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Discover a World of Wow at Fernbank, Atlanta's Science and Nature Experience. Come in, go out, and see what's new with three stories of indoor exhibits, 75 acres of nature adventures, and amazing 3D movies on a four-story giant screen. Experiences...more
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Fernbank is amazing, so much packed in to one place and each area is so different. The movies are captivating and watching them on an IMAX is great. There is a fun exploring area for little kids and they will never want to leave. The...More
After visiting McWane in Birmingham yesterday, Fernbank just didn’t quite make the cut. Most of the children’s interactive stations were not working, the bubble table was dirty and had trash in it. I definitely expected more from Fernbank.More
Date of experience: March 2019
FernbankMuseum, Public Relations Manager at Fernbank, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
We're so sorry you were disappointed with your visit. I know this doesn't help make your recent experience better, but I hope you will be pleased to hear that we are renovating that entire interactive gallery later this month (partially due to components that have...More
I’m a museum nerd. I LOVE museums. Though I always hesitate to review any museum as average, I just can’t justify a higher rating for this one. It reads like a basic science book and is somewhat outdated. A lot of Georgia history and some...More
Had an afternoon spare and was struggling to find something a UK person would enjoy (college football, CNN and Coca Cola dont mean as much to us!) and was surprised how far down the attraction listings this came.
Although its only small the museum is...More
Response from FernbankMuseum | Property representative |
Yes, you are welcone to bring your own lunch. There are several places you can eat, including a table in te Fernbank Cafe, on the patio, or one of the benches surrounding the dinosaurs in the Great Hall. No food or drinks... More
Yes, you are welcone to bring your own lunch. There are several places you can eat, including a table in te Fernbank Cafe, on the patio, or one of the benches surrounding the dinosaurs in the Great Hall. No food or drinks are allowed in exhibition galleries. It's preferred that you not eat on the outside paths, as there are very few trash receptacles in the natural woodlands and the forest. Otherwise feel free to bring you own and enjoy!