Things To Do In Duluth

$6 for a Movie Outing at Studio Movie Grill

Multiple Locations

$11 $6

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A wide selection of new releases and cult classics is projected on towering screens as viewers watch from leather recliners and tables

Half-Off Spring Bridal Ball

Sonesta Hotel

$24 $12

Spring-themed bridal show inspires couples with dessert samples, makeup test runs, a fashion show, and honeymoon raffles

Up to 50% Off River-Tubing Trip

Duluth

$28 $14

Relaxing float down the Chattahoochee River with complimentary shuttle to and from rental station

67% Off Magnolia Academic and Sports Summer Camp

Duluth

$225 $75

Campers are immersed in activities that provide physical and mental benefits, all while maintaining a fun, inclusive atmosphere

Up to 55% Off at Kids’ Inflatable Play Center

Johns Creek

$10.99 $5

Kids aged 12 and younger bounce on inflatable slides and jump through obstacle courses; parties include a private suite and cleanup

Up to 62% Off Open Play or Party at Fun Forest

Lawrenceville

$40 $19

Inflatables, obstacle courses, and an arcade keep kids ages 1 to 12 busy during play time and themed parties

47% Off Mini Golf for Two or Four

Suwanee-Duluth

$19 $10

Newly remodeled holes & towering pirate ship highlight 27-hole mini golf course surrounded by tall trees, rushing waterfalls & stone steps

Up to 75% Off Personal-Training Sessions

Shorty Howell Park

$120 $35

Personal trainers whip clients into shape with customized workout regimens that focus on toning muscles and burning calories

Up to 76% Off at CrossFit PPG

Norcross

$175 $45

Fitness instructor with 15 years of experience leads ever-changing, scalable CrossFit workouts in a 6,500 sq. ft. facility

Up to 52% Off Personal Training

Multiple Locations

$120 $59

Former Division I women's basketball player tailors 60-minute workouts to each client's specific needs and goals

70% Off Boot Camp

Norcross

$90 $27

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 96% Off Ballroom-Dancing Lessons

Multiple Locations

$230 $15

Instructors lead students through the ins and outs of ballroom dance, covering various styles in fun classes and social dance parties

Half Off Gymnastics Classes

Norcross

$64 $32

Multilevel programs group children by age group and skill level to explore gymnastics or tumbling techniques

Up to 53% Off Personal Training

Norcross

$85 $42

Custom training sessions for clients of grades 1-11 hone speed, agility, and soccer and basketball fundamentals

Up to 80% Off Boot Camp

new location

$150 $30

Boot-camp classes led by a personal trainer committed to individual attention

90% Off Boot Camp from Body by Damon

Multiple Locations

$200 $20

Boot camps help clients burn calories, melt fat, and sculpt their bodies with a series of exercises

Up to 76% Off at The Vitality Method Studio

Duluth

$40 $19

Slow-motion exercise maximize workouts by forcing muscles to remain tense for the most time possible

Up to 76% Off at Hittersbox Baseball

Suwanee-Duluth

$60 $19

Virtual batting cage syncs video of a pitcher with a perfectly timed pitch from a machine located behind a screen

Up to 76% Off Kickboxing and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Classes

Duluth

$145 $39

Kick, jab, and punch your way to fitness in Muay Thai kickboxing, or learn to defend against larger attackers in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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From Paragon Golf Center's multifaceted practice complex, Peter Yum improves pupils' swings by channeling wisdom accrued from a junior golf career and time spent under the tutelage of Tom Ness and Ben Doyle, two of golf’s most revered instructors. Peter dissects swings from the comfort of a covered 90-stall driving range with heaters, fans, and automated tee technology that raises golf balls onto hitting mats on command or in exchange for a shiny divot tool. While tweaking their swings, golfers can look at their reflection in stall-side mirrors, helping them better grasp Peter’s corrective advice on how to properly strike the ball or bedazzle their golf glove.

4470 Satellite Boulevard Northwest
Duluth,
GA
US

Star Zone Bowling keeps the competition rolling on each of its 24 lanes until at least 2 a.m. every night of the week. Clad in alley-approved footwear, teams cluster around one or two lanes to pepper scoreboards with a mélange of strikes, spares, and turkeys, dazzling onlookers with the flashy footwork and skillful tosses of ice-skating pizza-makers. A full-service snack bar soothes hunger pangs, as a game room brimming with arcade accouterments and a ball pit keeps visitors entertained between frames. Additionally, Star Zone Bowling boasts an onsite poker room, and a nightclub space, as well as an ample array of flat-screen TVs broadcasting touchdowns, home runs, and slow-motion replays of all British Parliamentary proceedings.

4500 Satellite Blvd
Duluth,
GA
US

As impressive as the reconditioned, fully operational trains at Southeastern Railway Museum are, the trains that remain perfectly still may be even more spectacular. Where the former takes visitors on a pleasant ride and a offers a glimpse of railroading, the latter takes them into Georgia's past. There, visitors find glimpses of the state's burgeoning infrastructure: drive wheels taller than a car, dozens of antique locomotives and railway cars, and a restored 1871 passenger depot. One of the gems of this collection is the 1911 Pullman private car, Superb, which holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places for carrying both Woodrow Wilson and Warren G. Harding. The collection also includes historic buses, fire fighting equipment, vintage cabs, along with one of the original people movers from the Atlanta airport. All of these fit into the museum's 35 acres—a large chunk of space, but just a blip when compared to the ground once covered by its displays.

Steel and steam aside, train enthusiasts can interact with the museum's subject matter in other ways. A variety of education programs are offered regularly for kids and the gift shop features train-themed hats, books, toys, and more. Rides are available on antique railroad cars year round—restored cabooses during the summer months and heated passenger cars during the winter—and are pulled behind a vintage locomotive. Riders can also hop aboard a park train, which returned to the rails in 2012 after 36 years of retirement from its original route at the Birmingham Zoo.

3595 Peachtree Industrial Blvd
Duluth,
GA
US

Like a firm refusal to stop wearing footie pajamas, the Dynamic Kids Expo is a statement in support of childhood. There, under the roof of the Gwinnett Convention Center, youngsters squeal with glee while hopping across the moon bounce, having their face painted with butterflies, and laughing at the exaggerated antics of clowns. A fun zone stocked video games and Spa-Kidz pampering services can ease away the stresses of recess while parents investigate the goods and services of exhibitors. These vendors sling wares for any age group and take all shapes, from a mural artist to highchair-organizer manufacturers to speech therapists. Special guests making appearances include Esther Caspino, a news anchor and celebrity chef, Atlanta Falcon's mascot Freddie Falcon, and a youth dance ensemble that’s been featured on the Disney Channel and Nickelodeon. Proceeds from the event benefit Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

6400 Sugarloaf Drive
Duluth,
Georgia
US

Yang's Table Tennis Club aims to give players of all skill levels a place to improve their game, whether they are looking to get a fun workout or pursue a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team. To that end, they offer private and group lessons as well as memberships, which get players access to open play six days a week, tips from a professional coach, free league play, and discounts on lessons. The space offers 17 professional tables as well as a 2008 Bejing Olympic rubber floor mat.

2880 N Berkeley Lake Rd.
Duluth,
GA
US

With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine maneuvering and your muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.

2131 Pleasant Hill Rd
Duluth,
GA
US

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