Stone Mountain Park in Atlanta has beefed up their entertainment offerings for spring break. The ever-popular Laughing Pizza and Dr. Busybody’s Boogiebot Blast will perform all this week to get the kids up and moving. Laughing Pizza performs in the Magnolia Pavilion at 1:30, 3:00 and 4:00; and Dr. Busybody’s Boogiebot on the Azalea Stage at 1:00, 2:15 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. In addition to the entertainment, there’s a slew of activities to keep kids entertained for an entire day.
Climb high up in the trees on Sky Hike, the one of the country’s largest adventure ropes courses, that is fun for the whole family. Stop by the 4D Theater and engage your senses while taking a Journey to the Center of the Earth. Other Spring Fun Break activities include live entertainment such as Laughing Pizza, Hilda: A Very Loyal Goat, and storytelling. The Laser Show Spectacular can also be seen nightly during Spring FUN Break.
An Adventure Pass gives your family access to all of the Spring FUN Break activities mentioned above and also includes other popular attractions including Summit Skyride, Scenic Railroad, mini-golf, Antebellum Plantation & Farmyard and Memorial Hall. For best value, check out the Family Value Pass – a package of four Adventure Passes that will give your family all-day access to your favorite park attractions. Also included are four meal tickets redeemable at three popular Stone Mountain Park restaurants.
For the best ticket deals for Stone Mountain Park, buy your tickets at Kroger because you can save about $4 per ticket. If you buy your tickets on-line, be sure to use the coupon code GASSOUTH to save $3 per ticket. Regular prices for a Daily Adventure Pass are: $28.90 for adults and kids 12 and older, $22.48 for kids 3-11. If you plan on going a couple of times this year, a Mountain Membership will save you big bucks. Prices are $57.80 for adults and children 12 and older, $44.95 for kids 3-11.
For more great ideas for things to do with kids during spring break, be sure to check out Field Trips By Sue.
More things to do in Atlanta during spring break:
- St. Augustine and the St. George Inn: The perfect escape for families in Atlanta
- The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal (video and slideshow)
- Georgia Aquarium welcomes back beluga whales
- Free Disney tickets: ‘Give a Day. Get a Disney Day’ (video)
- Tanglewood Farm in Atlanta: a true local treasure
- Atlanta ‘staycation’ idea: Wild Animal Safari
- Spring break in Atlanta: Events and activities at the Chattahoochee Nature Center
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