Children’s Museum of Atlanta is flying into February!
Families are invited to Children’s Museum of Atlanta for a month filled with entertaining and educational adventures. Considering February is Black History Month, kids will be immersed in African American history to commemorate this important month.
As well as this, love is most definitely in the air, with Valentine’s Day special events also happening this month.
For Black History Month, there will be several programs that y’all can take part in. From Storytime that amplifies Black voices to hands-on activities surrounding Black History Month. With leading African Americans highlighted on Stage and at the Science Bar, learn about Black engineers, mathematicians and scientists.
In the Art Studio and Innovation Station, little ones will craft and invent while learning about Black artists and innovators, including collage artist Mark Bradford, inventor Lonnie Johnson and more.
Their Valentine’s Day programming includes the Museum’s reading of “Love Makes a Family” by Sophie Beer, and craft colorful cards for their loved ones in the Art Studio. They will also enjoy a heartbeat dance party at the Science Bar and even practice animal yoga!
For more information and all the events scheduled at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta, visit their website. You can find the museum at 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW, 30313.