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Babyland General Hospital – Now your kids can pick their favorite cabbage patch doll straight from the source. See a Cabbage Patch baby born, and roam the store full of other toys and fun surprises.

CREATE ATL – Family-oriented programming led by the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and High Museum of Art will feature various free activities beginning at 1 p.m. every Sunday, including family festivals, art-making activities, interactive musical story times, composers-in-training sessions, instrument making, drop-in acting classes and more.

Eat at a local restaurant – Well, your meal won’t be free – but the kids can eat free if you follow our handy guide. Be sure to tell us of any non-chain, locally-owned establishment that isn’t listed!

Little Shop of Stories – Little Shop of Stories is every mom’s dream. It’s a book store that engages kids of all ages, with awesome murals, great books, a play section and tons of scheduled events.

Mountain Crossings – The building was completed in 1937, the same year that the Appalachian Trail was completed, and it marks the only covered part of the trail….the AT runs right through the building.

Outside Fun

Autrey Mill – Autrey Mill has over 2 miles of nature trails that feature a walk through a hardwood forest to pine forest. There is plenty to explore with bridges, an outlook, a farmer’s attempt to discover gold, foundations stones of the old mill, plus benches and pavilions.

Bear Hollow Zoo – It’s in Athens, but worth a visit if you’re in the area. Kids can see bears, eagles, and other animals up close. On Saturdays, families can visit from 1 – 4pm for live animal encounters.

Big Trees Forest Preserve – There are hiking trails, streams, bridges, wildflowers, and towering trees. This unassuming forest in Sandy Springs is hidden from most passers-by because the entrance is in a parking lot of a local office building.

Denton Branch Falls – This is one of my favorite falls in Georgia, so don’t tell anyone! The hike is only 2/10 of a mile, but the falls are so gorgeous it’s worth a visit. You can swim at the bottom of the falls, and escape for the day.

Dunwoody Nature Center – We usually start at the treehouse, then make our rounds along the board walk. We’ll play at the playground and finish up that trail, which ends back at the creek.

Folk Art Garden – It’s about an acre of miniature castles, homes, and such…all painstakingly built of pebbles, shells, ceramic tile, glass, and cement. There are about 50 structures of varying sizes gathered between plants and shrubs to look like a fairytale village. The tallest one is maybe four feet!

Georgia Guidestones – The Georgia Guidestones are a roadside attraction, not a destination in and of themselves. Catch them on your way to Watson Mill Bridge State Park or Richard B Russell State Park.

Goats on the Roof –It’s a gift shop…a restaurant with fudge and ice cream…and an arcade. But you really go for the goats. They walk along the roofs of the building complex.

Labyrinth in Rome – Right up the hill is the Rome Visitor Center where you can learn about several other places to visit, like Berry College or Ridge Ferry Park. Rome is worth a day of exploration (or more!)

Living Walls Atlanta – You might have noticed a series of masterful new murals springing up over Atlanta. These are part of a new program in the city: Living Walls Atlanta. Their mission is to educate and change the perspective about communities via street art.

Lullwater Creek – Lullwater Park is a haven for kids, with an old mill to see, a 210 ft long suspension bridge to cross, mini water falls to behold, and much to explore.

MLK National Historic Site – See the Civil Rights Hall of Fame, tour the Visitor Center, visit Ebenezer Baptist Church where Dr. King preached. Visit Dr. King’s tomb, see the Eternal Flame, visit the first integrated fire station, and tour Dr. King’s boyhood home.

Newman Wetlands Center – I encourage you to go early in the morning to enjoy the birds and turtles and fish before the day gets hot. The visitor center has several great displays, and there is a half-mile boardwalk around the pond.

Noah’s Ark – Noah’s Ark is an animal rehab location south of the city, and it is also an orphanage. Admission is free to see all sorts of animals (including the famous Bear, Lion and Tiger that live together, ) but consider a donation while you are there.

Oakland Cemetery – The flowers are bursting with color, and they look magnificent against the aging tombstones of our cities historical figures. Bring a picnic and explore!

Paper Mill Ruins – Sope Creek is an easy trail for the kids with much to explore. There is a man made lake, a creek with gorgeous rocks and water (a fun place to throw rocks in the summer, ) and mill ruins.

Reynolds Nature Preserve – There are 146 acres here, three trails (two are 1 mile and a third is 1.5 miles.) The trails are easy for younger kiddos, but the habitats are diverse enough to keep older ones engaged also.

Ride the Atlanta Streetcar. It’s free through the end of the year. You can stop at the MLK Historic Site and also have lunch in Sweet Auburn Market.

Sandy Springs Playable Art Park – Enjoy six art installations, all for kids to play on and crawl over. One is a swing set; the rest are primarily for climbing, sliding, and having fun.

Sandy Springs Turtle Tours – A boardwalk and small garden at The Heritage are wonderful. It’s a fun place for some (reserved) water play in summer. It’s also a great “short hike” for little legs on a winter afternoon. You can go at any time; you don’t have to wait for a Turtle Tour!

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