Family & Pets
Like most families with young children, finding educational, interesting and affordable entertainment is never easy. Atlanta’s eclectic and cultured history makes it possible for families to enjoy museums. Each museum has its own theme and family-fun experience. To maximize your visits, have a family vote on what each of you wants to experience and get there. None of these museums will disappoint.
If the spring showers foil your outdoor plans, consider checking out one of the many interesting museum exhibits in Atlanta this season. From the High Museum of Art Atlanta to Emory’s Michael C. Carlos museum, there are plenty of options for interesting experiences.
Whether you stick with flowers and candy or you want something a bit more unusual, there are plenty of great places to purchase a Mother’s Day gift in Atlanta. We have chosen some of our favorites for your last-minute shopping crunch.
Looking to get or stay in shape? No need to leave the kids behind. Many local Atlanta fitness centers now provide fantastic child care options for kids as young as six weeks old.
Each year, over one million anglers hit the lakes, rivers, streams and ponds of Georgia and surrounding states to fish and enjoy the outdoors. Check out these great places to “cast your line” near Atlanta.
Atlanta is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the South. Here are some trails that are safe for the entire family.
You’ve filed and paid your taxes, so it’s time to celebrate!
Dogs really are man’s best friend, here are some Atlanta dog parks where you and your dog can spend some time together in the outdoors.
If you are staying in town for spring break 2015, blogger Meghan Cooper gives her picks for activities to do with the kids.
There is no happier image than a puppy that is ready to go meet some friends at the dog park. We’ve chosen some of the best places to take your pooch for a day out in Atlanta.