Discover The Family-Friendly Side of Atlanta At These Attractions: April 2015

One of the best things about being an Atlanta mom blogger is that I have a legit excuse to stay current with my favorite Atlanta attractions. It seems like I'm always planning my next family outing, which really makes me super happy. Come to think of it, the same goes for my new position as a Walt Disney World specialist on the Disney Parks Moms Panel -- I can stay current and visit as often as I can, all in the name of research. It's a win-win situation! 

Discover the family-friendly side of Atlanta at these attractions: April 2015 | Written by Atlanta mom blogger Classic Mommy! 

Atlanta is especially beautiful in spring, with bursts of color and restaurant patios just waiting to be filled. So without further ado, here are my top picks for family-friendly Atlanta attractions in April 2015. 

Atlanta Family-Friendly Events And Attractions In April 2015 

  • Atlanta History Center - Sheep to Shawl is baaaa-ck! Visit the Atlanta History Center on April 11 for this legen-dairy event that takes guests through the process of turning wool into woven cloths. 
  • Atlanta Botanical Garden - Atlanta Blooms! with more than 300,000 bulbs this month at Atlanta Botanical Garden, making this month the perfect time to explore this colorful urban oasis. Earth Day is April 22, so make sure to stop by the Atlanta Botanical Garden from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. for crafts, storytelling, and ladybug releases. If you have a child that is interested in amphibians, make sure to visit on a Saturday at 11 a.m. for the Frog Feeding in the Fuqua Conservatory lobby. 
  • Stone Mountain Park - Spring FUN Break is back April 4-11. This special event includes lots of springtime fun (FUN is in the name, right?) and even includes some new additions this year! You can enter to win 4 free Adventure Passes here on the Classic Mommy blog (very easy entry!) 
  • Fernbank Museum of Natural History - Celebrate The Power of Poison with a special Mad Hatter Tea Party on April 18. Take a self-guided tour through the special exhibition gallery to check out the Alice in Wonderland tea party scene, and catch a screening of the Disney animated classic in the auditorium. Guests are encouraged to dress up in costume and participate in a game of Poison Tic-Tac-Toe and make puppets with The Center for Puppetry Arts. 
  • World of Coca-Cola - If you call all soft drinks a "Coke," then you should probably check out World of Coca-Cola. It's more than just a museum or art gallery. You can learn about the beverage company's history and process, all while having a lot of fun! Make sure to download the World of Coca-Cola Explorer app before your visit to unlock even more fun on your visit. (Bonus: It's FREE!) 
  • Zoo Atlanta - Slimy Scaly Spectacular: The Amphibian and Reptile Experience has just debuted at Zoo Atlanta, and just the thought of all these critters has my skin crawling! This new complex is not to be misssssssed! Spring Safari Day Camp, taking place from April 6-10, is a great experience for kids grade K-5 to enjoy special animal encounters, exclusive tours, and more. Register at 
  • Georgia Aquarium - Any time is a good time to visit Georgia Aquarium, but did you know that April 6-10 is Camp H2O? This day camp is appropriate for children in grades K-5 to learn about science and conservation efforts in Georgia's largest aquarium. 
  • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta - Star Wars fans can feel the Force at the new LEGO Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace Miniland Model Display. My family and I visited this Atlanta attraction just last week and were amazed at the attention to detail and creativity.   

Do you have a favorite Atlanta attraction to visit in the Spring? Tell me about it!