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Museums to take kids to during spring break

Imagine It! Children's Museum of Atlanta
Imagine It! Children's Museum of Atlanta
Rhonda M. G. Williams

Staying in town for spring break and looking for educational activities for the kids.  Metro Atlanta has fun, inexpensive museums for the whole family.

Imagine It! Children's Museum of Atlanta has their regular year-round exhibits and two new featured exhibits.  The Morph Gallery showcases a circus big top and Cyberspace:  The Chase is On! is an interactive exhibit in which kids help protect Cyberspace from the evil Hacker.

The Fernbank Museum of Natural History gives you their top ten reasons to visit during spring break.  Guests will enjoy some of the museum's regular attractions such as:  A Walk ThroughTime in Georgia, Giants of the Mesozoic, Nature Unleashed or view an IMAX movie.

On Saturday, April 3rd, the Fernbank Museum will be hosting a Dinosaur Egg Hunt in partneship with Radio Disney AM 590.  Check the schedule of events for times and locations.  Egg hunts are scheduled according to age.

The Georgia Aquarium will be hosting Spring Break Camp H2O from April 5-9, 2010.  Children are grouped according to age and grade levels.  There will be five different themes for each day of camp.  Discounts are available for annual pass members and multiple siblings.

Located about forty-five miles north of Atlanta, in Gainesville, GA is the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, affectionately called INK!.  INK! is thousands of square feet of fun!  Neighborhoods include: a grocery store, hair salon, Suntrust bank, veterinarian, and a diner to name a few.  Your kids will spend hours exploring the various exhibits.

The Atlanta History Center may be an excellent choice for older children.  AHC features signature exhibits and two temporary exhibits:  Native Lands:  Indians and Georgia and Let Your Motto be Resistance:  African American Portraits leaving on April 25, 2010. 


  • JO WOods 5 years ago

    Nice to see someone doing something for the kids.


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