Newnan, GA

Three kid-friendly destinations to spend your weekend in Newman

Amy Cheribelle

NEWNAN, GA — For those looking for kid-friendly destinations in Newman, you may want to consider coming to these three places. Not only allowing children to have fun, but some of them will also give them the opportunity to learn at the same time.

1. Splatterdash at 1741C Newnan Crossing Blvd

Splatterdash offers various programs both for kids and adults. Included in what they offer for kids are art camps, which are held during summer and school breaks, and art parties. The nearest art camps program will be held in October. In these camps, children will have various projects to work on, including drawing, painting, and ceramic projects.

In the art parties, which can be held both virtually and in person, children will be guided step-by-step by professional instructors to make their artwork. To get more information, visit here.

2. Train Depot at 60 E Broad St, Newnan, GA 30263

Train Depot offers you a history of the famous local battle through paintings and artifacts. Included in what the five paintings are depicting are a battle scene at Brown’s Mill and the arrival of Federal troops at the Depot.

The artifacts you can see at the depot are also related to the Battle at Brown’s Mill. To get more information, visit here.

3. Urban Air Adventure Park at 231 Newnan Crossing Bypass, Newnan, GA 30265

This one is an indoor amusement that offers various fun activities for children, including adventure hub, sky rider, ropes course, climbing walls, and warrior course. Kids area for children ages 7 and under is also available.

This place is open every Monday-Thursday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Friday from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Saturday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, and Sunday from 12:00 pm to 8:00 pm. To get more information, visit here.

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