Family Fun Itinerary

Atlanta is so much fun for kids

Atlanta is filled with so many fun family attractions and activities that you may not know where to start. Use this two-day itinerary to help plan your next visit and pack in as much fun with the family as possible.

Day one: Pack in as many attractions as possible

Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the United States. It is home to more than 100,000 fish and mammals, including  whale sharks, the largest fish in the world, and a 6,000-gallon touch pool featuring rays and sharks. A 4-D theater, food court and five galleries entertain all ages for the whole morning.

Address: 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30313
Estimated Time: 3-4 hours

Atlanta Georgia Aquarium

World of Coca-Cola

Everyone loves World of Coca-Cola, where the soft drink’s story is told through fascinating exhibits, classic ads and a fanciful recreation of the bottling process. Coca-Cola products from around the world are available for tasting before it’s time to depart through the gift shop, which is packed with Coca-Cola souvenirs. 

Address: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Estimated Time: 2 hours

Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park, the world’s gathering place during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, features the popular Fountain of Rings and events including popular music festivals. Be sure to bring a change of clothes; the little ones will enjoy running through the fountains.

Address: 265 Park Ave. W NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30313
Estimated Time: 45 minutes

Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, GA

Lunch Options

What kid doesn’t love cheeseburgers and fries? From “The Original Hamburger” at Johnny Rockets to Ted’s Montana Grill bison burgers, there are plenty of options. If your little ones prefer pizza, try Max’s Coal Oven Pizzeria

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American civil rights movement to today’s global human rights movements. The individual galleries engage visitors through a combination of powerful imagery, compelling artifacts and poignant storytelling.

Address: 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30313
Estimated Time: 1 hour

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Children’s Museum of Atlanta is a place where children can experience the power of imagination and the delight of learning. Primarily designed for children ages 2 to 8 years old, the museum features colorful hands-on exhibits and activities in which children look, listen, touch and explore.

Address: 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW, Atlanta, Ga. 30313
Estimated Time: 1-3 hours


Center for Puppetry Arts

Midtown’s Center for Puppetry Arts, features puppet making, tours and shows for both adults and children. The Worlds of Puppetry Museum includes The Jim Henson Collection and The Global Collection. 

Address: 1404 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309
Estimated Time: 1-2 hours

Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts

LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Hours of fun await at LEGOLAND Discovery Center at Phipps Plaza in Buckhead. To name just a few of the things to do, there is a a 4-D cinema, along with the Kingdom Quest LEGO ride and the test track where kids can try out the LEGO car they build on site.

Address: Phipps Plaza, 3500 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, Ga. 30326
Estimated Time: 2-3 hours

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Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Home to the world’s largest dinosaurs, Fernbank Museum of Natural History uses innovative design and programming to bring natural history to life through galleries and hands-on exhibits to stretch the imagination. The 315-seat Giant Screen theater provides a powerful film experience.  

Address: 767 Clifton Road, Atlanta, Ga. 30307
Estimated Time: 2 hours

Fernbank Museum Atlanta

Atlanta Hawks Game

Visitors can experience Atlanta’s indoor sports scene during the cooler months by attending an Atlanta Hawks basketball game at State Farm Arena. Grab dinner before or after the game at any one of the great restaurants near Centennial Olympic Park and State Farm Arena.

Address: 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 30303
Estimated Time: 3-4 hours

Day two: Spend the day at parks of all kinds

Six Flags Over Georgia

With heart-pounding rides and thrilling attractions, Six Flags Over Georgia offers excitement for all ages. This 100-acre park features rides including thrillers, family fun adventures and a bustling for-kids-only section. From the spine-chilling Goliath to the overflowing banks of Thunder River, the adventures make it difficult to  pick just one favorite.

Address: 275 Riverside Parkway, Austell, Ga. 30168
Estimated Time: 3-4 hours

Atlanta Six Flags Over Georgia


Stone Mountain Park

Kids love exploring nature and attractions at  Stone Mountain Park. At the Treehouse Challenge, girls and boys compete against each other in more than a dozen interactive games. The 1870s’ Georgia town of Crossroads includes a 4-D theater. The Great Barn is a gigantic structure with interactive games. Old favorites such as the sky lift to the top of the mountain, an antebellum plantation and the Lasershow Spectacular (March-October) will keep the family busy.

Address: 1000 Robert E Lee Blvd., Stone Mountain, Ga. 30083
Estimated Time: 3-4 hours

Sky Hike at Stone Mountain Park - Atlanta GA

Atlanta Braves Game

Between April and October, the Atlanta Braves provide the thrills. Arrive early at Truist Park and grab dinner and treats at The Battery Atlanta, located just outside the stadium entrance.

Address: 755 Battery Ave. SE, Atlanta, Ga. 30339
Estimated Time: 3-4 hours

For even more family fun things to do on your next visit, check out our Ultimate List of Things to Do with Kids in Atlanta.

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