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From indoor to outdoor fun, Georgia has plenty to offer families and kids. Get outside and experience parks and the coast, or flee from rain and heat in one of the inside activity centers. This is going to be the best summer ever!
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With Atlanta replica displays and playground zones where kids can build there own creations, Legoland is the perfect place to go when the weather is a little too toasty, or when a thunderstorm rolls in. A couple of mild, interactive rides and a 4-D theater with visual and sensory effects add to the excitement.
Kids will be so mesmerized by the colorful exhibits and cool things to play with, that they would never suspect the museum designed this unique indoor fun center to educate kids and spark artistic thought. Kids can travel the globe at the Gateway to the World exhibit, or become inspired by famous artists at Let Your Creativity Flow. Paint, climb, build, and practice dental hygiene on a giant set of chompers in the heart of Atlanta.
Skyzone is a kid and adult playground full of massive trampoline courts which feature basketball hoops, dodgeball, sponge pits and general jumping areas. Hours fly by–you and your little ones will get plenty of exercise! There are multiple locations, but we especially love McDonough because it’s a good “go to” away from the city.
An all American favorite, Six Flag’s traditional setup has grown a lot over the years. Modern coasters, a fairly recently renovated water park, games, a relaxing train route and family friendly rides fill the large amusement destination.
Ever heard of Jackson Georgia? It’s a small town about an hour and a half south of Atlanta. With plenty of open land, Jackson and surrounding areas offer lots of nature inspired activities. Get up close and personal with animals and explore the paths accented with native flora at Dauset Trails.
Have a young one obsessed with aviation? You’re in luck, because the home of Delta offers a peak into the airline’s history and future at its headquarters. See planes up close, experience interactive exhibits and take a look inside a historic Boeing 767!
See displays commemorating the 1996 Olympics while enjoying the Georgia sunshine. A fountain in the shape of the classic games rings serves as a splash pad where families can cool down. Plenty of great places to eat are nearby, and you are also extremely close to other exciting attractions like the CNN Center and Mercedes-Benz Stadium. SkyView, a giant enclosed Ferris wheel, is the perfect way to cap off the day.
With plenty of easy hiking trails and splashing waterfalls, Unicoi is a fantastic summer destination in the mountains. You can immerse in nature, or easily make your way to nearby Helen for great food, Bavarian style lodging and river tubing.
Georgia is overflowing with farms where you can pick your own fruit, pet adorable animals and enjoy homemade sweet treats. In the north, hit up Mercier who specializes in apples and hand pies, and in the south, Southern Belle Farm offers berry picking, train rides and moon bounces! Go a bit further to Lane Southern Orchards for the best peach ice cream that will ever touch your lips!
Jekyll Island is a well rounded family destination, for more reasons than just being a cute coastal area. Being the one and only in the state, the Georgia Sea Turtle Center lets visitors peek into the lives of sea creature rescuers. You may even see a turtle up close!