Celebrate National Puzzle Day with Unexpected Ways to Play in Atlanta

Celebrate National Puzzle Day with Unexpected Ways to Play in Atlanta
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Celebrate National Puzzle Day with Unexpected Ways to Play in Atlanta

Does your family play board games? Do you have a jigsaw puzzle always in progress? Are you curious about scavenger hunts, but don’t know where to start? Then, January 29th, National Puzzle Day is for you!

Check out the unexpected ways you can get your family’s game on in and around Atlanta! 

  • Amazing Georgia Digital Puzzles – Holidays in Helen, Chattahoochee Riverwalk, Tallulah Gorge – experience many of Georgia’s most beautiful places in the comfort of your own home with these online jigsaws.
  • Atlanta Puzzle Tours – Set aside an afternoon to follow a riddle-laden trail through the east Beltline.  A downtown version of the tour is coming soon!
  • Clue Town Books – Available in stores around Atlanta, these kits take you on adventures in popular parts of town. They also offer indoor quests when you are snowed in or just need to do something new!
  • Escapely Adventure Box – There’s mischief afoot in Little Five Points! Solve the crime – evidence is everywhere – and learn more about the city along the way.
  • Local Libraries – Did you know you can borrow puzzles at many libraries? Fulton County Library has book suggestions to challenge you for National Puzzle Day, or you can gather with other enthusiasts in person at Cobb County’s Switzer Library. Switzer also offers Second Sunday Game Days regularly.
  • Murder Mystery Dinner – Treat yourself to a delicious meal at Petite Violette, and embrace your inner actor as a character in the show! The next production coming up in February is entitled “NCI-SVU-Brookhaven.”
  • Museum of Illusions – Head over to Atlantic Station to challenge your perspective with interactive illusion rooms, mind-bending installations, and mesmerizing images.
  • Mystery Picnic – Take your family on a food hunt!  This self-guided tour with specially curated clues and riddles leads you to unique establishments to gather your picnic meal.
  • Scavenger Hunt Atlanta – Engage your children’s reading and critical thinking skills on these customized scavenger hunts in a mall, out in the wild, or even via Marta and the new Atlanta Street Car – think Amazing Race!

Mrs. Paul’s Class – I teach 5th grade, and my students love a good brainteaser! Here are a few favorites:

Share your love of puzzles or other fun family outings below!


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