Category: Editor’s Picks

Legoland, Atlanta

By LeeAnn Rhoden LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta is every child’s Lego® dream come true. There are Legos® everywhere and interactive activities to keep little hands busy. It is located on the third floor of the Phipps Plaza Mall in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. You begin your journey through Legoland® in the Lego Lab® where you learn how Legos® are made. From gathering the plastic pellets, measuring them out to heating them and watching the mold form the Legos®, it’s a interesting start. Even better when your child has the opportunity to make his very own Lego®. There are...

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Airstrike By LeeAnn Rhoden AirStrike is all about trampolines, foam pits, giant air bags and as much fun as you can have. This place is truly great fun for all ages. For those who have lived in the Augusta area for more than 6 years, you’ll remember the Augusta  Ice Sports Center. AirStrike took over the property a couple of years ago and it is going strong. There are trampolines everywhere. Running and bouncing are encouraged and there are specific locations set aside for extreme trampolining. You can try your hand at trampoline basketball. It’s great for hitting those...

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Augusta Canal

Augusta Canal By LeeAnn Rhoden The Augusta Canal Discovery Center and Boat Tour has got to be one of the coolest things to do in Augusta. The Discovery Center is located in the old Enterprise Mill. You can’t miss it, it has the big Graniteville Company sign on top. The Enterprise Mill was the flour mill that closed in the 80s and saved from demolition with the redevelopment projects of the mid and late 90s. The building is now residential apartments, business offices, event center, Fat Man’s Mill Café and the Discovery Center. The Discovery Center presents the history...

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Colonial Times Living History Park

Colonial Times Living History Park By LeeAnn Rhoden Colonial Times Living History Park is a gem in downtown North Augusta. Amidst the bustling activities of a growing downtown and the new SRP Park, the Living History Park is a quiet refuge. A grand open space with a babbling creek, chirping birds and a return to the 18th century. The park was created from an overgrown abandoned waterworks by the Olde Towne Preservation Association, with permission of the city and the use of donations of money and labor. The park is now a lovely open space with a working grist...

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Stars and Strikes

Stars and Strikes By LeeAnn Rhoden Stars & Strikes is the newest addition to Augusta for fun and family entertainment. This place is awesome and there is something for everyone. Most importantly, the staff is friendly, accommodating, knowledgeable and they are always smiling. Stars & Strikes has beautiful, upscale bowling lanes and video screens for high-end electronic scoring. There are VIP bowling lanes separated by curtains so your party or team can have a private event. For the little ones, there are bumpers and ramps so they can join the fun and knock down pins too. Food and drinks...

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