The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is an educational space where kids can learn about a plethora of interesting things, from science and culture to global celebrations, and beyond. But what many might not know is that you can access this family-fun museum for free on select days throughout the year.
The museum is a non-profit in the heart of Atlanta, providing unique opportunities for children to learn through the power of play. Thanks to their sponsors, they are also able to provide their ‘Family Free Day,’ happening several times throughout the year.
They announced in a recent press release, “PNC Foundation has pledged $150,000 over three years, to support the Museum’s Family Free Days. Beginning Wed., Feb. 8, 2023 the quarterly program offers an immersive, fun-filled day for more than 200,000 children and families.”
From insightful permanent exhibitions to special events, there’s always something going on at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. For more information on the museum, click here to visit their website.
In other news, the museum recently opened a brand-new exhibit based on the hit preschool series PAW Patrol, which is produced by Spin Master Entertainment and airs on Nickelodeon. This interactive exhibit gives visitors an opportunity to run rescue missions and work together to overcome challenges in a fun and immersive environment. The limited-time exhibition will continue through Jan. 8, 2023, so don’t miss out y’all!
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is just one of the many family-fun activities you can treat the kids to in A-Town. However, there’s plenty more where that came from! From our magnificent aquarium to escape rooms, the BeltLine and beyond, don’t miss our recent round-up of unforgettable experiences to do with your kids in Atlanta.
There’s truly something to keep everyone in the family happy, so to read the full round-up, click here or the link below.