5 Free (or Cheap) Hikes for Thanksgiving Weekend

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Thanksgiving Hikes in Atlanta

You’ve feasted on turkey, cheered during football, and succumb to a tryptophan-induced nap. What else can you accomplish over the extended Thanksgiving break? I recommend a “Goldilocks” hike. You know, not too short and not too long….it has to be just right. In addition to easing any guilt over that extra slice of pecan pie, it’s the perfect way to enjoy Fall’s weather and spend time with the kids. Here are five of my family’s favorite hikes for Thanksgiving. Bonus: They are all free (or cheap!)

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Nancy’s Pizza

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Disclosure: I was blessed to receive a gift card to try out Nancy’s Pizza, in exchange for this review and giveaway.  All opinions and tasteless jokes are all my own.

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So a few things you should know about me.  Yes, I’m a full-fledged Georgia girl.  Period.  And my husband has lived in Atlanta longer than I’ve been alive.  However, he is from Chicago.  His family is from Chicago, and he has roots in Chicago.  Thus, in the last ten years, I’ve been immersed in a few things “Chicago”, including the cuisine.

Enter: Chicago-style pizza.

We ventured over to the Buckhead location the other day after Saturday Mass, and gave Nancy’s Pizza a try.    I’d had a hankering for deep dish pizza ever since our last trip there in 2007.  So deep dish was long overdue.

But first, we started off with appetizers: cheesy bread sticks!  What can I say, I’m a sucker for bread products you dunk in a delicious tomato sauce.

For the main course, the kids and hubs split a medium thin crust pizza, half sausage, half cheese.  There was nothing left.

And I indulged in my small cheese deep dish.  Holy Mary, motherofpizza!  Yep, it hit the spot – it was the perfect combo of deep and tomato sauce and cheese.  …nevermind the calorie count…Nancys-Pizza-Collage

Because we had a few bucks left on our gift card, we treated the kids to cinnamon sticks.  Ok, fine.  Those ooey-gooey morsels of delicousness were for all of us.  The kids just *happened* to be present at the time we were passing them out.

Overall, we were quite pleased with our experience at Nancy’s Pizza in Buckhead.  The service was friendly, and the atmosphere was fun, and family-friendly.

And who would I be if I didn’t share their coupons with you, huh?  Currently, you can get $2 off any size deep dish pizza, good through 12-31-14.  And one more piece of awesome trivia: Nancy’s Pizza’s midtown location recently launched a mobile app (iOS and Android) where you can order on the go, AND there’s coupons to go along with it!  I suspect there will be mobile apps for more locations, coming VERY soon!

P.S.  My apologies.  You’ll have to settle for partial portions in pictures, and stock photos from Nancy’s Buckhead, as my family was too eager to dig in and eat, before “blog-worthy” photos could be had.

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Would you like a chance to win a $50 Nancy’s Pizza giftcard?  It’s simple, first, comment below with which location you’re likely to frequent, or tell me which menu item looks most appealing to you.  Then, fill out the Rafflecoptor form below.  Come back daily for entries, to increase your chance of winning.  Giveaway ends 10-20-14. Good luck y’all!

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Georgia Kids’ Gear

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I must admit, one of my new favorite aspects of the beginning of college football season is scrolling through my Facebook feed, and looking at all the adorable kids in their adorable Georgia kids’ gear.  Starting out the next generation of fans typically happens at birth, sometimes even as early as the baby shower, especially here in the South. Bulldog fans are no different! Whether the little tykes are outfitted in cute Onesies or drinking their juice from a sippy cup, it should have the Georgia “G” all over it! Next time you make JELL-O for the big game, check out this Go Dawgs Mold Kit! Bring on football and another winning season for the University of Georgia!

Not a Dawgs fan?  (GASP!??!)  You can typically find your team within these links – just click on the item of choice, and you should be able to find your team there as well.

