Family-Friendly Atlanta Events: February 2014

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Looking for something fun to do this month in Atlanta? As an Atlanta mommy blogger, I’m always searching for family-friendly events and attractions to entertain and delight my toddler. I’ve rounded up some information from a few of my favorite Atlanta attractions, and created a list of my top four tot-friendly places to visit this month. What Atlanta event are you most looking forward to? 

Family-Friendly Atlanta Events: February 2014

The Children’s Musuem of Atlanta

In addition to year-round activities and exhibits at this famous children’s educational museum, make sure to visit on one of these dates for added fun:

  • February 8th –> Health Fair: Creativity Through Medicine
  • February 11th –> Target FREE Second Tuesdays!
  • February 25th –> Homeschool Day {Learn all about the science of sound!}

Also be sure to plan a visit for one Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday at 2:30 p.m. to take part in the Science Exploration Station.

Visit the Children’s Museum of Atlanta calendar for more details and other great events during the month of February!

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank is one of our favorite attractions in Atlanta. Some dates to note:

  • February 14th –> Valentine’s Day at Martinis & IMAX (Adults)
  • February 15th –> Special Exhibit Whales: Giants of the Deep opens to the public with a celebration!
  • February 22nd and 23rd –> Tadpole Tales {Story and activity/song for the preschool crowd}
  • February 24th –> Homeschool Day at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Visit Fernbank’s calendar for more details on these events and others listed.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

  • February 14th –> Valentines in the Garden
  • February 23rd –> Vanilla Sunday {Celebrate the aromas and flavors of this amazing orchid!}
  • Saturdays at 11 a.m. –> Frog Feeding

Check out the Atlanta Botanical Garden events calendar for more information about these (and other!) February events.

Stone Mountain Park

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to play in the snow at Snow Mountain before it’s all gone! Visit Stone Mountain Park on weekends in February for this exciting experience.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta

  • February 13th –> For the Love of LEGO February ADULT Night!
  • Every Tuesday –> Toddler Tuesdays {Guided play and story time}

Visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta’s calendar for more details.

Zoo Atlanta

  • February 12th –> Homeschool Academy
  • February 15th –> Keeper For A Day {Birds & Reptiles}

There are other events happening at Zoo Atlanta during the month of February. Visit the February calendar for more information!

Georgia Aquarium

  • February 14th –> SeaNights {Adults Only – cocktails+appetizers+aquarium!}
  • February 15th –> LUVie’s Birthday Party Celebration {LUVie is one of the Georgia Aquarium’s mascots, and is being celebrated with a beachy-themed party!}

Keep up to date with the Georgia Aquarium events by visiting the calendar of events.

Atlanta History Center

  • February 4th –> Homeschool Day {Great American Presidents}
  • February 21st –> Fans of NBC’s Emmy-Award winning show “The Office” might enjoy the evening lecture “B.J. Novak, One ore Thing: Stories and Other Stories” featuring funny guy Novak!

Check out the Atlanta History Center calendar and events page for more information about current exhibitions.

Center For Puppetry Arts

A new family-friendly puppetry show will premiere this week at the Center For Puppetry Arts. Visit the Weather Rocks! page for more information about this performance.

The FOUR – Restaurants, parks, events, and attractions to visit this month in Atlanta: 

  1. Pastries A Go-Go in Decatur offers scrumptious breakfast goodies and friendly servers.
  2. Olivia’s Dollhouse Tea Room in Johns Creek is the perfect spot for a princess birthday party. (Birthday parties are on my mind because my little princess will turn FIVE in February! *gulp*)
  3. CNN Center Atlanta is a great field trip destination because children (and adults!) can go behind the scenes to see how the news gets made.
  4. Antico Pizza is the best pizza I’ve ever put into my food hole. So yum.

Where do you plan to take your child this month? (Assuming it’s not going to stay freeeeezing outside!) 

