Kids Activities in East Point

50% Off Tutu Kids' Party

Tutu Maniacs

Tutu Maniacs

$450 $225

Birthday kids can don princess crowns, the birthday girl receives a custom tutu, and each party-goer can take home a colored tutu

51% Off an On-Location Kids' Party

Mobile Party In Ur Space

On Location

$200 $99

Party experts set up events at clients' homes or chosen venue; party features sports games or cupcake decorating and baker's-hat craft

Up to 51% Off Visits to the High Museum of Art Atlanta

High Museum of Art Atlanta

Midtown

$39 $19

(700)

Thousands of art pieces in a light-filled gallery offer something for everyone, including a gallery of imaginative mid-century car designs

Up to 46% Off Indoor-Playground Visit

Hippohopp

North Atlanta

$20.50 $11

After bounding through an indoor playground filled with slides and obstacle courses, pairs of children take breaks to sip water or juice

40%% Off Cheer and Tumbling Summer Camp

Resolute Spirit Athletics

Atlanta

$100 $60

Kids ages 4 to 15 build strength and confidence with exercises and dance, cheer, and tumbling classes

52% Off Cheerleading Summer Camp at Always Cheer Company

Always Cheer Company

Coan Park

$165 $79

Week-long camp teaches self-confidence as well as the physical skills of the sport in classes such as yoga, cheerleading, and "My Me Rally"

50% Off Video-Game Party

E-Motions

Doraville

$180 $90

Game-room rental, unlimited open play, and game operator/instructor; access to serving tables, fridge, and freezer included

Up to 67% Off Introduction to Standup-Paddleboarding Course

Urban Currents

Atlanta

$92 $39

(24)

Learn standup paddleboarding in a two-hour course of up to 14 students; all equipment provided

50% Off Circus Arts Fitness Classes

Circus Arts Institute

Kirkwood

$46 $23

Instructors teach acrobatics that strengthen physiques and mental focus on tools such as the trapeze, spanish web, and tight wire

Up to 71% Off Children's Summer Camp

Camp Village

Multiple Locations

$175 $79

One-week camp spans science, art, and fitness with more than 30 activities, including zip lining, yoga, and media production

56% Off Kids' Camp and Membership at My Gym Buckhead

My Gym Buckhead

North Buckhead

$225 $99

Energetic instructors build strength and esteem for youngsters through play during summer camp days

54% Off Kids' Art Camp at The Blu' Bisque

The Blu’ Bisque

Atlanta

$325 $149.99

Kids ages 4–14 learn painting, drawing, and mixed-media techniques to craft original works and share their creations on Pinterest

50% Off at Lotus Fencing Academy

Lotus Fencing Academy

Lotus Fencing Academy

$300 $149

Instructors teach beginner fencing students basic skills while instilling values such as self-discipline and confidence

50% Off Fashion Camp

Fashion Camp PLRG

Atlanta

$250 $125

Learn to use accessories effectively, color in every aspect of design, and the business aspects of creating a fashion line

Up to 65% Off Performing Arts Camp

Aim Studios

South Atlanta High School

$150 $75

Days begin with morning fitness, then move on to hour-long lessons in ballet, tap and hip-hop dance, acting, keyboarding, drums, and voice

Up to 56% Off Performing-Arts Camp

Kamp Kile's World

North Atlanta High School

$150 $79

Camp hosted by Tameka Raymond teach participants about drawing, painting, dance, theater, and chorus

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia – Up to 67% Off

The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

Buckhead

$35 $17

(5)

Unlimited admission to exhibits from local and international artists, plus discounts on workshops, programs, and other events

Up to 49% Off at The Children's Museum of Atlanta

The Children's Museum of Atlanta

Downtown

$25.50 $14

(147)

Hands-on exhibits geared toward kids ages 8 and younger include a farm-to-table zone, walls to paint, and little cranes to operate

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For all that South Side Riders does for people—from lessons to trail rides to children's pony parties—it's their horses that benefit the most. The saddle club rescues its horses from less-than-ideal situations across the state and trains them to become gentle, friendly animals that can fulfill the role of a riding companion or a model for saddle fashion shows. The noble steeds carry riders during lessons as well as trail rides, which either follow a path along neighboring streets on the Urban Ride or traverse acres of trails through Boundary Waters park.

Roosevelt Highway
College Park,
GA
US

LEGOLAND Discovery Center gives kids a little round-headed person's view of the world, surrounding them with blown-up versions of normally miniature plastic environments. At the Atlanta park, children ages 3 and older—and their adults—tour a factory that makes LEGO bricks, travel through a dungeon blasting skeletons with laser guns, and build and test their own race cars on a colorful track. Visitors can also enter the 4D Cinema, where 3D LEGO films are enhanced with in-theater weather effects such as wind and snow. They can also look out over LEGO-brick recreations of the local city that feature scale models of landmarks, trains, and airships.

An exploration of the bright world of plastic bricks doesn't have to end at the attractions. In a Master Builder Training Academy, experienced LEGO architects pass on their construction tips to eager students. To continue the fun at home, shops at each location house hundreds of current LEGO sets.

3500 Peachtree Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

At Hop Around Play and Party Center, kids clamber through plastic tunnels, zigzag around obstacle courses, and bounce off the walls of colorful inflatables. They slip down slides and burn off extra energy during open play times or activity-filled birthday parties. Parties can be customized to accommodate between 8 and 40 kids and include a party attendant, play time, and use of a private party room.

314 Luckie Street Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US

Piedmont Park preserves the luxury of yesteryear. Designed in the late 1800s, the park's facilities have withstood the test of time with recreational halls that reflect the simplicity of its lush landscapes, and wetlands. Over the past 20 years, the Piedmont Park Conservancy has restored the park to its historic natural beauty, transforming a dilapidated space into a frequented green space. A slew of activities engage the community with outdoor programs ranging from environmental day camps to team sports such as soccer and softball. Park tours explore the history of the neighborhood and the weekly Green Market whets appetites with fresh produce from local farmers and thieving rabbits.

500 10th Street Northeast
Atlanta,
GA
US

The Atlanta Fair is one of the largest inner-city fairs in the Southeastern United States. It offers a multitude of rides, food, games, and entertainment. Food and games are cash only, so bring some dollars if you're planning on winning a stuffed snake or snacking on funnel cake. Spend some time meandering around the family-friendly grounds in between the coasting, spinning, and whirling of your unlimited rides. Fair-going thrill seekers must abide by the rules of the rides; meaning "you must be this tall to ride," "keep your hands inside the vehicle," and "no affixing flux capacitors to the Tilt-a-Whirl in hopes of achieving time travel."

688 Central Avenue Southwest
Atlanta,
GA
US

Created by the Lookingglass Theatre Company from Chicago, Lookingglass Alice offers an acrobatic and dizzyingly playful take on Lewis Carroll's double-dose of Victorian childhood wonder, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. As Alice falls, floats, and flies across Wonderland's chessboard on her way to becoming Queen Alice, chairs pop up from the floor, Tweedledee and Tweedledum tweedle-tumble across the stage, our heroine voyages across a swirling sea of blue, and much more. The remarkable cast of five often seems like a bursting circus of 40 as they switch costumes, juggle, ride unicycles, walk on stilts, and defy logic as often as they defy gravity.

1280 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US