Georgia Kids' Gear - Jello Mold
JELL-O Dessert Mold Kit, University of Georgia $5.98

Georgia Kids' Gear - Dawgopoly
University of Georgia Dawgopoly $16.84

Georgia Kids' Gear
Baby Fanatic Security Bear Blanket, University of Georgia $14.99

Georgia Kids' Gear
University of Georgia Bulldogs Crystal Onesie & Leg Warmers $35

Georgia Kids' Gear - bib, bottle, and paci set
Baby Fanatic Gift Set, University of Georgia $13.57

Georgia Kids' Gear - sippy cup
NCAA Georgia Bulldogs Infant Sippy Cup  “Future Dawg” $7.88

Georgia Kids' Gear - diaper bag
Georgia Bulldogs Diaper Bag Official  $59.99

Georgia Kids' Gear - onesie dress
Georgia Bulldogs Baby Onesie Dress $21.99

Georgia Kids' Gear - bed set
University Of Georgia Bulldogs Bedding Set $125


Georgia Bulldogs Long Sleeve Performance BMX Jersey Boys $19.99

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--Barbara

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Six Flags discount tickets from Pantech Mobile + Giveaway

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Pantech Mobile is at it again – partnering up to offer you  Six Flags discount tickets on your next visit to the park.  Through August 21, you can get $13 off your Six Flags over Georgia ticket when you stop by any AT&T store and ask for a Six Flags coupon.  If you happen to be over on the west coast,  There’s no purchase necessary, just present the coupon at the gate for discounted admission!  You can find store locations at PantechUSA.

Speaking of Pantech, I was recently given a Pantech Vybe™ to try out.  I was super-excited to try a device that took me out of my comfort zone.  …um, let’s just say I’ve long been a user of a particular -erm- fruity phone brand.  😉    As with any new device, there was a slight learning curve that came with the Vybe, but once I got the hang of it, it was pretty sweet.  I could see the Pantech Vybe being a great device for a teen or tween, as the slide out full Qwerty keyboard makes typing super-easy.  The small design allows it to easily fit in your pocket – even small women’s pants pockets.  (Ladies, ever notice what limited space some of our pants have?!)  The rugged back insures it won’t slip out of even the fumbliest of hands – I will attest to that first-hand!Six-Flags-Discount-Tickets_Pantech-Vybe-Collage

Best of all, it really held its charge well.  Seriously, y’all.  I honestly left this out and on while I was out of town for 8 days, and it barely made a dent in the battery.  Granted, it was sitting idle, but still!

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Would you like to win a Pantech Vybe and a set of four tickets to Six Flags? It’s simple: first, comment below (twice) telling me what you like about the Pantech Vybe. Then leave a seperate comment telling me what you’d like most to do at Six Flags. Then, fill out the form below. You can comment, tweet, and “share” daily for additional entries. Good luck y’all!

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--Barbara

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5 Cool Facts About IKEA + Win $100 Ikea gc

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Cool Facts About IKEA

I was recently blessed to attend a blogger event at IKEA, where we toured the store and learned about some super-cool new tidbits about the store.  In addition to getting to spend some time with my ahh-mazing local blogger pals (seriously, Atlanta has some of the very best!), we gained a deeper knowledge of the store -including the new catalog – and the kids had fun as well.

So, in my opinion IKEA items tend to sell themselves.  I mean, who wouldn’t want a house full of the super-slick items you see in the IKEA catalog, right?  So, I figured I would share some cool facts about IKEA, much like I did with recently Chick-fil-a.  Who knows, you may just learn something in the process.  (P.S.  Have you signed up for your IKEA catalog?  When you do, you’ll be able to download a coupon for a FREE entree at the IKEA restaurant!)

