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33 spooktacular October events for Atlanta families
Including tons of Halloween fun!
Sizing up the roller coasters at Six Flags Over Georgia
Just in time for National Roller Coaster Day, get the rundown on each of Six Flags Over Georgia's 12 coasters.
4 offbeat ways to celebrate July 4 in Atlanta
Mix up your holiday traditions with doughnuts, dolphins, and roller coasters.
9 things to do in Atlanta for Father’s Day
From playing catch at Turner Field to visiting animal dads at Zoo Atlanta, there's something for every dad to do on his special day
What you need to know about Hurricane Harbor, the new Six Flags water park
Six Flags Over Georgia, where throwing your hands in the air, relishing in the thrilling moments of plunging downhill and looping upside-down in reckless (and seat-belted) abandon is totally and completely worth the wait in line … with the sweltering heat, dizziness, and nausea that accompany it. Right?
Six Flags Over Georgia opens
It took $12 million to transform a 276-acre dairy farm west of Downtown into the Southeast’s first theme park; that Magic Kingdom down in Orlando wouldn’t open for four years. But all the clearing and construction didn’t eradicate the red clay and scrubby pines of the Cobb County surroundings when Six Flags Over Georgia opened for business on June 16, 1967. That rustic flavor added to the verisimilitude of Six Flags Over Georgia’s prime attractions: the Dahlonega Mine Train roller coaster, which hurtled from a thirty-seven-foot peak, and the Tales of the Okefenokee boat ride, which took passengers past slightly creepy scenes based on Joel Chandler Harris fables.
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