It’s that time of the year again: spring break. Instead of going wild this year, it may be to time to explore the wonders you can find right here in our county. Here are the top 11 things to do in Gwinnett when the schools and allergies let out for the spring. (
- Medieval Times: Located right in Sugarloaf Mills, medieval times is a great way to be transported back to the Medieval ages for a grand old time. Plus, you can visit our website for a discounted link! Click Here
2. Check out Gwinnett’s water parks! Gwinnett has one of the best parks and recreation systems in the country, and there’s a number of great water parks to enjoy! These large aquatic centers usually also have waterslides and awesome ways to have a great time. For more information click here.
3. Into the Woods: American composer Stephen Sondheim cleverly answers the question, “What happens after happily ever after?” in this multiple Tony Award-winning musical, now an Oscar-nominated Disney motion picture.
4. Watch the classic Snow White, now with a twist! Everyone knows the classic tale of Snow White, but in this adaption at the New London Theater, the Magic Mirror not only talks – it walks! Shiver and shake as the scheming Queen transforms herself into various personalities like Esmeralda, the young gypsy, and a withered Crone so horrible even the Queen herself is terrified!
5. Check out the Treehouses Exhibits! At the Gwinnett Enviornmental and Health Center, immerse yourself in an indoor tree house and explore firsthand who lives in the trees through stereoscopic viewfinders, tracking clues, natural artifacts and sounds. The lively setting will have visitors roaming from tree to tree to house as they discover the many habitats that trees provide for animals large and small-and people too!
6. Tannery Row Artist Colony: Get classy and cultural this spring break! Enjoy numerous different types of art from talented artists who have received national and international recognition
7. Go Shopping! Downtown Lawrencville is filled with quaint small businesses, performing arts, great dining, and unique shops. Suwanee, Duluth, and Peachtree Corners also all have similar downtown areas to explore and have a blast in.
8. Treetop Quest: Zip through the trees at Gwinnett’s only zip line adventure course! Created to accommodate all ages.
9. Try Rock Climbing! Rock climbing is extremely fun but can be rather intimidating. That’s why Adrenaline Climbing offers guided weekend ClimbTime for newcomers to grasp the basics before they’re ready to move on.