  1. Outreach – One thing I learned about the Atlanta IKEA store is their sponsorship of Wellspring Living.  This is an organization that serves as a restoration program for teenage girls who are victims of DMST.  They offer housing, therapy, and security to young girls, giving them hope and a fresh start – offering them lift skills, therapy, education, and confidence.  So knowing IKEA support such a great cause only makes me want to shop there even more.  Additionally, IKEA has partnered with over 30 other organizations around the world, as part of their IKEA foundation.IKEA - Wellspring Living logo
  2. “No Two Snowflakes are Alike” – Nor or any two IKEA home departments the same.  Each tailors their stores to the demands of its’ market.  The Atlanta store has researched its shoppers, and built home sets to reflect the needs of Atlanta area shoppers.  For example, there are pseudo-balconies in the Atlanta store (and they’re as tricked out as you’d expect an IKEA balcony to be!) – but you won’t find that in areas where a balcony wouldn’t be in practical use for much of the year, like up North.  Each store will have five “rooms” set up to reflect the current catalog, and that will be universal in every IKEA location, but the rest is customized for the store’s specific location.  So each store brings its own adventure!
  3. Mattresses – Okay, not to get all sales-pitchy or anything, but …..did you know IKEA sold mattresses?!?  Yep.  Mattresses.  At IKEA!  And they’ve got standard spring mattresses, as well as comfy-cushy foam mattresses.  Wanna hear cool?  Many of the foam mattresses come all rolled up, like a little burrito – so getting it home is a wee bit easier.  That means no more holding your hand out the window, holding on to that bulky mattress atop your car – while driving with the other hand, all while praying praying praying.  😉  Oh – and there’s this whole 25 year limited warranty, as well as a 90 day love-it-or-exchange-it policy.  Why wouldn’t you get your next mattress here, y’all?!?IKEA mattresses
  4. Family Matters – What’s the easiest way to enjoy deeper savings at IKEA?  Join, and then utilize their FREE membership service: IKEA Family.  In addition to discounts throughout the store (and each month there are new discounts), you enjoy membership perks like extra time for children in the Småland Play Area, you can snag a complimentary coffee or hot tea in the restaurant, BOGO frozen yogurt when you join, and a chance to win a $100 gift card when you swipe your card.  And an added, little known perk?  You get discounts to local events and attractions, like Cirque de Soule, Atlantic Station, and more.IKEA-family-kiosk_ProductReviewMom-com.jpg
  5. Good Grub! – So we’re all well-aware of IKEA’s wildly famous Swedish meatballs, right?  Welp, they’ve got an arsenal of other melt-in-your-mouth treats for you to enjoy, including their cinnamon rolls.  And the coffee – well, did you know it’s trackable?  Yep.  As UTZ Certified Coffee, you can trace it, so you know precisely where it came from.  Further, in keeping with IKEA’s philanthropic roots, for every healthy kids meal purchased, IKEA donates $1 towards Feeding America – and starting at $1.99, everyone wins there!

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Now, would you like to enter for a chance to win a $100 gift card to IKEA?  The giveaway will run from August 1 through August 31.  It’s super-simple.  First, comment below, sharing what you would MOST like from the IKEA 2015 catalog.  Then, fill out the form below.

Good luck y’all!

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--Barbara

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UFC Gym Perimeter – Kids Kick Some Butt! + Giveaway

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This is a sponsored post with Mums the Word Network and UFC Gym Perimeter. All opinions, however, are completely my own.

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Today, my daughter Carol and I worked together to kick some butt.  Well, sorta.  We were invited to attend a special session at UFC Gym Perimeter, to try out their new kids program.  She was elated by the experience.  Not only did we get to peruse through the equipment before class began, but she also got to test out a pair of boxing gloves and a super-cool tech-y punching bag.

At UFC Gym, boys and girls learn self-defense, self-confidence and discipline while having fun in a safe and entertaining group class format. It’s also a great way for them to burn energy and have fun!  Taught by a staff of rockstar, attentive professionals, UFC Gym Perimeter kids classes help your little one learn self-confidence, coordination, discipline and self-defense.  Plus, it’s fun!UFC Gym Perimeter Kids Class

The class began with the kids warming up  for 15 minutes, using fun stretching and cardio races to hold the interest of the wide age range of the kids attending.  The highlight for Carol, of course, was the whole class getting in to “The Cage” for more fun and games (and excerise, but don’t tell her that part!), including planks, squats, and fun-and-friendly boxing moves.  The class concluded with a cool down stretch and a game.  Seriously, Carol. had. a. blast.  In the week since, every time we drive in that direction, she asks if we’re going to “the fun gym” so she can “play games again”. [Read more…]

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--Barbara

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Free and Frugal Ways to Beat the Heat Around Atlanta – Part 2

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Free and Frugal Ways to Beat the Heat in Atlanta

They don’t call it “Hotlanta” for nothing, that’s for sure. Although Summer 2013 was drenched considerably with rain for the Atlanta area, who knows what’s in store for this summer!? Hot, humid seemingly-never-ending heat seems par for the course in the southeast, come June, July, and August.

But that doesn’t mean you have to suffer! Atlanta is home to quite a few fun, free, and frugal ways to stay cool during the dog days of summer. Be prepared with this extensive list of free and frugal ways to beat the heat around Atlanta this summer!

