Children’s Museum of Atlanta

We were only in Atlanta, Georgia for two days, which I thought wouldn’t be enough time to do much of anything. I couldn’t have been more wrong. There’s so much to do in Atlanta. The first thing we did was the Children’s Museum of Atlanta.

I thought the children’s museum was great. I believe it is for children 8 and younger and you have to pay for anyone 2 years old and up. We got a military discount for all of us which made it $9 something each. We were there for less than three hours which was plenty of time for us.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta

This is an area where kids can work together to move blocks around.

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

Here the kids directed wind to make the windmills move.

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum
Farming area

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum
Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

Water play is always a huge hit with kids and the Atlanta Children’s museum has a large water play section.

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

They offer live shows with science experiments, like how to make cotton candy.

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

An elaborate ball area

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

A train area and more.

Atlanta Georgia Children's museum

There were also a few areas where the kids could climb and slide.

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3 Responses to “Children’s Museum of Atlanta”

  1. Coupon Clippin' Mommy

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  3. Rachel

    That looks like so much fun! Wish we had one in our area! Are you feeling any better?

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