8 Quirky Things to Do in Atlanta for Family Fun

Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)

Explore the celebration of design in the Southeast's only museum exclusively dedicated to design, offering exhibits on the power of design and showcasing designers of all kinds.

College Football Hall of Fame

Experience interactive exhibits and hands-on activities at this museum dedicated to college football, regardless of whether you're a football fan, offering activities like kicking field goals and singing karaoke.

Atlanta Beltline

Enjoy a diverse range of activities on this 11-mile multi-use trail, from walking and people-watching to dining and skateboarding, while appreciating the politically-motivated graffiti art and city views.

Oakland Cemetery

Discover the unique history of this cemetery, which doubles as a park, and participate in special tours to learn about notable figures buried there, such as golfer Bobby Jones and writer Margaret Mitchell.

Tiny Doors Atlanta

Embark on a scavenger hunt to find miniature art installations throughout the city, known as Tiny Doors Atlanta, adding a fun and artistic element to your exploration of Atlanta.

Woodruff Park

Take advantage of the Game Cart at this downtown park, offering free board games and sporting equipment, along with playgrounds, fitness stations, and free Wi-Fi.

Shoot The Hooch

Experience tubing on the Chattahoochee River, a quintessential Atlantan activity, especially enjoyable during the hot summer months, with the option to bring along drinks and music for a relaxed river adventure.

The World of Coca-Cola

Dive into the history of Coca-Cola at this museum, where you can learn about the iconic company's origins, development, and global impact, and taste unlimited Coca-Cola products from around the world