The Best Kids Stores in Atlanta
We recommend these top kids stores in Atlanta. Comment below with your own favorite shop or go-to spot for cool kids clothes and baby gear. We’d love to hear all about your favorite Atl kids shop!
Dressing your little one can be a fun rewarding experience! I love the variety of goods hand curated by the owners at these local kid stores, right here in Atlanta.
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West Side – Howell Mill Rd.
The owner of Seed Factory picks out the highest quality baby and toddler goods in Atlanta. Shopping here is a heartwarming experience. Sporting a GIANT wall of fresh new stories, organic baby blankets and toy animals, there is a reason why Seed Factory has been an top Atlanta Baby store for over 12 years!
We love the sweet owner’s large collection of Bla Bla Dolls (based in Virginia Highlands). Oh! and these Maileg Mice are a personal favorite due to their creative packaging and fine craftsmanship. You must visit this incredible baby store and discover you and your little one’s favorites.
Speaking of mice! In our modern age its often easier to shop for kids with the click of a mouse. But online purchases rarely wow in person. Savvy moms stick with staple brands for convenience. As busy women, we totally get it. But its fun to see your little one styled in the cutest new look? Let’s discover toddler outfits that makes kids WANT to get dressed, and toys that make little ones think outside the box.
Seeking something different? How about the best hand selected kids brands, by real moms in your community.
With two locations…wait 3! I almost forgot Ponce City Market in downtown atlanta where we share a store together upstairs at Citizen Supply. Old Fourth Ward – Atlanta
..And the most amazing dress up clothes in Decatur & Athens Georgia! This shop holds art classes and birthday parties for kids. They offer some of the most unique natural toys, books and games. Checkout these animal heads from English designer Fiona Walker. Definitely a fun visit for Atlanta kids and parents alike!
In Summary: Who doesn’t enjoy compiling a dream wardrobe or playroom on Pinterest. We all do, but when you’re seeking weekend activities for kids in Atlanta, or some after school fun we encourage you to experience these unique stores’ offerings. Nothing compares to a hands-on experience.
All the best!
– Little Lula