bills itself as the largest aquarium in the world. We're not sure about the largest, but it's definitely huge and filled with jellyfish, otters, penguins, sharks, electric...
The elephants may fling poop at you when you're in the Elephant House (maybe they don't like it in there?) but the Atlanta Zoo is a favorite for families. There's...
The Cyclorama is a fascinating place for anyone interested in the history of the Civil War and for kids of all ages. The tour starts with a film narrated by...
The first thing you see when you walk into the huge brick-and-glass atrium are skeletons of an enormous Argentinosaurus locked in mortal combat with a T. Rex-like...
Science & Nature Museum
Atlanta's most alternative and eclectic neighborhood is a great place to spend an afternoon eating, soaking up culture and people-watching....
The moment you walk into this center you know you're in a magical place, whether you've come for a show or just to look around the displays and gift shop...
Live Music Venue
Just north of Atlanta, this is an all-day -- or even all-weekend -- splash of a good time, with areas of wet wonderland suitable for all ages. The littlest ones will love playing in the shallow fountain, sliding down easy chutes, and the squirt gun area a...
If you only have time to do one thing when you're here, go to the Botanical Garden. There's a separate children's garden with interactive educational activities (learn about the lifecycle...
Located right next to the big-thrills White Water Park, this Six Flags sibling is just for the younger set. It's designed specifically for kids...