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Children's Museum of Atlanta, Atlanta

Categories: Children’s Museums, Museums
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3/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
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  • The little ones loved it ... a great choice to relax the small ... the problem is they want to go.
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  • This is my 4-year olds favorite museum in town! I thought it was a bit too small and there could be more activities for the price of the ticket (about $15) but the child loved it so it was worth it. H...  read more »
  • We absolutely love the Children's Museum of Atlanta. The exhibits are changed frequently. The staff guiding art projects and other craft projects are always very friendly and informative. It is always clean and well-maintained. It is one of the most affordable memberships in town.
  • We were visiting Atlanta for vacation and decided to give this place a try. My 7yo and 2yo boys loved it there. It it was up to them, we would stay and play for days on end. But alas, we only had a few hours. Place was clean, staff was friendly. Young kids need to be watched closely - easy to get mixed in with the rest of the kids.
  • Today I took my 2 year old daughter to the museum. I was blown away at the environment, amount of staff and high quality of the activities. It was very busy but I never felt like we were waiting for a turn. It's very spacious, extremely clean and well staffed. Some of her favorite activities were the kinetic sand tables, train tables, fishing table, shopping carts, painting wall, building blocks, etc. I am an educator and saw the educational impact of the different areas. We had a great experience!
  • My two boys and I love it here (before the renovation and even more so after)! The most cost effective way to visit is to buy a membership, also Monday is their least busy day, it's a family day and no field trips are allowed. We went Saturdays too and it's very busy but still fun for the whole family. Children have so much to do and really use their imagination (there's an amazing kitchen, farm with tractor and a cow, traveling exhibits, science section upstairs, lots of train tables in shape of continents, moon sand with a laser beam that projects topographical map on the sand while you build the mounds(!), 2 crafting stations (you have to sign up, it's every hour I think), and more!) We always go to the GA aquarium after since it's right next door (we have a membership), you can also go to the Centennial park and let the kids play at playground (if they still have any energy left). I'm so glad we have such a great museum in our city!!!
  • We went to the Children's Museum with our 2.5 year old and she absolutely LOVED it! We were so happy with our experience that we purchased a membership that day. Unfortunately, the next time that we went there was a line out the door and we were told they were full to capacity and despite having a membership we could not get in. They stated that they sent out an email recommending making reservations prior to attending to ensure entrance. We did not receive this email, and we were not told this upon purchasing our membership. We tried to make reservations online the following day, however was unable to make reservations for a "guest pass" to accompany our membership pass. I attempted to call the museum a half dozen times throughout the morning and day to make reservations. No one picked up the phone and I did not receive a call back, therefore we were unable to go a second day in a row - we did not want to chance wasting more money on expensive parking after a long drive with a toddler just to be told we could not get in again. VERY disappointed.
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