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Welcome to the GEORGIA Local Attractions page! Below you will find GEORGIA attractions sorted by city. You can select the cities on the left of the page or scroll down to view each individual attraction. Please click on the picture of the attraction you would like to visit to go to their personal page. On their personal page you will find maps, pictures, rates for each attraction. Some include coupons and discounts for their attraction and a link to their business webpage where you can find even more information.

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Atlanta GEORGIA Local Attractions

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Atlanta Atlanta, GEORGIA Full Details   Property# [421]    Attraction Type: SCIENCE CENTER
Fernbank Science Center

The Center is unique in the Southeast, with 65 acres of old-growth forest, the nations third largest traditional planetarium, an observatory with a 36-inch telescope, two electron microscopes, a science reference library, an interactive distance learning studio, and laboratory facilities in meteo

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Kid Friendly:YES
Non Smoking:NO
Forsale:NO
Handicap Access:NO
RVparking:YES
Atlanta Atlanta, GEORGIA Full Details   Property# [560]    Attraction Type: OTHER
Microbrewery - Atlanta Brewing Company

ATLANTA BREWING COMPANY, located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta is a 16,000 sq. ft working brewery, which opens its doors for private events on weekday evenings and weekend days and nights. Brewery and Tasting Tours There are regularly scheduled Brewery Tou

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Kid Friendly:NO
Non Smoking:NO
Forsale:NO
Handicap Access:YES
RVparking:YES

Duluth GEORGIA Local Attractions

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Duluth Duluth, GEORGIA Full Details   Property# [903]    Attraction Type: RESTAURANT
Dave & Buster's

Recess Is Calling.

Can you hear it? It's beckoning you to break out of your daily routine and have a little fun. Ok, a lo

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Kid Friendly:YES
Non Smoking:YES
Forsale:NO
Handicap Access:YES
RVparking:YES

Tifton GEORGIA Local Attractions

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Tifton Tifton, GEORGIA Full Details   Property# [712]    Attraction Type: SHOPPING
Auto Quest Investment Cars and the Cabin Shop

Auto Quest is located just 600 yards east of Exit 62 on I-75 in Tifton, Georgia. It has over 75 exotic, muscle, custom, and classic vehicles on display and for sale. The Cabin shop is located inside the building. It is an outlet for high end clothes and unusual gifts. Auto

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Kid Friendly:NO
Non Smoking:YES
Forsale:NO
Handicap Access:YES
RVparking:YES

Tantrum-Free Vacations: 5 Creative Tips to Keep Your Sanity While Traveling With Your Children

Tantrum-free vacations: 5 creative tips to keep your sanity, travel with your children, and have a fun vacation, really!

You want to spend your vacation at a spa resort, your husband's idea of a good time is a weekend at the golf course, and your kids can't wait to test out the latest hot rides at the amusement park. Is there such a thing as a family vacation that makes everyone happy or are you destined to hearing the children grumbling from behind their DS, "are we there yet" while you're refereeing their arguments from the front seat?

No matter what age your children are, from tots to teens, vacations can easily become hijacked by whining, pouting, and full out screaming from kids and spouses too. So how can you have a tantrum-free vacation, keep your sanity while traveling with your children, and actually have a fun time?

Try these 5 sanity saving tantrum-free traveling tips:

1. Pick vacations that will have something each family member can enjoy. No, you don't have to sacrifice grown-up time to enjoy a happy family vacation. Choose a location that will have something for everyone, such as a family friendly cruise with kid themed activities and lots of adult amenities or the family resort with the water park that suits mom's desire to shop and dad's golfing needs. If you have more than one child share some special " vacation alone time" with each child, where they can spend time with mommy or daddy doing an activity they choose.

2. Many children have a difficult time with transitioning, going from one thing to the next, and for some children a vacation is overstimulating. They may have a difficult time with loud noises, new experiences, or may be sensitive to moving from one place to another. Often tantrums or meltdowns are a child's way of expressing that they are overwhelmed. A little preparation can help with the transitions. Share with your child images of where you are going and talk about what they will see and experience. They can even begin a scrapbook with images of their vacation before they leave and complete it when they return, so they have a feeling of control over the experience. Pack a few things in your child's travel backpack that will help your child with transitioning and waiting, such as favorite music on their mp3, favorite DVDs, a new coloring book, or a new toy. Remember to always pack snacks and juice or water; a hungry kid is a cranky kid (and that goes for adults too).

3. Adults need fun too. Hire a babysitter for a night on the town and you will model to your children the importance of taking care of your relationship. Ask the concierge about the babysitting services the hotel provides or recommends, or you can google babysitting agencies. Make sure that the sitters are screened for background checks, and that they are CPR and First Aid certified, then take some time to dance the night away. Also, book adjoining rooms for older children so you can have some alone adult fun time too.

4. Head off the meltdowns and tantrums at the pass. As a parent you notice the signs that a melt down is brewing. It could be whining, or attempts to agitate their siblings, and you know that these are the early warning signs that the tantrum storm is coming. Take a minute and breathe before you respond. Children pick-up on your emotional state and mirror it via the phenomena of mirror neurons meaning if they are agitated then you are likely to mirror their emotional response, which only amplifies their tantrum. Research suggests taking a deep breath allows you to increase the flow of oxygen to your brain, whereby you'll approach the situation from a calm and rational place, rather than reactive response. Take a breath, let your child know you understand how they feel, and then calmly talk with your child.

5. Take a break. Sometimes there is just so much that your child can experience in one day before they become overwhelmed. Create some downtime each day where they can just play in the pool or chill with their tunes. Be realistic for the developmental age of your child, and just how much activity is too much, and you will minimize exhaustion tantrums.

Vacations can be fun filled for the whole family when you use these sanity saving tantrum-free traveling tips.

Want more information on how to help your child manage their frustrations visit http://www.thecreativityqueen.com and download the free audio teleseminar: "Secrets Your Kids Really Don't Want You to Know: A Child Art Therapist Tells All" (*except for the confidential stuff).

Dr. Laura JJ Dessauer, ATR-BC, LCAT, the founder of the Creativity Queen, LLC, is a Board Certified Creative Arts Therapist and Certified Parent and Teen Coach. Laura brings over 23 years of experience working with families, children and teens in over 21 school districts. The Creativity Queen, LLC, Winner of SCORE Small Business of the Year, offers individual art therapy sessions and creative problem solving programs for both children and adults. Want more tools and practical creative strategies that work? Visit http://thecreativityqueen.com and get instant access to our FREE audio mini-course: Secrets Your Kids Really Don't Want You to Know: A Child Art Therapist Tells All. (*except for the confidential stuff)

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