Bring kids to Atlanta and experience the unique offerings this gorgeous city has to offer. Let children explore the World of Coca Cola and take in the beauty of Olympic park. Any family is sure to enjoy this day exploring some of the sites that only Atlanta has to offer.
Please note that this is not an itinerary submitted by an actual family. This day was planned by one of our travel experts as a recommendation for a family of children with ages 4 through late teens, based on knowledge of the city. Factors such as time, cost and distance have been considered to make this a great day to get a sense of the city and keep the children and teens interested and engaged.
Address: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA
Hours: Sunday – Thursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Admission: Adults – $16, Children – $12
Explore the history of the world’s most popular soft drink at the World of Coca-Cola. Start your journey in the lobby where you will see several Coca-Cola bottles made of materials from around the world. Listen to a medley of Coke jingles from the last 60 years as you walk through the area. The Coca-Cola Loft features a collection of advertising artifacts dating as far back as 1896. Learn about the company’s well-known advertisements in the Happiness Factory Theater, which plays a film featuring the characters of the Coca-Cola’s current advertising campaign. Children will enjoy posing for a picture with the Coca-Cola mascot, the famous polar bear. Watch the interesting bottling process at the Bottle Works exhibit and stop by the Vault of the Secret Formula, an interactive exhibit on the mystique of the secret formula. Make sure to stop by the Coca-Cola store on your way out for thousands of Coca-Cola themed products.
Address: 265 Park Ave West N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30313-1591
Hours: 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Escape the city and relax in this beautiful 21-acre park in downtown Atlanta. Centennial Olympic Park hosts a number of events including concerts and fireworks. The Fountain of Rings is the centerpiece of the park and is one of the most photographed landmarks in Georgia. This interactive fountain displays the Olympic Ring symbol and features computer-controlled lights and jets of water synchronized with music. There are water shows four times a day (12:30 pm, 3:30 pm, 6:30 pm and 9:00 pm). The fountain also forms a splash pad for children to jump around in on hot days. Make sure to check the event page before your visit to the park to see what may be happening during your visit.