If you’re celebrating fall break or simply exploring the city, Atlanta’s main attractions are offering a discount this season that you don’t want to miss!
Center for Civil and Human Rights – The Center for Civil and Human Rights is a powerful new addition to Atlanta. It marries the civil rights crusades with today’s global human rights movement. While these can be difficult topics to discuss with children, the Center offers an excellent contribution toward that conversation. Through Nov. 14, 2015, children 7-10 years old can enjoy a 50 percent discount on admission. Kids will also enjoy story time at 11 a.m., 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Don’t forget to read the Family Guide before you go; it was a treasured resource during my own visit with the boys.
World of Coca-Cola – Residents of Coke’s home state have cause to celebrate. Through the end of October 2015, Georgia residents receive discount admission to World of Coca-Cola. Georgia residents can receive two general admission tickets for $25, a total savings of $7. That’s more than 20 percent off regular adult admission! It’s only available at the walk-up window (not online,) and you’ll have to show proof of residency. See the WOCC website for more details.
Georgia Aquarium – Now through Oct. 23 save 20 percent on walk-up pricing at the Georgia Aquarium when you purchase your ticket in advance online. But wait, there’s more! Kids get a FREE meal with one side and a drink. Make sure to get your tickets in advance because this offer is not available at the ticketing window.
Looking for more affordable options in Atlanta? Be sure to visit our HUGE list of FREE things to do in Atlanta with kids.