Atlanta has it all for kids. Look at the wide variety of fun places to visit for kids of all ages. They will want to visit these places time and time again. No time for boredom in Atlanta. Following are links to kids' favorite places to visit in Atlanta.
Zoo Atlanta is 北京福彩网 to nearly 1,000 animals - large, small, furry, scaly, feathered, hoofed, winged, striped, horned. They live among the trees, in the hills, alongside streams and watering holes, in naturalistic habitats that look and feel like their 北京福彩网s in the wild.
American Adventures, located right next door to Six Flags White Water, is Georgia's only amusement park created especially for families with kids up to the age of 12.
Open the doors to discover a world of dinosaurs. artifacts, science interactives, shells, wildlife, IMAX films and more.
World of Coca-Cola
See, hear and taste the magical story of Coca-Cola - the world's most popular soft-drink - at World of Coca-Cola. It's a truly unique experience that lets you celebrate the history, as well as sample the future of this incredible soft drink legend.
Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts
Enjoy great shows, fun puppet-making workshops, fascinating Museum tours and lots more.
Six Flags Over Georgia announces the South's ONLY flying roller coaster SUPERMAN - ULTIMATE FLIGHT debuting spring 2002. Take flight on this cutting edge next-generation roller coaster. Defy the laws of gravity as you dive head first through high banked curves, spirals and a first-ever pretzel shaped inverted loop!
Georgia Aquarium opened on November 23rd as the Worldï¿½s Largest Aquarium. With 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water, and more than 100,000 animals representing 500 species from around the globe, youï¿½re sure to see things you've never seen before!
There are 60 habitats at the Georgia Aquarium with 12,000 square feet of viewing windows. The acrylic used in the windows weighs a total of 328 tons. The largest habitat holds 6.2 million gallons of water and measures 263ï¿½ long x 126ï¿½ wide x 33ï¿½ deep, at its largest points. It was specially designed to house whale sharks along side ten of thousands of other animals that typically live along a coral reef and out to the open ocean. The Georgia Aquarium boasts a 100 foot long tunnel and one of the largest aquarium windows in the world with views into whale shark habitat. The second largest habitat, 800,000 gallons, was specially designed to simulate the natural habitat of beluga whales.