Best Things to Do in Atlanta in January with Kids: Nature Hikes, MLK Events, Ice Skating
Congratulations, we have just about made it to 2021. While we should all take a collective sigh of relief, our families might be experiencing some post-holiday cabin fever.
As we recoup, we still can enjoy some seasonal fun with virtual classical theater productions such as The Nutcracker, and enjoy the crisp weather while getting some exercise on a nighttime hike at the Chattahoochee Nature Center.
Honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. in Atlanta has always been a special occasion. This year's commemorations largely will take place with virtual events that are no less special in their significance.
For those who did not make it to seasonal events in December, you can take in the last few days of snow tubing, ice skating, and the unique drive-thru light show experience at Candy Rush at Six Flags White Water in Marietta.
While we try to promote safe activities that occur outdoors or with social distancing guidelines in place, keep your family and others safe by wearing a mask and maintaining an appropriate distance. If you arrive at an event that appears too crowded, try using the “nearby” search feature on our event calendar to find something else to do. Keep in mind, reservations are required for many of these events so plan your outings in advance and be sure to click through to our listing for all the details, including address, time, and pricing.
Given the fluid nature of the pandemic, some events could be canceled at a moment's notice so make sure to call or check websites before heading out.
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