Wow! Spring break is almost here in Atlanta. I know a few of my friends who live in Florida is enjoying their Spring break right now. Well, if you don’t already have travel plan to go out of town, check out these family favorite attractions in Atlanta for Spring Break that are always a good bet when it comes to entertain kids on a break. You can visit one for each day of the break and you are all set!
Imagine It! Children Museum
One of family favorite museum in Atlanta, the Imagine It! Children Museum is a fun place for kids to learn, explore and just be kids. Check out their calendar of events as there are always fun things going on in the museum.
What I also love about Imagine It! is the seasonal exhibit that change every quarter. It gives kids new thing to learn about.
Address: 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW, Atlanta, GA 30313-1827
Fee: Age 2 and over – $12.50
I think Spring is a perfect season to visit Zoo Atlanta! The weather is still warm enough to enjoy outdoor activities and yet cool enough that you won’t get heat stroke walking in the Zoo.
It’s a shame that we haven’t been back to the Zoo since we first visited when we just moved here 3 years ago! I know.. Maybe this year we will make it back there.
The Zoo Atlanta knows how to handle kids during Spring break because they already have many fun plans for kids to do if you visit during the break.
Address: 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA
Fee: Adults-$19.99, Kids-$14.99
World of Coca-Cola
Whose kids don’t like to drink soda? Ok.. Don’t answer me that because it will make me feel like such a bad mom for letting them to even set foot to the Taste It! room in the World of Coca-Cola. But seriously! I think the Taste It! room is a great cultural learning experience for kids and adults. It gives us the opportunity to taste what people in the other parts of the world enjoy.
Address: 121 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30313-1807
Fee: Adults – $15, Children (3-12) – $10, Childrent (2 and under) – Free
Georgia Aquarium is probably one of the top attractions in Atlanta. So keep in mind that you might plan to go there at the same time as other thousands families who also have a break.. Just a thought! I have been to the Georgia Aquarium a few times already and every time I feel like I don’t have enough time! It’s HUGE.
There are several favorites moment in the Georgia Aquarium that I would love to go back and visit there again in a heart beat. You know what will be even cooler? If I can have a sleepover in the Aquarium. Wait! I can.. Check out site for more detail information.
Address: 225 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Fee: Adults – $26, Children (3-12) – $19.50
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Spring has sprung! And it’s time to visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden. I have to admit that I didn’t really think the Botanical Garden will be fun for kids. But after check out their website and I see so many classes provided for kids and family. I’m convinced that this will one of a must-see destination for my kids.
Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30309
Fee: Adults – $15, Children (3-12) – $12