Lot of various colorful Lego blocks
Your kids' imaginations will run wild at LEGOLAND.
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6 Attractions to Check out While You're in Atlanta for the Super Bowl

Build Something Grand at LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Atlanta isn’t exactly known for frigid weather, but if you and your little ones find outdoor activities a bit too nippy, the LEGOLAND Discovery Center (3500 Peachtree Road) puts a roof over the California and Florida LEGOLAND parks. It’s one of the best things to do in Atlanta with kids as they can enjoy a pair of rides, as well as dedicated building zones.

They’ll get to test their creations at shuddering earthquake towers, see pint-sized recreations of cities, and race their own LEGO cars against other kids. There’s even a factory tour so that children can see how their favorite building blocks get made. Parents may not find the kid-centric grub at the on-site cafe quite to their liking, but they can take heart knowing their little ones will love it.

View of a television control roomGet a behind the scenes look at how the news is broadcast.Photo Credit: Getty Images

Tour CNN Studios

News junkies, rejoice! Atlanta is the home of CNN, the nation’s first round-the-clock news station, and it offers tours of its home studios. Learn how the news comes to television sets all over America by going behind the scenes. See how a green screen works for reporting the weather, ride the world’s longest escalator, and sit behind a phalanx of monitors in the control rooms.

Visit the CNN website for more information. Regular tours start at $15 USD per person for adults, and VIP tours cost $33 USD.

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Sip Away at World of Coca-Cola

World of Coca-Cola may bill itself as a museum, but it’s the tastiest museum you’ll ever enjoy. More than 100 flavors from around the world are on tap at this monument to Atlanta’s very own soft drink. Try sodas from Africa, Italy, India, Greece and Thailand in addition to all of the American standards.

The museum also contains exhibits highlighting Coca-Cola’s history and cultural importance. Meet the Coca-Cola polar bear, see the drink get bottled, and buy exclusive merchandise.

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