Virtual Tours

Take a Virtual Field Trip to some of Atlanta’s most iconic tourist destinations: Every Friday you can visit a top Atlanta attraction – for free!

Fernbank Museum

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Georgia Aquarium

Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Breman Museum

Zoo Atlanta

High Museum of Art

National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Michael C. Carlos Museum

Don’t Forget To Have Some Fun!

Cobb County has a wealth of entertainment options for families. Explore everything from opera performances and arts festivals to museums exhibitions and hiking trails. Below are just some of the family attractions Cobb County has to offer, along with websites for more information.

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
(770) 916-2800

The 2,750-seat venue hosts Broadway shows, ballet, concerts, educational shows, family performances and the Atlanta Opera.

Earl Smith Strand Theatre
(770) 293-0080

This renovated 1935 Art Deco theater located on Marietta Square has a full calendar of movie screenings, concerts and other performances.

The Georgia Ballet
(770) 528-0881

In addition to their performances at the Marietta Performing Arts Center, this troupe operates a dance school for children and provides field trip performances for area students.

Georgia Symphony Orchestra
(770) 429-7016

Founded in 1951 and now under the direction of Michael Alexander, the GSO attracts talented musicians from all over the metro area for its annual performances.

Gone With the Wind Museum
(770) 794-5576

This museum opened on the Marietta Square in 2003 and boasts an extensive collection of memorabilia from the famed book and movie, including scripts and costumes.

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
(770) 427-4686

Relive one of the key battles of the Civil War’s Atlanta Campaign at this 2,923-acre battlefield.

Mable House Arts Center
(770) 819-7765

From children’s music classes to tours of the historic house and a free summer concert series, this Mableton arts complex has something for everyone.

Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art
(770) 528-1444

As the only art museum in the metro area to focus on American art, the MCMA has cultivated an impressive collection of pieces from the 18th century to the present.

Marietta Museum of History
(770) 794-5710

This museum makes its home in a 19th century cotton warehouse that also served as a hospital during the Civil War. Its recently opened Aviation Wing brings the area’s aviation history to life.

Mountasia Family Fun Center
(770) 422-3440

Engage in some friendly competition at this recreational complex that includes go karts, mini golf and an arcade.

The Root House Museum
(770) 426-4982

The Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society operates this Greek Revival house that originally belonged to one of Marietta’s first druggists.

Silver Comet Trail
(404) 875-7284

From the trailhead in Smyrna, this 61.5-mile paved trail created from abandoned railway lines extends all the way to the Georgia/Alabama state line.

Six Flags Over Georgia
(770) 739-3400

A state-of-the-art theme park with more than 100 rides, shows and attractions.

Six Flags White Water
(70) 948-9290

Take the edge off the summer heat at this waterslide amusement park. Enjoy body slides, tube slides and a lazy river that winds its way around the park.

Smith-Gilbert Gardens
(770) 919-0248

Boasting more than 3,000 species of plants, this garden is an impressive blend of art and horticulture.

Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History
(770) 427-2117

Learn all about Cobb County’s role in some of the region’s most important transportation and commerce railway lines.

Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw State University
(770) 499-3223

Housed within KSU’s Department of Museums, Archives and Rare Books, this museum displays works from the university’s permanent collection as well as contemporary work from local and national artists.

Family Entertainment in Atlanta

Entertaining shows and activities for families of varying interests are provided in Atlanta for all to enjoy. Families can have educational experiences on a tour of one of Atlanta’s studios or factories, cultural explorations at a festival or theatre, and outdoor adventures at a park or zoo. Below are some of the major family attractions in Atlanta and websites to find out more information.


Amicalola Falls State Park

(706) 265-4703

Atlanta Botanical Garden

(404) 876-5859

Atlanta History Center

(404) 814-4000

Atlantic Station

(404) 733-1221

Cagle’s Dairy Farm

(770) 345-5591

Callaway Gardens

(800) 225-5292

Centennial Olympic Park

(404) 223-4412

Center for Puppetry Arts

(404) 873-3391

Chattahoochee Nature Center

(770) 992-2055

CNN Studio Tour

(404) 827-2300

Fernbank Museum of Natural History and IMAX Theatre

(404) 929-6300

The Foam Factory

(770) 424-9283

Georgia Aquarium

(404) 581-400

Georgia Renaissance Festival

(770) 964-8575

Georgia World Congress Center

(404) 223-4000

High Museum of Art

(404) 733-4444

Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta

(404)659-KIDS [5437]

Jimmy Carter Library and Museum

(404) 865-7100

Kangaroo Conservation Center

(706) 265-6100

Lake Lanier Islands

(770) 945-8787

Marietta Theatre in the Square

(770) 422-8369

Margaret Mitchell House

(404) 249-7015

Medieval Times


Off Broadway Dance Children’s Theatre

(770) 664-2410

Piedmont Park

Red Door Playhouse

(770) 649-9994

Roswell Ghost Tour

(770) 649-9922

Six Flags Over Georgia

(770) 948-9290

Stone Mountain Park

(770) 498-5690

Tanglewood Farm

(770) 667-6464

Underground Atlanta

(404) 523-2311

WhirleyBall Atlanta

(770) 998-6161

Whole World Improv Theater

(404) 817-7529

World of Coca-Cola Tour

(404) 676-5151

Yellow River Game Ranch

(770) 972-6642

Zoo Atlanta

(404) 624-9453