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Children's Museum of Atlanta, Atlanta

(3.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • Parking across the street is around $10 or so. Easy convenient location and CNN, world of coca cola and acquarium are nearby if you have stamina for all this. The museum was enough for a day. Staff ha...  more »
  • Took my grandson and he did not want to leave.very educational and a must for any kid just finished renovating downtown near centennial park and the aquarium.  more »
  • We recently visited and my daughter and nephew both had a blast. We opted to leave our 2 older ones at home because we figured it was more for elementary kids and we were right. From the crane and bal...  more »
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  • First Tuesday is free which is great, but it is such a madhouse. Hundreds of kids everywhere. The floor plan is very open which makes it hard to corral kids. My two year old was thrilled with the place but also was so overstimulated he couldn't focus on anything and ran manically for two hours. The exhibits aren't as educational as I was expecting. It is more of a large indoor playground then something like a science center. Staff is all but nonexistent. There is a heavy reliance on the parenting abilities of other parents to supervise activities. And if you don't go on a free day out is very expensive imo, especially considering you still have to pay for parking. We will likely not be returning. I prefer places like science centers or Crayon Panda depending on what you are looking for.
  • I went to the Children's museum years ago and I vowed never to return because they didn't have anything special going on. I was invited out over the summer and boy oh boy things have changed! They have arts and crafts classes for the kids, different stations with themes, storytime. There was so much to do! We were there for 5 hrs and my kids had a blast! We will definitely be back!
  • Awesome exhibits, friendly and attentive staff, perfect for children 2-6 years old. Even the adults in our group enjoyed some of the exhibits, especially topography sand table. The only downside is there is no cafeteria, bring your own lunch or leave and get stamped for re-entry. Overall it was definitely worth it. Thanks for the fun day!
  • Great place to visit in Atlanta. With very few choices in this city for children to visit, this is a great one. Across from Centennial Park, your visit turns from a playground escapde to using their brains when visiting the different faces of the museum. Your kids can play in a grocery store, the wild west, and the robotic futures. The four stars was because some of the items and toys did not work as they should. Once fixed this museum is five star entertainment .
  • We (my daughter and I) love it here. We go often and she never gets bored. There is so much to do! The staff keeps it organized even as the kids are running around destroying the place lol.