Habitat is an exhibition on the 75 acres of old-growth forest, and immersive WildWoods at Fernbank Museum.
Explore the stories of habitats, and the plants, animals, and humans that call them home in this new outdoor exhibit at Fernbank Museum. Habitat showcases larger-than-life insect sculptures such as the impressive praying mantis that now guards the gardens.
The thriving forest and incredible immersion will make you forget that you’re only minutes away from Atlanta, as the exhibition will be taking place in their WildWoods.
Exhibition highlights includes Nests, which includes massive recreations of nests from the wild. Monarch and Meadows features monarch butterfly sculptures and two butterfly photo-ops for your Instagram! Including one with Georgia’s state butterfly, the Eastern Tiger Swallowtail!
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The exhibition’s drive behind the immersive art is highlighting importance of preserving these natural communities. You can catch Habitat for a limited time only, so make sure you check it out before it’s too late.
The exhibition will end on August 29, 2021. Entry is included with admission to Fernbank Museum which has several other activities on offer, including a 3D-theater. General admission to the museum is $20 for adults, and $18 for children.
General Admission includes all museum exhibits and outdoor experiences, including 75 acres of nature adventures in WildWoods and Fernbank Forest. The price does not include the 3D-theater but combo-tickets are available for purchase. Book here.
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