World of Coca-Cola
For most children, the best part about visiting the World of Coca-Cola is the tasting room at the end, where you can sample Coke products from around the world. Also don’t miss the Vault of the Secret Formula where the legendary recipe for Coca-Cola is secured. Adults, $16; ages 3-12, $12; younger than 3, free. 121 Baker St., Atlanta; 404-676-5151;

The Varsity
Each day, two miles of hot dogs, a ton of onions and 300 gallons of chili are made from scratch at Atlanta’s own drive in. It’s an experience your children will not forget, and will soon have them yelling “One naked dog walking, mom!” 61 North Ave., Atlanta; 404-881-1706.

The Big Chicken
Located at the intersection of Cobb Parkway and Roswell Road, the Big Chicken stands in front of a Kentucky Fried Chicken. It was constructed in 1956 and underwent a renovation in 2017. A local Marietta landmark, the 56-foot-tall steel bird cannot be missed. 12 Cobb Pkwy N., Marietta; 770-422-4716.

Inside CNN Studio Tour
The tour begins with a ride on the world’s largest freestanding escalator. You and your child will then try your hand at delivering the news and weather from behind the desk. Adults, $15; ages 13-18, $14; ages 4-12, $12; under 4, free. 190 Marietta St., Atlanta; 404-827-2300.

65+ Things to Do in Atlanta with Kids
We’ve rounded up our favorite things to do divided into the four main geographical areas of the Atlanta metro area.

-Teresa Farkas

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