I’ve broken the guide in to three parts: splash parks/pads, water parks and attractions, and indoor places.
Check out these aquatic centers and attractions. While some are not necessarily “frugal”, it may be worth a shot to mix it up during the summer heat, offering a special treat for the family:

  • Cumming Aquatic Center offers classes, lessons and more – there’s something for everyone here. Features include several different levels of diving boards, indoor and outdoor pools, and opportunities for intense swimming and diving lessons. The outdoor facilities are open during the summer, from May through September, and features a slide, a lazy river, and a play structure for children. The outdoor area also features four cabanas for birthday parties and three giant umbrellas for shade {FREE for kids 2 and under; up to $5 admission; or passes for longterm use}
  • Gwinnett Aquatic Centers, including the West Gwinnett Aquatic Center,offer walk-in pools, sprayers, slides, floating rivers, and more! With locations throughout the county, there’s bound to be a center near you. Please note: all pools are closed for maintenance 5-17-13 through 5-24-13. {Residents: $3.25 – $5.50; non-residents: $6.25 – $10.50}
  • Cherokee County Aquatic Center offers indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a super-cool water playground, two water slides, beach entry, pavilions, concessions, and more! There is also a special splash park at Cline Park as well. {FREE for kids 2 and under; up to $6 admission for adults and kids over age 2}

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    photo courtesy of Cherokee County Aquatics

  • Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Water Park or “Lanier World” will keep you occupied and entertained for at least an entire day! The Raging River sends older kids down rapid, complete with splashy turns. Wild Waves is the states largest wave pool (And it’s got a kid-size version, Wiggle Wave.) There’s also their splash park, Kiddie Lagoon; as well as a swim area and beach area. Then there’s the ultimate “floating playground” – Aquatic Adventures, along with several thrilling water slides for kids over 42″ tall. {FREE for kids 2 and under; children and adults range from $12 to $35}
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Lake Lanier Islands Beach and Water Park – photo courtesy of http://www.lakelanierislands.com

  • In addition to diving boards, shaded kiddie pool, and concession stand at Wills Park Pool, they also host “Dive-In Movie” nights during the summer! Located in Alpharetta. {$3/person/day}
  • Six Flags Over Georgia – Ok, yeah, not necessarily a water park, but they DO have a handful of good water rides.  They, um, always leave me with wet britches, at least.  And now, two words: Hurricane Harbor!  Discount tickets frequently available via local establishments, like McDonalds (online promo code: MCDatl to save up to $20) and from a good ol’ Coke can.
  • South Cobb Aquatic Center, located in Austell, is one of six aquatic centers in the county; it includes slides, diving boards, and a lazy river. {$2.12 – $4.50 daily admission}
  • Stone Mountain’s Geyser Towers is a great option for anyone over 32″ tall. With an intricate web of nets and tunnels, kids enjoy occasional splashes. {Individual Attraction Tickets: Adults: $14.00; Children (age 3-11): $14.00; OR Included in Adventure Pass & Mountain Membership}

  • And then there’s always White Water: with over 50 water different attractions, there’s something for everyone, including the 90 foot Free Fall for the adventurous types, and the wave pool and hooch river for everyone, and Captain Kids Cover for wee ones. {Buy tickets for just under $30, or group tickets for under $25}
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--Barbara

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Free and Frugal Ways to Beat the Heat in Atlanta – Inside

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beat the heat in Atlanta inside

They don’t call it “Hotlanta” for nothing, that’s for sure. Although Summer 2013 was drenched considerably with rain for the Atlanta area, who knows what’s in store for this summer!? Hot, humid seemingly-never-ending heat seems par for the course in the southeast, come June, July, and August.

But that doesn’t mean you have to suffer! Atlanta is home to quite a few fun, free, and frugal ways to stay cool during the dog days of summer. Be prepared with this extensive list of free and frugal ways to beat the heat around Atlanta this summer!

I’ve broken the guide in to three parts: splash parks/pads, water parks and attractions, and indoor places.

Don’t feel like being outdoors, even with the relief of water? Check out these great indoor places (think AC!).

  • Movie theaters around the Atlanta area frequently have summer specials. Check with your local theater for details.
  • Legoland offers discount tickets through August. Your kids will enjoy themselves, and you can cool off, and mmmmaybe do a little shopping all at once.
  • cruise around the mall. You’ll get a little exercise, and beat the heat all at once! (And run in to your favorite stores, and grab some extra Shopkick points, too!) The Mall of Georgia’s Village Pavillion Fountain is in front of the mall, near the food court and front entrance — so your kids can splash and play while you shop! My kids and I enjoyed quite a few “story time” sessions at the Disney Store at Perimeter Mall — and they even had a “rewards” card for repeat participants!
  • The Childrens Museum of Atlanta is FREE every second Tuesday on of the month, through the end of 2014. But if you don’t want to wait, it’s $12.75 for any one over the age of 1. (Call ahead for group discounts.)
  • Or visit your favorite indoor playgrounds, like KangaZoom, Catch Air, Hippo Hop, Jump Jump, or Monkey Joes — each frequently offer discounts through daily deal sites, like Groupon! Admission prices varies by location, but is typically under $10 per child, adults and children under one (non-walkers) are free.
  • The Cooler – go ice skating or roller skating in Alpharetta! They have “Learn to Ice Skate” camps this summer, as well as public skate times. Call or hop online to check. 10800 Davis Drive, Alpharetta 30090 678-897-4250
  • Let your kids romp around either of the two Atlanta locations of Superior Play Systems.  On Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 1 pm, kids can play at the big playset store to their hearts content.  It is literally a playset,  trampoline store, and other sports equipment store – and your kids can burn off some serious energy for three full hours twice a week – absolutely free.  (Except during school holidays, during which time admission is $6 per child. Still a great deal!)   Two locations: 1355 Stonefield Ct, Alpharetta GA 678-710-9237 OR 5463-A Goshen Springs Rd, Norcross GA 678-710-9238

