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2055 Beaver Ruin Road, Norcross

Driving, Driver's Permit, Tiny Dollars, Computer Access, and 30 Hours DDS Classes at Tiny Towne (Up to 84% Off)

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In high-tech mini cars, future drivers can adhere to the rules of the road and practice safety in an educational and entertaining manner

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Sheriffat
3 ratings3 reviews
3 days ago
Kids loved it!
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Nasontop reviewer
15 ratings12 reviews
3 days ago
Tiny Towne is a excellent family outing. It is educational as well as fun. I recommend every family visit here and take advantage of the knowledge that Tinytowne provides.
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tameka
4 ratings2 reviews
7 days ago
It was ok. Long wait times for the cars and the arcade is limited. But it was just ok.
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Moniquetop reviewer
26 ratings11 reviews
August 22, 2021
My grandkids loved this place. Need to open one south of Atlanta.
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Shellietop reviewer
18 ratings13 reviews
August 17, 2021
Took the grandkids. The 4 year old loved driving the cars and little brother, 18 months, watched. Then they discovered the game room. Oh boy! They loved it. My only suggestion is to offer scooped ice cream. The ones in the freezer bin are too big for little ones. That was our only waste of money. Highly recommend.
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Kim
1 ratings1 reviews
August 14, 2021
Our experience here was a great one. My daughter has been asking to go back for months now. The place is super clean the food is good and the workers are incredibly nice. Definitely would go back!
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Shaluntetop reviewer
32 ratings26 reviews1 photos
August 9, 2021
My 10 and 5 year old loved it. We upgraded our ticket for ten dollars bought driver's license. Sent an additional $60 but it was all worth it for the kids.
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Libbytop reviewer
9 ratings5 reviews
August 2, 2021
Too my 3 year old grandson. Had a great time.
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About This Deal

  • Two different car sizes are available for kids ages 3–9—Tiny and Booster. The Tiny cars hold kids at least 3 years old and shorter than 45 inches tall. The Booster cars hold kids taller than 45 inches and up to 57 inches. Kids and teens taller than 57 inches operate the smart cars.
  • Admission to Tiny Towne is free, but cars operate on credits. Read the FAQs to see how many credits driving, arcade games, and train rides cost.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Must be at least 9 years old and 57" to drive a smart car. For the 5 year TT Driver's permit, must be at least 12 years old. This is a UGA pilot study on Tiny Towne driving school. Total offer value is based on program completion. Students who complete the program will satisfy "Jashaw Law' and will get a DDS approved driving certificate. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.

About Tiny Towne

Tiny Towne is any little kid's dream village: the year-round temperature is a balmy 72–78 degrees, the skies are always free of clouds, and they're the ones in the driver's seat. At Tiny Towne, the philosophy is that no child is too young to learn the rules of the road. Here, in a 36,000-square-foot facility, kids ages 3–16 take the wheel in a real-life video game, cruising down streets in scaled-down cars. But instead of going on a joyride to the nearest toy store, little drivers must obey all traffic signs and signals, especially if they want to move up a level. Drivers make their way through three such levels by displaying proper driving skills, completing tests on the high-tech touch-screen computers, and participating in traffic-safety educational programs.

As their kids drive, parents can stroll through the town or observe from an umbrella-shaded table on the balcony. Nearby, a train that offers little kids rides circles the town and goes through a tunnel. After driving on the tracks or riding the train, kids can join their families in Tiny Towne's restaurant for a bite to eat and then head to the Carcade to play a few games.