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UNIQUE TRAVEL REC­OM­MEN­DA­TIONS, FIT TO MATCH YOUR PER­SONAL STYLE. FIND THE CITY CU­RATED FOR YOU AT WHERETRAVELER.COM/AT­LANTA.

Cul­tured Kids

(1) Mary Mac’s Tea Room has been a lo­cal clas­sic since 1945. Dig into South­ern dishes like coun­try fried steak and chicken and dumplings. www.mary­macs.com From Cars to Frozen, The Lit­tle Mer­maid to Toy Story, watch your fam­ily’s fa­vorite movie mo­ments come to life at (2) Dis­ney On Ice presents Worlds of En­chant­ment. April 20-23. www. in­fini­teen­er­gy­cen­ter.com At (3) LE­GOLAND

Dis­cov­ery Cen­ter, kids en­joy in­ter­ac­tive play ar­eas, a 4-D cin­ema, LEGO-build­ing classes and thrilling rides. Don’t miss MINILAND, which fea­tures At­lanta land­marks made out of LE­GOs. at­lanta.legoland­dis­cov­erycen­ter.com James Dean’s best-sell­ing book Pete the Cat! comes to the Cen­ter for Pup­petry Arts with hand­crafted pup­pets and tal­ented pup­peteers. April 4-May 21. www.pup­pet.org

Ur­ban Ex­plor­ers

(1) Lit­tle Five Points is the city’s al­cove of the eclec­tic—from record stores and restau­rants to mu­sic venues and the­aters—this tiny neigh­bor­hood packs one funky punch. www. lit­tle­five­points.net (2) Chas­tain Park of­fers 260 rolling acres dom­i­nated by a golf course, an arts cen­ter, a horse park, an amphitheater, ball fields, and walk­ing and run­ning paths. www.chas­tain­park.org (3) Krog Street Tun­nel is home to At­lanta’s most fa­mous graf­fiti. The tun­nel’s walls burst with ever-chang­ing mu­rals painted by some of the city’s most tal­ented artists. An 85-sec­ond ride in a glass el­e­va­tor takes you up 71 sto­ries to the tri-level

Sun Dial Restau­rant, Bar & View, which in­cludes a re­volv­ing restau­rant, a re­volv­ing bar and a view­ing deck atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza. www.sun­di­al­restau­rant.com

Foodie Fam­i­lies

Thanks to its 18 per­cent but­ter­fat con­tent, (1)

Jake’s Ice Cream is the creami­est, dreami­est ice cream you’ll find in At­lanta. The unique fla­vors change weekly and are made with all-nat­u­ral, farm-fresh in­gre­di­ents. www.jakesice­cream.com At (2) Em­pire State South, celebrity chef-owner Hugh Ach­e­son and ex­ec­u­tive chef Josh Hop­kins serve up de­lec­ta­ble South­ern fare, along­side stel­lar cock­tails, an ex­ten­sive cof­fee bar and a bocce court. www.em­pirestate­south.com Dozens of stalls at the (3) Grant Park Farm­ers Mar­ket sell or­ganic pro­duce, hand­made skin­care, ar­ti­sanal goods and more. Each week, lo­cal chefs present free demos and work­shops. Sun­days 9:30 am-1:30 pm from April 3-Dec. 18. www.

cf­matl.org/grant­park The mas­sive Ponce City Mar­ket of­fers mod­ern shops and din­ing con­cepts from top chefs. www.pon­cecity­mar­ket.com

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