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Well that one got away fast, didn’t it? With January in our rear-view mirror, it’s full-steam ahead to the month of love. Fill it with all the things your kids love, from trains to dinosaurs to fizzing, fascinating science. Keep reading for our favorite things to do this last weekend in January, below.

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Visit the Southeastern Railroad Museum — Georgia’s Official Transportation Museum featuring the largest collection of “rolling stock” in Georgia—means you can enjoy real, life-size trains, cars, and buses that have been part of history, check out an enormous collection of railroad memorabilia, and even take

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