Museums
Explore the world of art, science, and history by visiting a museum in Georgia. Museum trips can make your lessons come alive and can offer a fun way to spend the day learning.
Art Museums
Atlanta History Center
Explore award-winning exhibitions in the Atlanta History Museum, a two-story facility with 30,000 square feet of exhibition space, an 118-seat theater, a museum shop, The Coca-Cola Cafe, and classrooms. Collection includes objects dating from the early 19th century to the present. At its core are those items that refer to the history of Atlanta and its environs, but the collection also includes items that refer to the history of Georgia, the South and the nation. The collection also includes historic homes and gardens.
Center for Puppetry Arts Museum
PUPPETS: The Power of Wonder is a hands-on museum displaying more than 350 puppets from various time periods and countries around the world. All provide an exploration of puppetry as an international, ancient and popular art form. Highlights include a nine-foot Trashcan Phoenix, replicated puppet storeroom, and theater area.
Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Exhibits explore food, sound, movement, creative problem-solving, a friendly forest, town sqaure, and special exhibits. Also offering daily programs and performances.
Children's Museums
Association of Children's Museums
The Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) is a professional member service organization for the children’s museum field. ACM is the only organization representing museums and professionals dedicated to early childhood play, the starting point in the continuum of lifelong learning. The Association promotes the impact children’s museums have in preparing children for school, building 21st century skills and nurturing a love for lifelong learning.
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