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Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon
(4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • We live in FL & had planned on spending our son's birthday here only to find out it was closed. Nothing posted on the website as I had checked their calendar 2 days earlier. Then they tells us it'll o...  more »
  • This is a very good museum for a small town. It has a lot of hands on activities and our grandchildren loved being on the on TV screen weather report. They really like the wildlife demonstration and t...  more »
  • I have been to museums but never a planetarium, so this was a treat. It was a fun and interesting visit. My son and his friends (age 18) had fun playing with the green screen weather forecast in the h...  more »
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  • Looks tiny driving up to the building, continues to underwhelm in lobby. Just beyond the NASA Astronaut Training Aparatos you randomly find yourself entering a cosy clubhouse-style atrium/contained wildlife habitat area...naturally following the curve of the room all of a sudden a seemlessly incorporated show-type seating area appears & an intimate, un-mic'd, approachable team (of sorts) present some really lite & interesting bits of topical knowledge, in a manner like ive never before had the pleasure (I mean, TRUE Pleasure) of interactive-fun-learning. After the show, we joyfilly entered an almost endless array of nook-like areas, rooms, and exhibits that were lighthearted enough in their respective subject matters to keep our excitment level while at the same time grab attention in a way where--learning actually became fun and thrilling. then, the coolest earth inside out planitarium intimate show occurs just down the hall from the actual planitarium full show that lives up to the now higher expectation all of the prior exhibites throughout the museum have built up to this point.
  • Very cool museum. My kids loved the live animal show. The planetarium is always fun and educational. Clean and well kept museum.
  • This is the best of it's kind in the area. It is a great learning experience for all age levels. Make sure you schedule a time to go when performances are taking place. The museum as a whole feels dated. It could use some sort of revamping. There's a trail here that is good for exploring things you don't necessarily see everyday. They also have a small zoo-like area. Overall, this is a great activity for families. It does leave a bit to be desired though.
  • It's so cold there
  • First Saturday of each month is free admission. Great place for the whole family.