Things To Do in Atlanta With a Baby
The city of Atlanta is full of culture, diversity, and delicious southern eats. From boutique shopping to the Atlanta Zoo, Atlanta is a family-friendly city to visit with a baby. Just as anything else you do with a baby, being prepared is key as a parent or caregiver. Traveling or not – you may be limited on space. Versatile multi-purpose baby products that are functional and convenient are valuable, especially for parents on-the-go.
So, book that flight to Atlanta or map out that road trip. Life with a baby may be a bit more fast-paced and methodical, but you can still get out and do the things you love with one of the humans you love the most. Here are some things to do with a baby in Atlanta, Georgia.
Your Guide to Fun Things To Do in Atlanta With a Baby
Discovering healthy activities and ways to connect and use our body at a young age is valuable. The Little Gym in Atlanta is a popular attraction for families visiting with a baby. The Little Gym offers gymnastics for kids as young as 4 months old. Sign up for a parent-child class for an interactive experience that can help your baby develop strength and motor skills.
Zoos offer fun for the whole family. From learning about animals, observing animals, and enjoying the chatter of families having fun, checking out zoos in different cities can be a fun bucket list item. When visiting Atlanta with a baby, stop by the Zoo Atlanta to see more than 1,000 animals and one of North America’s largest populations of Great Apes. While most families need a stroller for a successful zoo day, a baby carrier can be needed, too. From giving your tired arms a break to just a more comfortable way to interact and carry your baby, babywearing at the zoo can enhance the experience. The Tushbaby is a multifunctional hip seat carrier, ideal for a long day of fun at the zoo. Simply strap it on high and tight on your waist and place your baby on the plush hip seat. They can sit front-facing, face-to-face, or side-carrying. Need to feed? Stop and switch to the feeding position with the Tushbaby. Keep your nursing cover and other feeding essentials in one of the five storage pockets of the Tushbaby.
Continuing on the theme of animals and Atlanta, the Georgia Museum is an educational and fun stop to add to your trip. Similar to a long day at the zoo, it can be helpful to bring a baby carrier along in addition to your stroller. With so much to do at The Georgia Museum, your baby may need a nap during your visit. While some babies may drift off in the stroller, others prefer to be held close. The Snug attachment can be worn with the Tushbaby for hands-free babywearing. This means you can go from a supportive hip seat carrier to a hands-free baby carrier with one simple attachment — giving you the ultimate 2-in-1 carrying solution. Both scenarios allow you to interact with your baby, and the Tushbaby's storage pockets make it easy to keep your essentials on hand while carting baby through the museum.
High Museum of Art for Toddler Thursdays
At the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, you can connect with the community spirit while learning about culture and art. As a space that recognizes the uniqueness of every visitor, the experience is truly one of a kind. Every Thursday between 10:00 am - 3:00 pm the museum offers Toddler Thursdays for toddlers 15 months to 3 years of age. Toddler Thursdays are designed to engage creativity while focusing on monthly topics with related artwork and self-guided tours.
This non-profit is driven by the mission to encourage children of all ages to develop their full potential through thrilling hands-on learning. As your baby’s mind explores a new place, this can be the perfect opportunity for their curiosity to shine through. Plan a day at Interactive Neighborhood for Kids to let your child’s imagination run wild as they create and explore new things. If possible, try to pack in ways that keeps your hands free so you can interact with your child, too. The Pack by Tushbaby is a mini crossbody diaper bag that’s perfect for a long day at the museum. Compliment the storage of The Pack with the Totebaby, which can be worn over the shoulder like a tote bag, only this one is designed for moms on-the-go. Overflow items can be stashed in your Tushbaby Carrier if needed.
At Tushbaby, our collection of baby products all fit that bill and are designed to make life with a baby easier. A few products that make traveling with a baby easier include…
Our best-selling Tushbaby Hip Seat Carrier that can fold up for easy storage and double as breastfeeding support. This streamlined hip seat carrier is worn high and tight on the waist. Simply buckle it on, pick your baby up, and rest their bottom on the plush hip seat. For long days of travel, you can enjoy the freedom to pick up your baby and put them down with ease (goodbye complicated and messy straps). You can also enjoy the freedom of sitting or standing with the Tushbaby on. Plus, you can store things you need (or things you don’t need) in the five storage pockets.
For naps on the plane or strolls through the airport during nap time, you might need to babywear hands-free. Rest assured, you can when you use The Snug with the Tusbaby. The Snug is an attachment that hooks onto the base of the carrier with straps that cross over the wearer’s shoulders and buckles around the back. Keep it handy as it can even fit in a storage pocket of the Tushbaby. Be prepared for the fast-paced, interactive moments and the slower moments with Tushbaby and The Snug attachment.
When you’re on the go, you might not have the luxury to stop and find a place to stow your Tushbaby. Or, you might not have room to stow it at all. When traveling to Atlanta with a baby and the Tushbaby, bring our Crossbody Strap along for the journey. Our Crossbody Strap allows you to go from wearing a baby carrier to carrying it over your shoulder without breaking stride. From taking the strain off the body to keeping your baby close and safe, babywearing while traveling is a smart way to make the trip go smoother. Keep your Tushbaby close and your baby closer.