Did I forget something? Do you have another favorite free or frugal way to beat the heat in Atlanta?  Do share! 🙂

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--Barbara

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Free and Frugal Ways to Beat the Heat Around Atlanta

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Free and Frugal Ways to Beat the Heat in Atlanta

They don’t call it “Hotlanta” for nothing, that’s for sure.  Although Summer 2013 was drenched considerably with rain for the Atlanta area, who knows what’s in store for this summer!? Hot, humid seemingly-never-ending heat seems par for the course in the southeast, come June, July, and August.

But that doesn’t mean you have to suffer!  Atlanta is home to quite a few fun, free, and frugal ways to stay cool during the dog days of summer.  Be prepared with this extensive list of free and frugal ways to beat the heat around Atlanta this summer!

I’ve broken the guide in to three parts: splash parks/pads, water parks and attractions, and indoor places.

Slather on the sunscreen, and bring your bathing suit to these awesome parks, all FREE, except where noted:

  • Centennial Olympic Park boasts a large “Fountain of Rings” for kids of all ages
  • Roswell’s Spraygrounds Parks (2 locations: Riverside Park and East Roswell Park, off Fouts Rd.) offer a cool relief from May (opens Memorail Day weekend) through September {$1/person/day – infants under 1 year, as well as adults NOT entering the water with paid children are FREE}
  • The Atlanta Beltline offers three distinct parks: Perkerson Park, D. H. Stanton Park, and Historic Fourth Ward.  Each are open daily May 1st through October 1st, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.  There’s a splash pad, as well as a disc golf course, playground, and several different sports fields, among other amenities — so there’ something for everyone!
  • Suwanee’s Town Center Park offers visitors a the largest interactive fountain in Gwinnett County.  They’v recently added sun shades to the fountain area, which should make for an even more pleasant stay.

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    Suwanee’s Town Center Park

 

  • Also in Gwinnett is the Town Green Fountain on Duluth’s Main street.  It’s also shaded, but perhaps better-suited for older kids because the interactive fountain tends to be high and powerful.
  • And don’t forget Piedmont Park’s Legacy Fountain.  Although currently under renovation, Legacy Fountain offers splash pad fun for kids.  {FREE}  And the Aquatics Center has a zero-entry pool area.  {$1-4 admission}

 

Piedmont Park  Photo courtesy of Un-Coordinated Mommy

Piedmont Park
Photo courtesy of Un-Coordinated Mommy

Check out ways to beat the heat with water parks and attractions, and indoor places.  Also, if you have further suggestions, bring ’em on, I’d love to hear from you!  🙂

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--Barbara

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LEGOLAND Discount Tickets!

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Have you had a chance to check out LEGOLAND? Did you know you can grab discount tickets to the LEGOLAND at Discovery Center in Atlanta? Yep, LEGOLAND discount tickets!

Normally, tickets run between $16 – $20. However, through Goldstar, you can get LEGOLAND discount tickets for just $12. You’ll have to act fast, since this deal is good only through the end of March 2014.

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta is like the world’s biggest box of LEGO blocks, with tons of activities for hours of colorful fun. Kids ages 3 to 10 and their families can learn building secrets from a Master Model Builder, be a part of the story in the 4D films, ride the Kingdom Quest and Merlin’s Apprentice rides, see iconic local landmarks in MINILAND and join the LEGO Fire Academy. Plus, you can play in the LEGO City Construction Site, a fun soft play area for younger builders. Take a break to refuel in the Cafe, and shop for souvenirs in the Discovery Center Shop.

Located at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta (3500 Peachtree Road Atlanta, GA 30326)

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--Barbara

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