Some kid-friendly things to do in Atlanta, Georgia, include watching a touring Broadway show at the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre, touring the Atlanta History Center and visiting the Centennial Olympic Park. Centennial Olympic Park, which features large green spaces and the Fountain of Rings for kids to play in, is close to other major attractions in Atlanta, such as the Georgia Aquarium and the Chick-fil-A Fan Experience.
At the Georgia Aquarium, families with children of at least 12 years old can experience swimming with whale sharks, wearing provided scuba gear. The cost for this "Journey with Gentle Giants" also covers the aquarium admission fee, the Dolphin Tales show and the 4-D Theater. Swimmers also receive a certificate, T-shirt and souvenir photo.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is another kid-friendly activity in Atlanta. In addition to puppet shows and a Jim Henson exhibition, the Center for Puppetry Arts also features puppet-making workshops, where children can create their own puppets with professional instruction.
For educational things to do with children, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and the Michael C. Carlos Museum are suitable attractions. At the former, children can learn about the civil rights movement and at the latter they can explore a range of exhibits, including ancient mummies.