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5 Kid-Friendly Museums in Atlanta

Atlanta is home to many world class museums, and many of them have amazing children’s programming to educate and entertain young visitors. Take a look at what’s in store when you visit any of these 5 kid friendly museums.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta:

Never mind the current scaffolding on the exterior. They’re still open and presenting hands on and exploratory learning for children 0 to 8. Some of the crowd favorites include the pint size grocery store, the tractor rides, and the treehouse. Kids will also be learning important science lessons while they’re playing around. (closed Wednesdays)

High Museum of Art:

This fine art museum offers programming for all age groups. Enjoy family events, open studio time for teens, and Toddler Thursdays complete with toddler tours and story times for children ages fifteen months through three years accompanied by their caregivers. (closed Mondays)

Worlds of Puppetry Museum:

Share your love for Kermit and Miss Piggy with your own children. They have the largest collection of Jim Henson memorabilia, puppets from around the world, puppet shows, and much more. (closed Mondays)

Fernbank Museum of Natural History:

Where can your kids see dinosaurs in between Jurassic Park sequels? The museum is bigger and better than ever with a new nature playground in a huge 75 acre outside space including WildWoods and Fernbank Forest. (open daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas)

Museum of Design Atlanta:

Your kids may think they’re just having fun, but they’ll also be sharpening their creative abilities and learning how to use design to change the world. Special classes, camps, and activities for kids combine design with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics). Plus, the second Sunday of every month is Free Family Day. (closed Mondays)

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