Amusement Parks in Lilburn


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  • Tiny Towne
    Tiny Towne is any little kid's dream village: the year-round temperature is a balmy 72?78 degrees, the skies are always free of clouds, and they're the ones in the driver's seat. At Tiny Towne, the philosophy is that no child is too young to learn the rules of the road. Here, in a 36,000-square-foot facility, kids ages 3?16 take the wheel in a real-life video game, cruising down streets in scaled-down cars. But instead of going on a joyride to the nearest toy store, little drivers must obey all traffic signs and signals, especially if they want to move up a level. Drivers make their way through three such levels by displaying proper driving skills, completing tests on the high-tech touch-screen computers, and participating in traffic-safety educational programs. As their kids drive, parents can stroll through the town or observe from an umbrella-shaded table on the balcony. Nearby, a train that offers little kids rides circles the town and goes through a tunnel. After driving on the tracks or riding the train, kids can join their families in Tiny Towne's restaurant for a bite to eat and then head to the Carcade to play a few games.
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    2055 Beaver Ruin Road
    Norcross, GA US
  • Pirates Cove Miniature Golf - Duluth
    At Pirates Cove Adventure Golf, 27 challenging holes test the putting skills of players of all ages while steeping them in 18th-century pirate lore. As balls bank off rails and roll between obstacles such as boulders, the greens wind past colorful flower gardens under shady evergreens and a towering pirate ship. Throughout the course, a waterfall cascades into a stream that flows under wooden bridges, recalling how Blackbeard made his prisoners slowly walk the plank before doing a cannonball, for everyone's safety.
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    3380 Venture Pkwy
    Duluth, GA US
  • Great Play of Johns Creek
    At Great Play, kids are encouraged to break bottles—virtual ones, arranged on virtual shelves—in the center’s Interactive Arena. They are part of a hand-eye coordination game for kids, in which sensors track their “throws” and the computer-generated bottles projected onto the walls fall accordingly. Another version sees kids honing their throwing arms by aiming for an animated strike zone while a simulated crowd cheers. But regardless of the specific games kids play on any given day in the 3,000-square-foot arena, each activity hews to the play center’s overall goal: to build kids’ motor skills and athletic abilities from an early age. Programs for younger kids focus on fundamentals, such as running, skipping, dodging, and tumbling. Meanwhile, athletic camps for older kids build skillsets that come in handy during pick-up games on the playground or at their first Olympic trials at age 3.
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    10955 Jones Bridge Road
    Alpharetta, GA US
  • Suburban Lanes
    Brightly colored bowling balls careen down slick lanes, colliding with upright pins that spill over in a cacophony of satisfying crashes. Despite the help of bumpers and a last-second push from the tooth fairy, the 6-year-old who rolled the ball couldn't be more proud of his first strike. Up to eight guests can share a lane at Suburban Lanes' family-friendly facility, splitting time between cathartic bowling matches and the plethora of games in the arcade, including Ms. Pac-Man, Whack A Duck, and skee ball. On weekends, guests stay late to indulge in the black lights and neon colors of cosmic bowling, sipping on draft glasses of Shock Top, Magic Hat, or Pabst Blue Ribbon and sharing snacks of pizza, chicken tenders, or funnel cakes. Bowlers can get serious about their hatred of gutter balls by joining a league or competing in a tournament, with youngsters starting their bowling careers early in youth leagues or summer camps.
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    2619 N Decatur Rd.
    Decatur, GA US
  • Whirlyball Atlanta
    In WhirlyBall, participants maneuver free-range bumper cars and use a handheld scoop to collect wiffle balls to launch at the overhead targets located on either end of the court. You'll work together in teams of up to five at a time (up to 20 players are allowed on the court at once, and at least 10 are required) to crush your opponents in a whirlywind of scoops and balls. Surrounded by safety bumpers, your vehicle enjoys a complete range of motion with powerful steering that allows you to turn on a whim or a dime. If more than 20 Whirlers are in the party, players can be rotated in and watch from the comfort of leather lounge couches instead of gathering posterior splinters on the end of a rigid bench.
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    608 Holcomb Bridge Rd
    Roswell, GA US
  • Atlanta Rocks!
    Atlanta Rocks' expansive vertical playground is home to hundreds of climbs, 50 top-rope stations, and more than 12,000 square feet of professionally set routes atop a safe climbing surface. All passionate climbers themselves, the staff has created interesting and intricate problems to solve for climbers of all skill levels. Climbers looking to enhance their know how can participate in one of the gym’s many programs, and the staff also drops knowledge on beginners with introductory climbing courses that include all required gear and cover subjects ranging from advanced lead climbing to the fundamentals of massaging knots out of tense rope.
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    1019 Collier Road NW, Ste A
    Atlanta, GA US

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