The Children's Museum Of Atlanta

275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive
404-659-5437

Mission:

The mission of Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta is to spark imagination and inspire discovery and learning for all children through the power of play.


Reviews

Swati

Rating:
Friday, Sep. 22, 2017

No way kids won't love it..let them play with balls, or cook in kitchen or make art in workshop or build a project or build blocks or do plumbing or do slides...yes that many things. It has daily art classes almost every hour and building workshops. Those were fun for my 4 year old. Lots of different exhibits and it sounds large when you read 30000 square feet, but quite compact place. We liked our visit. Food: they have picnic table and no cafeteria. So suggest to bring your own food. Vending machines with very limited and not so healthy choices.

Ashley Soverns

Rating:
Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

Love this place! We use to visit on the free days till this year I didn't want to wait for them so i got a membership. Now we go all the time. The parking sucks tho. I pay for membership but still have to pay parking each time I go.. I mean come on

Mariam Mohammed

Rating:
Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017

Nice place. My kids enjoyed it - ages are almost 6yo and 3yo. The parking lot is across the street and you have to pay (just fyi). There was an area upstairs with tables and chairs so I assume it's okay to bring your own food. We spent 2 hrs there, but I think you could probably spend a max of 3 hrs. There are things for older (5-9ish yo) kids that are more interactive electronic type things which were pretty cool and climbing structures. And of course tons for the younger ones.

Avita Williams

Rating:
Wednesday, Sep. 27, 2017

This place is so amazing for children. Even I had a great time. I've never seen my son so stimulated and free. The staff is simply amazing and they keep the facility very clean. My little baby learns so much everytime we go. Worth every penny!!!!

Kaylee Newman

Rating:
Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017

This is a great place to let the kids run free and rest. I'm In this building you have a ball area where the balls go up and down with suction and gravity, two climbing areas, painting on a wall, sand, science to learn about light, a grocery, boxes, kitchen, farm, piano stairs, glowing tube instruments, and a large place for children 5 yrs and younger. This is a great place to reward your children, and reward yourself. Have fun by letting yourself loose. Don't forget about a place to eat and a gift shop, because they have them both!!!


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