The beauty of Georgia travel is that one minute you can be in the heart of a bustling city and the next, you're surrounded by butterflies on a nature complex. Have you visited attractions in Georgia for kids? Rate your visit
Attractions in Georgia for Kids:
- Callaway Gardens
Nature is at its best on 14,000 acres of trails, flower gardens and butterflies all around. Located about an hour southwest of Atlanta.
- Centennial Olympic Park
Located in downtown Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park spans 21 acres and was built for the Centennial 1996 Summer Olympics. It's a great place to throw a frisbee in the summer or ice skate outdoors in the winter.
- CNN Studio Tour
See the inner workings of CNN as the news happens. Ever wanted to play weatherman? Step in front of the chroma key wall to star in your own forecast.
- Georgia Aquarium
The world's largest aquarium features 8 million gallons of water and a variety of sea creatures. The aquarium is in the heart of Atlanta.
- Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta
Hands-on learning and imaginative play areas are specifically designed for kids 8 and under. Water play and painting fun are some of the permanent exhibits with temporary exhibits rotating several times through the year.
- Wild Animal Safari
Zebras, giraffes and ostriches roam the grounds of Wild Animal Safari in Pine Mountain, Georgia. About 45 minutes from Columbus, families ride through the park in buses, vans or your own car for face-to-face encounters with exotic animals.
- The World of Coca-Cola
Right next to the Georgia Aquarium, you'll find another can't-miss attraction. The World of Coca-Cola is a monstrous building filled with memorabilia, old commercials, robotic bottling simulations and more than 60 sodas you can taste from around the world.