Atlanta’s Best Indoor Playgrounds

 

Sometimes it’s a rainy day, sometimes it’s just too hot to go outside. Whatever your reasoning for reason (and you certainly don’t need one), taking the kids to one of these top indoor playgrounds never disappoints.

Monkey Joe’s

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It doesn’t matter which location you go to, everybody always has a good time at Monkey Joe’s. Same deal with the parent areas, those this spot has a few flat screens for keeping up with the news or catching the game. They have different play areas for different age groups, meaning all are welcome (bouncy castle anyone?).

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Little Bears

Little Bears has a cute name that matches its cute interior (but not in size; it’s 3,000 square feet). This place is specifically designed for preschoolers and younger. Parents can take advantage of free coffee and wifi while the excellent staff make sure everyone is as safe as can be.

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Hippo Hopp Indoor Playground

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This one has to make the list simply because it’s completely green and ecofriendly, but that doesn’t mean they skimp on the fun. Bounce houses, a full food menu, obstacle courses, free wifi, the whole enchilada.

Find more info here.

Best Art Galleries in Atlanta

Whether it’s a beautiful day or a rainy one, it’s never a bad time to explore Atlanta’s top three best art galleries.

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

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This place has been a favorite of the art community since it opened in 2000. It not only strictly houses contemporary art, but also art from the Georgian art community specifically. They have both permanent and rotating collections.

Find more info here.

High Museum of Art

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This may well be the most popular art museum in the state of Georgia, and possibly in that region of the US, and for good reason. The only thing more awe-inspiring than the interior are the pieces of artwork. You can really get lost wandering around, and you’ll somehow still feel like you didn’t see all of it. Don’t worry, becoming a regular is very common.

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Mason Murer Fine Art

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The industrial, spacious interior makes you feel trendy just by walking inside, and the really unique and interesting pieces bring it up to the highest of notches. Sophistication in art taste is not a requirement, but it’s decently encouraged (by us at least).

Find more info here.