As a dedicated nanny agency that is focused on only the best for our families, Signet Nannies has put together some attractions in and around Atlanta, GA as a resource for parents and caregivers.

1. Chattahoochee Nature Center

This is Atlanta’s Nature Destination; the Chattahoochee Nature Center offers community events for children, families and adults.

2. Andretti Indoor Karting & Games

The karting and entertainment complexes feature state-of-the-art indoor racing, an elevated ropes course, a 7-D motion theater, racing simulators and over 100 arcade games. There are multiple locations in Atlanta.

3. Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta is one of the nation’s best zoos. It has more than 1,500 animals, most notably gorillas and giant pandas (it’s one of the few zoos in the country housing these critically endangered animals). Also on-site are a petting zoo, train rides and a carousel.

4. Centennial Olympic Park

This 21-acre park is a permanent legacy to the Atlanta-hosted 1996 Olympic games. It offers easy access to the Georgia AquariumWorld of Coca-ColaCNN CenterPhilips Arena and the Georgia World Congress Center. The park features several monuments dedicated to Olympic ideals, plus a children’s playground and a full calendar of festivals, outdoor concerts and films.

5. Stone Mountain Park

A 3,300-acre park surrounds the world’s largest granite monolith. Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most popular attraction. It offers interactive family-friendly attractions and many natural and historic sights.

6. Fernbank Museum of Natural History

At Fernbank, you’ll discover a new way to museum through immersive, memorable and science-rich experiences. Experience a world of adventure filled with dinosaurs, live animals, cultural artifacts and hands-on science explorations. Fernbank’s Giant Screen Theater lets you experience some of the most incredible places, cultures, animals, discoveries and beyond in 2D and 3D formats.

7. LEGOLAND Discovery Center

Enjoy hands-on play areas, a 4-D cinema, classes, rides and the MINILAND exhibit, with iconic buildings made out of LEGOs.


As a dedicated nanny agency that is focused on only the best for our families, Signet Nannies has put together some attractions in and around Boise, the Greater Treasure Valley and Sun Valley as a resource for parents and caregivers.


This is Northwest’s largest waterpark that has awesome water attractions for the whole family. Right next to it is the Wahooz Fun Zone that has indoor and outdoor attractions –

2. ZOO BOISE – Boise, ID

With its mission to increase public awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the zoo, wild animals, animal habitats, species conservation, and the environment, Zoo Boise has a variety of animals that makes for fun and a good learning experience.


This is Idaho’s only hands-on science center that provides fun, interactive STEM learning by bringing the community over 150 hands on exhibits, non-traditional educational programming for all ages, and a safe space for all to explore.


This serves as a place to preserve military aviation history and has since become an educational destination for over many school-age children and visitors each year.


The aquarium contains over 250 different species of animals and marine life. Some of these animals include iguanas, freshwater turtles and fish, snakes and lizards.


Sun Valley is the all-season family resort destination for skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, recreation and many more.


As a dedicated nanny agency that is focused on only the best for our families, Signet Nannies has put together some attractions in and around Birmingham, as a resource for parents.

1. Birmingham Zoo

Focused on inspiring passion to conserve the world, Birmingham Zoo is one of Alabama’s most popular attractions. From Trails of Africa to the Children’s Zoo and everything in-between, the Birmingham Zoo features animals from all over the world. One can see animals such as red pandas, lions, giraffes, orangutans, rhinos, bears, elephants, sea lions, zebras, a jaguar, a hippo and many more

2. Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Birmingham Botanical Gardens seeks to inspire a passion for plants, gardens, and the environment. It is Alabama’s largest living museum with more than 12,000 different plants in its living collections. The Gardens open 365 days a year, dawn to dusk. Admission is always free

3. The EarlyWorks Children’s Museum

The museum is designed for children as a hands-on, interactive history museum. The mission is to connect children and their families to history and heritage through creative play, imagination, and discovery.

4. Alabama Adventure & Splash Adventure

A combination of water and an amusement park, Alabama Adventure and Splash Adventure has over 25 attractions (All for one low price!). Whether you like to Ride, Slide, or Relax, Alabama Adventure is the place for you and your family!

5. McWane Science Center

This is a stimulating interactive science museum to “spark wonder and curiosity about our world through hands-on science. Some of the permanent exhibits include Sea Monsters, World of Water Aquarium and Shark and Ray Touch Tank.