Top Travel Destinations with Kids
At Atlanta Parent, we love to travel with our kids. Check out some of our favorite places. We include tips on things to do, what to eat, where to go and more.
Chattanooga is one big playground for families. Enjoy the Incline Railway, Rock City, Creative Discovery Museum and more in this nearby, tourist friendly city.
Just a few hours west of Atlanta, travel to the “Magic City” for the weekend. Enjoy walking through Sloss Furnaces, picnicking at Vulcan Park, taking a photo at the color tunnel.
This beach community is a sparkling jewel on the Emerald Coast. The beach, of course, and daily dips in the Gulf are the big draw. Nature lovers will want to visit Henderson Beach State Park for wildlife-watching, an easy hike or a picnic.
Music City, AKA Nashville, is full of fun, history and good eats. It’s an easy four-hour drive from metro Atlanta. Make sure not to miss Adventure Science Center, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Loveless Café.
Asheville is full of fun, nature and good eats — and it’s an easy three-hour drive from Atlanta. Don’t miss these things to do on your next visit.
There’s more to Orlando than just that magical mouse – or Harry Potter. Legoland‘s relaxed, family-friendly fun was the elixir needed to mend past theme park damages.
New Fantasyland, the largest expansion to the Magic Kingdom theme park in decades, goes beyond the walls of Cinderella’s Castle and brings the other Disney princesses into the park. The centerpiece of New Fantasyland is Snow White’s The Seven Dwarf Mine Train featuring train cars that swing back and forth.
Stay at the Walt Disney World resorts, divide and conquer, get your FastPass first, as soon as you enter the park, and more advice for first timers.
There are so many great, kid-friendly places to travel within a few hours of Atlanta. Ride on a train, splash in a water park, visit wild animals and more at these fun places.
Beyond the Southeast
Philadelphia is a walkable city with an excellent public bus system and lots of fun to offer families. We learned about our national history, saw awesome folk art, went to the most unique museum we’ve ever seen, and more. Plan for stops at these fun places.
Taking a road trip with the kids to experience the national parks can be unforgettable. We share our 5 favorite national parks throughout the United States.
An Alaskan cruise may be the perfect vacation for your family. There’s fun for all ages on the cruiseship and the scenery is breath-taking. Kids and parents alike will enjoy hiking, rock climbing, biking, and fishing.
It’s all about the clear blue water of the Caribbean – swimming, sailing, snorkeling, kayaking. It’s building sandcastles, watching sunsets and enjoying the slower pace of island living in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
What a delight it is to wander through Vermont with kids. Explore the funky college town, Burlington, and get your fill of ice cream, syrup, and cheese throughout the Green Mountain State.