Center For Puppetry Arts
Whatever age you are, if you have a love of theater, Atlanta is a great place to be. From the suburbs to downtown, there are plenty of ways to get involved.
If this summer turns out anything like the constant monsoon of 2013, you’ll need to have some plans for those long, rainy days. Whether you’re with your family or on your own, there are plenty of ways to enjoy your day without feeling like you’re stuck inside.
Not everyone wants to spend Super Bowl Sunday glued to the television, and kids may have an especially hard time maintaining their attention spans through the long game. Consider these alternative activities for the big day.
When repeated performances of “Rain, Rain Go Away” don’t seem to be altering the clouds swirling in the distance, families can seek refuge in a number of Atlanta destinations that are conveniently housed indoors. There’s no need to let a little precipitation spoil all of the fun.
Atlanta will play host to a number of reading events this summer, specially designed for pint-sized page turners and literati of the littlest kind.
May 1st is the time to enjoy the returning warmth of spring. There will be flowers, puppets, butterflies, scavenger hunts and other ways to enjoy.
If you’ve got an aspiring actor or actress in your home, you’re going to want to take them somewhere that will help their creativity blossom. There are a lot of options to choose from. Our list of the best theater for kids in Atlanta includes Center For Puppetry Arts, Cobb Children’s Theatre and the Atlanta Children’s Theatre.
Whether you’re looking for the whimsical or classical, Atlanta has an art museum for you and your family.
Here’s our picks for great places to stimulate your kids intellectually.
Atlanta has great things for kids that will keep them entertained and experiencing a fun overload.