Family travel in Atlanta, GA
Learn how the journey for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. began in Atlanta. While you’re there, tour some of the monumental landmarks of this Civil Rights Pioneer. King’s birth home and the historic Ebenezer Church are all part of the National Historic Site. Don’t miss the King Center, which houses Dr. King’s Nobel Peace Prize.
If you are looking for “luxury with unparalleled personal service” the Mansion at Peachtree is the place to lay your head after a long day of shopping and fun.
This boutique hotel boasts 127 rooms, the famous 29 spa and is a Condé Nast choice hotel for 2010. But don't be put off by its luxury and awards. It is very child-friendly hotel.
The Rose Buds for children provides everything from wireless baby monitors, in room bottle warmers, and babysitting services as well as children's menus. So if you want to bring little Sally or Little Johnny along for a luxury weekend, you can be assured that every need will be met at this hotel.
Georgia Tech fans will find this hotel amid all the hustle and bustle of school of sporting events and school studies. Whether you're parent visiting your child at the university or attending one of the famous sporting events, you'll find comfort at hotel Palomar in Midtown Atlanta.
It is touted as the eco-friendly hotel in the city and is very pet friendly. As with other hotels, it is in close proximity to Centennial Olympic Park, CNN Center, and the Georgia Dome.
This boutique hotel is also “home to Pacci Ristorante, an amazing destination restaurant and rooftop terrace lounge, the place to be in midtown Atlanta”. There is a hosted evening wine reception, in-room spa services, and valet parking.
There are many stadiums throughout the world, but only the Georgia Dome is the largest cable-supported domed stadium. Tour the facility that has hosted Super bowls, the Olympics and countless other sporting events. Hourly tours are available beginning at 10 a.m. each weekday. Step foot on the playing field, view the newly-renovated club lounges, or take it all in from the observatory deck. But be forewarned, the observatory deck is not for the faint of heart, it’s a towering 200 feet above the highest seats and field.
From camping in the fall to a grand Independence Day laser show and many other special events in between, Stone Mountain is truly a park for all seasons. It is Georgia’s most visited attraction, and with over 3,200 acres, there’s plenty of room for you and your family. While you bask in the natural wonder that surrounds the park, don’t forget to take in its signature piece, the world’s largest piece of granite rock.