100 Days of Summer: Week 2
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Starting on June 12, enjoy special summer entertainment and the nightly Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision at Stone Mountain Park’s Summer at the Rock. Performances include an action-packed Canine Thrill Show and an interactive magic show from Aaron Radatz, and experience attractions, such as Scenic Railroad, SkyHike and Summit Skyride.
Move in the company of cute creatures.
- Goat Yoga. For ages 15 and older. Serenbe Yoga + Bodyworks. Sat. and Sun.
- Family Zoo Yoga. For ages 4 and older. Zoo Atlanta. June 12 and July 10.
Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of science at Tellus Science Museum. Permanent exhibits include minerals, gemstones, fossils (the Fossil Dig reopens June 7), transportation technology and more. Special exhibits explore how science fiction became fact, space age inspired jewelry and how microorganisms work. Ages 8 and older can also participate in special archaeology events, available in June.
Bowl a strike at metro Atlanta bowling centers that participate in the Kids Bowl Free program, which gives registered kids two free games of bowling every day. Find bowling centers in Atlanta here.
Become a chocolatier for a day with Peterbrooke Chocolatier. Learn the history of chocolate, make your own truffles, decorate caramel apples, and dip cookies, pretzels and potato chips for delicious treats.
It’s Time to Paddle
Learn how to paddle, kayak, canoe and more with these experiences.
- Try out canoeing at Chattahoochee Nature Center’s Summer Family Canoe Days. Learn paddling techniques and equipment, participate in races, and play practice games.
- REI offers hiking trips, kayaking and paddleboard tours, classes on birding, biking, paddleboarding and more for the ultimate outdoorsy experience.
Sleep in the Trees
Spend a night in a treehouse for a unique staycation.