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The Children's Museum Of Atlanta

275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive


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.


Karena Michelle

Thursday, June 21, 2018
SO MUCH TO DO, my kids are 1 and 3 and myself and fiance as well ALL HAD a ball. It's clean and easy to follow and there is something fun to do or explore at every corner. The staff is AMAZINGLY friendly and helpful and I feel safe and unstressed even when it's crowded. There are also multiple hand washing stations and programs that are included with admission, shows and painting etc etc etc etc. The website doesn't explain it all. You will be pleasantly surprised. Go.

April Barragan

Saturday, June 30, 2018
My toddler had a lot of fun. Had a lot of stuff to do. They even had a new exhibit but unfortunately wasn’t open yet. They have these shows throughout the day that was entertaining. A lot of school kids was there during the day. Price was a little pricey because of its location. Staff was attentive.

Lynn Abdouni

Monday, June 18, 2018
TL;DR for a 2yr old: expensive, average, strange entertainment activities. The three stars are for the service. Folks were friendly and active. I went with 2.5 yr old, so he and others in his age group congregated around the ball shute structure near the entrance. They had other play areas in the space for that group but they were poor on details, not as inductive for play, and not as exciting. They were holding some entertainment themed program in the meantime at 30 minute intervals or so and the music/speakers got so loud it became bothersome... Not that we didn't try to participate. The program was a bit strange so it was difficult to partake.

Allison Endicott

Wednesday, July 4, 2018
I took my 7 and 8-year-olds to the museum and would say they are a little old for most of the exhibits but still enjoyed the experience. The moon sand was where we spent the most time. The puzzle climber, full kitchen, and mechanical ball mover were also hits. Lots of fun things to discover and plenty of fun interactive activities. Might suggest this is best for the 5 and under groups, though.

Phillip Edwards

Monday, June 25, 2018
It is smaller than I thought it was going to be, my children did enjoy themselves however I wish there were staff on hand to actually police children here because of course most of the parents there just kinda let their kids go crazy . I loved the farm to table exhibit but that exhibit takes up 1/4 of the entire museum, there just isn't much there at all. After 30 minutes we did everything at that museum that we could, even went up stairs just to see it was just a cafeteria for field trips. I wish I knew about the place before I was given the "sell" into buying an all summer pass

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