10 Things to Do with the Family in Atlanta
From movie tours to theme parks, museums and more, Atlanta has fun vacation options for all ages!
Both new and updated favorites, these Metro Atlanta spots always get a thumbs up in the fun department!
Stone Mountain Park
Spend the day at the world’s largest exposed granite outcropping at Stone Mountain Park. Hike up the mountain for the view (and great exercise), or ride the Skylift, golf, watch the laser show, hang out at Crossroads and ride the train.
Be captivated by the storytelling of the "Wren’s Nest Ramblers" at The Wren's Nest, the West End home of Joel Chandler Harris. Harris recorded the Brer Rabbit stories.
Bicycle Tours of Atlanta
Pedal through Atlanta’s most happening and vibrant neighborhoods with Bicycle Tours of Atlanta. You'll experience a leisurely tour of culture, history and art.
Either swim with giant whale sharks and beluga whales or just sit back and watch them play at Georgia Aquarium. Make friends with a dolphin, sea otter and penguin in new encounter programs.
Feed giraffes and go behind the scenes with African elephants, giant pandas and lemurs at Zoo Atlanta. Located in historic Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta is home to the country’s only twin panda cubs and largest collection of gorillas and orangutans in North America.
Six Flags Over Georgia
At Six Flags Over Georgia, laugh and scream at the same time on thrill rides like the open-air, high-flying SkyScreamer and monster roller coasters like Goliath. Then catch your breath and cool off at Hurricane Harbor Water Park.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Say hello to the world’s largest dinosaur as you walk in the front door of Fernbank Museum of Natural History. Kids turn into explorers in the interactive NatureQuest, and everyone can enjoy the feeling of “being there” at the IMAX Theatre.
Atlanta Movie Tours
Feel like a star on the Atlanta Movie Tours. You will visit dozens of locations used in blockbuster movies and television shows, including “Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” “Anchorman 2” and several Tyler Perry films. Separate tours are dedicated to the zombie-filled hit “The Walking Dead.”
Atlanta Botanical Garden
See what’s blooming at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, a 30-acre oasis in Midtown. There’s a Children’s Garden for hands-on fun and learning, the Fuqua Conservatory’s Tropical Orchid House, outdoor cooking demos and a summer concert series.
Experience downtown like the birds do - from the sky at Skyview Atlanta! The 20-story wheel has 42 enclosed, climate-controlled gondolas that hold up to six people. Four rotations per trip let you see the city from every direction.