Imagine it! The Children's Museum of Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia
275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313| Map |
Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta is a children's museum located in Downtown, adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park. The Museum hosts three exhibits per year.
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Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
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Address: 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313| Map
Hours: Open Mon-Fri 10 am - 4 pm, Sat-Sun 10 am - 5 pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Price: Adults & Children (2+): $12.75 Children under 2: Free
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An Educational Playground for Kids 12 and youngerFlag review
The Children's Museum features four permanent exhibits and a morph gallery for traveling exhibits. Permanent exhibits include: Fundamentally Food, a Crawl Space for babies, Leaping into Learning which offers water play, Get Your Creativity Flowing covers the arts and Tools for Solutions lets kids experiment with simple machines. The crawl space is limited to only crawlers, which is great for little ones. They can pull up on things, crawl over things etc. If you have more than one child, thee Leaping into Learning is right next to the crawl space and has a gate, so older kids aren't running all over. For parents, the When I Am… cards offer information on the technical skills their children are acquiring during their play sessions. The cards are available in racks as you enter the museum. The simple machines can get a line, so if it's empty, go here first.
Tips for Families
Check to see if they are still doing the Target Free Tuesdays. The second Tuesday of the month from 1 pm to close Target sponsors free admission. This contract is renewed yearly, so check before you go to make sure it's still in effect.
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Very fun for kids and babies. Im taking my 2 year old son :-) The only reason i give 3 stars is because there is a area where you can take kids 2 and under & my son just made two and they kicked him out ummmmm excuse me but i le...
Absolutely one of THE BEST places to take your kids for a day filled with fun, laughter and play!! My kids love this place and always look forward to going back! With the many things to do at this museum they never run out of fun. I usually leave pretty worn out but feeling great because they've had such a good time. Check their calender and find out what days they offer free Tuesdays. Yes, they offer free Tuesdays through a program called Target Free Tuesdays. Just check their website. They also offer memberships so if you have a great time and want to visit again, and again a membership is the way to go. And, every Wednesday starting from June 15th - September 7th children wearing a team shirt or team unif...
This place is awesome for kids. Children can touch EVERYTHING. There's a water play area where kids can "fish" and they even have cute animal theme or career theme smocks available to keep the kids from getting their clothes wet. There are climbing areas and small slides that are safe for really young children. When I first walked in (in the afternoon) I could smell the bleach they use to sanitize. That was definitely a plus because I know the area will be clean. There's a music area with a video camera which makes it look like the kids are on tv playing congo drums with "real" musicians playing along in the background. There are tv screens so that the kids can watch themselves play and a screen outside for ...
I agree with the other reviewers who noted this is a bit expensive ($12/adult, I believe) for what you get. We have a season pass, though, and feel like it's well worth the price as we take our 2-year old son here about once a week. When he was a bit younger, all he wanted to do was play on the train tables. I used to joke that we were paying all that money for him to do something he could do for free at home. But they have train tables that are multi-level and more interesting than ours. As he has grown, he has branched out and enjoys the other activities. As you walk in, there is a "farm" area, complete with a big tractor that the kids (including mine) love to drive. There is also a fake cow they can milk....