Mableton is a census-designated place in Cobb County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, Mableton had a population of 37,115. When Brookhaven became a city in December 2012, Mableton became the largest unincorporated community in Metro Atlanta.
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4 based on 2 reviews
Just outside Atlanta, this popular Six Flags is full of rides, shows and plenty of amusement for all ages.
This park was very disappointing. While it has some excellent rides (e.g., Mindbender, Goliath, a Superman flying coaster) and a bizarre Monster-themed water dark ride, it is an operational disaster.
I pre-bought Platinum Flash Passes (at $95 each) and the queue to pick up my wristband was over an hour. Not amused that the device intended to help you save time in line comes with a one hour line, and the center was not close to fully staffed. Flash pass lines were mostly short, except Scream Machine, which were ridiculously long.
Wait times were wildly off - for the antique car ride, the app said 20 minutes, the sign at the ride said 15 minutes, and actual wait time was 75 minutes. For Scream Machine, wait time said 20 minutes, and the Flash Pass line was longer than that.
Ride ops in general were slow - long times in between trains on coasters. No effort was made to run at full capacity by trying to fill every seat on rides.
The best thing I can say is that some of the people working at the park were very nice and compassionate.
4.5 based on 856 reviews
Colorful gardens and park in Marietta. Perfect for picnic lunches in the summer.
The first time I visited Marietta Square was in October 2017 and it was just great! Lots of nice shops and funky restaurants. My wife and I visited again last week (March 2018) and, well, we were surprised. First, most places don't open until 10am or later. Second, they seem to have ripped out a lot of trees and are remodelling the side walk along one whole side of the square - its a big building site. Also we noticed that a few of the shops that were there last year have closed down and are empty. So, all in all, a bit disappointing to what it was. Hopefully by Summer 2018 it will look a lot better - but in March 2018 it was, like, eh... meh.
4.5 based on 291 reviews
We generally walk here at least once a week for about 3 miles, starting at the Nickajack Elementary school (Mavell rd) or at the corner of Fountain rd and the E-W Connector.
It's paved, so you'd have to watch the bicyclists. Not all of them give you a warning ("on your right") and some think they're in the Tour the France.
It's not lit, so don't press your luck by walking after sunset.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
I visited the park in order to see the ruins of the New Manchester Factory. Life in New Manchester, now encompassed by Sweetwater State Park, centered around a huge 5-story textile mill. The mill was powered by a headrace channel diverted from Sweetwater Creek.
It was in full production on July 9th of 1864 when US soldiers forced their way into the factory and set the building ablaze. After being detained in Kentucky, the factory workers were set free North of the Ohio River as long as they swore allegiance to the Union and promised not to return to Georgia.
New Manchester did not survive the loss of its employment base and majority of its population, but the 5-story brick walls of the factory still tower above the creek.
This weekend the park celebrated New Manchester days with historic demonstrations and reenactments.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Georgia Aquarium is the world's most magical aquarium. Situated near Centennial Olympic Park and World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta,Georgia, Georgia Aquarium offers its guests an experience like no other. Across six separate galleries, with more than 70 amazing habitats, 10 million gallons of water and thousands of species of marine animals, guests will marvel at, learn about and come to better understand such majestic aquatic animals as whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, beluga whales, sea otters, African penguins and thousands of species of exotic fish and other animals. The spectacular AT&T Dolphin Tales show combines incredible natural animal behaviors with dynamic theatrics, a Broadway-inspired musical score and a compelling story, which together underscore the connection between humans and the animal world. The animated "Deepo's Undersea 3D Wondershow," for all ages, tells an entertaining but important story about conserving and protecting animals and their natural environment. Cafe Aquaria offers delicious sandwiches, salads, pizza, pasta and delectable desserts. Two gift shops give visitors the chance to take home a treasured collectible. Special animal encounter programs offer the chance to go behind the scenes and come face-to-face with dolphins, sea otters and penguins. Guests can even swim or dive with whale sharks and manta rays in the world's largest aquarium habitat (at 6.3 Million gallons), Ocean Voyager built by the Home Depot. And an onsite parking deck immediately adjacent to the aquarium means quick, easy-to-find and affordable parking.
We went during spring break week, so it might not always be like this. But the place was so crowded we didn't really get to enjoy any of the exhibits for being jostled along. I had always heard it was a fabulous aquarium, but I will never visit it again, nor do I recommend anyone try during a typically "busy" week. I bought tickets in advance, because I had heard the number of attendees was regulated. That number should be lowered. I had driven 5 hours with my grandchildren for this attraction and we left after an hour because it was PURE chaos.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
We did drive all the way from Central Georgia to Mableton for seeing The Atlanta Pops perform with Chloë Agnew and it was beyond expectation. The weather was still 84ºF or 29ºC at 6:30 PM when we got seated for the Concert. Comfortable, under a roof and great view with excellent acoustics. Our Holiday Inn Express Hotel was only 4 miles away.
We were in awe.
Mariette's Back to Basics
4 based on 11 reviews
Immerse yourself in World of Coca-Cola, the one and only place you can explore the story of the world's most popular beverage brand. It's a place where anyone can experience moments of happiness and wonder. At World of Coca-Cola, inspiration is around every corner - from the vault where we secure our secret formula, to world-class art and memorabilia to more than 100 beverages to taste from around the world. With opportunities to meet the Coca-Cola Polar Bear, take a VIP Guided Tour - and more - it's no wonder that the World of Coke is a must-see among the top things to do in Atlanta, Georgia.
My daughter and her friend loved it! I was surprised at all the information I was able to take away from the visit. We will probably go again on an off season day to really slow down and enjoy the day.
4 based on 43 reviews
Fox Creek Golf Club was designed by famed designer John LaFoy. Fox Creek is a beautiful Par 62 golf course nestled in the historic city of Smyrna surrounded by towering Georgia pines. The course features Champion Bermuda grass greens. Conveniently located in Cobb County and just a short drive from downtown Atlanta. Fox Creek is a fun place to play and practice for golfers of all skill levels. Short on time? Fox Creek's executive style layout offers a quick round of golf to fit your busy schedule.
Convenient and professionally run executive course. Friendly, well trained staff who act like they enjoy working with the public. Over the last 4 years, management company has upgraded the course tees to greens. Somewhat challenging with hole distance and sand trap placements. Will use most clubs in bag. Large driving range with both chipping and putting greens.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Great products (Ukuleles, cases, strings, etc.), outstanding customer service and a really fun place to visit. Owners Mike and Donna are very knowledgeable about the Ukuleles they sell and are more than willing to take the time to make sure the customer gets a fine...MoreThank you, Bry! We love what we do and we try to let that show with every visitor!
5 based on 11 reviews
I had never been through an escape room, but I had a general idea of what to expect. My expectations were exceeded! The clues were clever, the puzzles tricky, and the over quality was excellent.
One thing that I really appreciated was the fact that all of the clues and puzzles tied into the theme. There was no, "I found a pad lock. Look, there's a random number written under this lamp. That must be the combination". Everything worked together great. AND, there's a super awesome surprise half way through...but that's all I'm going to say about that!.
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