Things to Do in Georgia
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More than 90 years old, the farm is the site of bamboo's introduction to the area. Over the years it's been used to research potentially...
Opened in 1818, the Savannah Theatre is the country's oldest continually operating theater. It has hosted some of the world's most famous performers, including Oscar...
Even if your kids aren't in Girl Scouts, the birthplace of the founder of this all-American group is a great place to visit. Guided tours leave every fifteen minutes...
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...
There's plenty of wow factor here for any kid fascinated by ocean life. MECA showcases sea creatures and habitats native to the Georgia coast. On...
Science & Nature Museum
Bottlenosed dolphins abound in the Georgia waters, and they're so friendly they may even swim right up to Captain Mike's bright yellow canvas-roof boat. These tours, which leave from...
The Jepson Center is an airy, spacious, utterly cool contemporary art museum. Even better, inside the museum are two floors devoted wholly to kids but so interesting and unique that...
A covered, open-air market filled with dozens of stalls, the River Street Marketplace is where to go for Savannah memorabilia. Here you'll find Irish music and Celtic jewelry (made...
Kids will love this vast neighborhood park, with its shaded pathways, small botanical garden, play structures, and expansive lawns where people play soccer and ultimate Frisbee. One big hit is...
Live Music Venue
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...