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About Classic Mommy

Autumn Bradshaw is an award-winning creative writer that now focuses on parenting, family travel, and life in the Atlanta area. When she’s not writing on the Classic Mommy blog or contributing to other established sites, she carves out time to provide social media consulting services to small businesses in the Greater Atlanta area. She has worked with a number of brands across multiple industries to successfully promote products and focus the social media outreach for events and travel destinations, including a well-known baby product brand and the city of Kissimmee, FL, among others. While her writing is often focused on the places, products, and events that aim to make life easier and more enjoyable for parents, she is able to write about a wide breadth of topics, including technology, travel, and political science. Autumn is proud to be an Atlanta Mommy Blogger!
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31 Responses to Family-Friendly Atlanta Events: February 2014

  1. I would love to go to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the problem is… we live way to far away. But… we do travel a lot so I may be there.

  2. Great round up! If Hubs wasn’t traveling with Red for the better part of the month and I didn’t have so many shows, we would finally make plans for our wanted trip to the aquarium!

  3. Seems like Atlanta is where it is at! Wow, there is so much for families to do around there!

  4. There are tons of things to do in Atlanta! We will be passing through there on the way to visit family soon. Too bad we weren’t staying!

  5. This is a fantastic listing!! wish someone would make a list like this for Boston. I am always scouring so many different sites to find things to do.

  6. So many great activities! I want to go to the frog feeding and I love how there are options for adults only on here :)

  7. We are going to the circus next week, but I haven’t considered any other Atlanta events yet. Thanks for this list though – I know there are a few he’d love to go to!

  8. My kids would love to visit the Legoland. So many great activities that are family friendly.

  9. Jaime says:

    This is such a great roundup. I wish our city offered even more, but I would definitely love to get our son to Atlanta this spring for a museum or aquarium trip.

  10. April says:

    I wish I lived closer to Atlanta! Hope your weather gets better down there!

  11. Melissa says:

    There’s a lot going on! I love when events are family friendly.

  12. Paige says:

    I wish I could visit Atlanta to visit the aquarium! Maybe one day!

  13. Oh my, so many fun sounding things! You’re making me wish I had a trip to Atlanta in the cards :)

  14. Atlanta looks like it’s a super family oriented city. Sounds like a cool place. We’re near Hartford, CT. and… well,

    things aren’t the same here

  15. Pauline Cab says:

    This is a very nice line up of activity for the month of February. Very family-friendly too!

  16. I was just talking about how awesome atlanta was earlier today. Love that there’s so much to do.

  17. What a helpful listing! I’m tired of being stuck inside here in Maryland!

  18. suejansons says:

    Awesome list of events and activities! Can’t say you will be bored! Hope you get to enjoy the evnts you want to!

  19. I’ve always wanted to go to Atlanta! Even more so now!

  20. Janel says:

    So many fun activities coming up. I love target free tuesdays!

  21. Liz Mays says:

    That frog feeding at the botanical garden is intriguing me. These ideas are great!

  22. Theresa says:

    That sounds like there is a lot going on in Atlanta this month! If we lived closer, I know my girls would love the Legoland activity night!

  23. I want to visit there and see all the neat things. Love those ideas!

  24. Great idea. I really need to get closer to Atlanta

  25. Eliz Frank says:

    Definitely a lot going on for families in Atlanta… Great outing events too. Love it.
    Eliz

  26. Krystal says:

    I have family in ATL! I will forward this to them.

  27. Atlanta always has fun things going on! I need to find some great day events for the family in Louisiana

  28. Amanda Love says:

    That’s a great resource list for those in Atlanta. I wish someone did this for my city so I could know what to do with my kids. :)

  29. Alissa Boyle says:

    Thanks for the round-up. I’ve been to Atlanta, but that was pre-kids. I’ll have to put this on our family vacation wish list!

  30. Brandy says:

    What a great list, I need to do this for my area so that I can get out with the kids instead of being stuck inside this gloomy winter season!

  31. Ashley M says:

    Love the children’s museums, its one of our favorite things to do in the winter.

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