(I am late to the party with the April challenge of posting every day (except Sunday) on A to Z, so I will be catching up over the next few days. Thanks to Ann at Travel Turtle for posting about this, so fun!)
For A it seemed like a no brainer to blog about the very city we live in, the city we call home, the place that we happily return to after our days away, despite our reluctance to end our vacations and get back to the real world.
How fortunate we are that we can do just that in a city that we happen to think is full of so much to offer for not only families but tourists of all descriptions!
So, in no particular order, find out what we love about Atlanta, and what we recommend all visitors – and residents – check out!
Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, High Museum of Art, The Ted (for a Braves game), The Dome (for a Falcons game), Stone Mountain, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Piedmont Park, Legoland Discovery Center, Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Slightly off the beaten path (and some a little outside the city center):
Fernbank Science Center, Skyview Atlanta, Southeastern Railway Museum, Center for Puppetry Arts, Bremen Museum, Oakland Cemetery, Carter Center, Etowah Indian Mounds, Tellus Science Museum, Dunwoody Nature Center, Chattahoochee Nature Center, Babyland General Hospital, The Southern Museum and INK Children’s Museum.
We may like our tea sweet and our pace of life slow but one thing that can’t be said about the ATL is that there isn’t anything to do here, especially for families!
Check back to see what else we will have on our A to Z Challenge!