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Children’s Museum of Atlanta is a place where children can interact with everything on the Museum floor with the goal of sparking imagination and inspiring discovery and learning through the power of play.
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30313-1827
All reviews fishing pond plastic balls grocery area climbing area sand play shopping carts great for young kids block walk year olds centennial olympic park waffle house few hours all ages couple of hours fun afternoon interactive activities lots of fun
While staying in Atlanta for a couple of days we decided to visit this museum with our 6yo.
Tickets were not cheap and even as an adult you pay a full fare and to be honest, there isn't much to do for adults inside. Our...More
We had so much fun, even with a Broken arm my Granddaughter loved it...
She and her little sister come often and really enjoy it.
What is her favorite thing to do ? Everything..!!!!!
Climbing high, doing the crafts, listening to the performances, seeing Daniel...More
Took the grandkids, ages 2 through seven.
Extremely interactive, everything from water activities, through science and even included performances where the kids could participate.
Some of the displays change periodically so it stays fresh
You can also bring in lunch, Limited dining options in the...More
Beware! We spent 3 hours here, and the only reason my daughter agreed to leave was because the place was shutting for the day! But this is a great spot - educational, fun, workshops, hands on and not too busy. Remember to get your tickets...More
Family of three adults and our 7 year-old granddaughter from The North Myrtle Beach area of South Carolina.
Parking- there are plenty of parking garages nearby the children’s museum.
Cost- Reasonable cost
We spent two hours inside and museum and my enthusiast granddaughter was occupied...More
I visited it with my 5 yrs old son. He was very excited about it, the place it’s beautiful and it has everything to entertain us but it’s to small. Basically you can see it in an hour. We flew from Kentucky just to visit...More
We took our 2 year old granddaughter and had our 16 year old daughter with us. Wasn't sure what to expect but was excited to find out. We have a Children's Museum in our town and it is okay. The Atlanta Children's Museum was amazing!!...More
I have been to children's museums in a big city (Houston) and smaller ones (Lafayette, LA; Lynchburg, VA; Wilmington, NC) and medium ones (Raleigh, NC). I was a little bit shocked to find that the Atlanta one probably resembles, at least in size, the small...More
The Children's Museum of Atlanta is a good stop for kids. It is not large as far as children's museums go, but is a fun stop for a couple of hours. The exhibits are mostly all in one larger room and an overlooking balcony, rather...More