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Five Places to Take the Kids in Atlanta

This blog post was updated on January 12, 2022.

A vibrant city, Atlanta has a lot to offer its young visitors. From the Coca Cola museum to a world-class zoo, there is no shortage of activities for kids of all ages. Here are five spots to put on the top of your list.

Atlanta Zoo
Atlanta’s famous zoo was designed with young visitors in mind. From engaging exhibitions to great educational programming for kids and families, the Atlanta Zoo aims to please. One of the most popular exhibits is the Bornean orangutan exhibit (it’s even more exciting now that one of the orangutans is expecting her third baby!). Plan to spend the better part of a day exploring this great Atlanta attraction.

Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Young travelers will find plenty to be fascinated by at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. There are a variety of interactive exhibit rooms just waiting to be explored— “Fundamentally Food,” “Crawl Space,” and “Tools for Solutions” are some of the favorites.

World of Coca Cola
Older kids will enjoy the World of Coca Cola, which presents a history of the Coca Cola company, interactive activities, and a “tasting room” where you can sample most of the products produced by the Coca Cola company. Get ready for a sugar rush!

The Georgia Aquarium
One of the largest in the world, the Georgia Aquarium is filled with fascinating creatures like jellyfish, otters, penguins, sharks, catfish, piranha, and belugas. The museum is divided into five areas, one of the most popular being the Georgia Explorer, which has an aquatic-themed play areas and touch pools for kids. The Georgia Aquarium is sure to be a crowd-pleaser!

Atlanta Botanical Garden
The renowned Atlanta Botanical Garden is a great place to take kids. In fact, there is a separate children’s garden that is designed specifically for young visitors. Kids will love the interactive nature and the educational activities that focus on themes such as butterflies, bees, and regional flora. Be sure to swing by the Japanese Garden and the indoor conservatory, which has a tropical rotunda and a Desert House filled with exotic plants.


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