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Children's Museum of Atlanta

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Children's Museum of Atlanta

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Ashley Cash wrote a review Mar 2020
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I highly recommend visiting this place with your little ones! The whole family will love this place!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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ramonad152 wrote a review Mar 2020
Haverhill, Massachusetts63 contributions8 helpful votes
My 2 yr old grandson had a great time. There were plenty of activities to keep him busy and entertained. The kitchen and grocery area were a blast. The kids loved it and were so serious about serving us adults. There was a sign up sheet for a small craft activity and we also saw a short musical production and a science project.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Crystal F wrote a review Feb 2020
Holly Springs, Georgia4 contributions2 helpful votes
We came on a Saturday with a (just turned) 5 yo. Bought our tickets online in advance so getting in was a breeze. The first exhibit is the ball machine. At least half the parts didn't work. Balls were stuck in the tubes or along the overhead track. The motors didn't seem to do anything. Nearby was the diy magnetic pvc ball tubes. Half the magnets were missing so the tubes just fall on the floor. In the farm area there was no food to play with, though we did later discover most of it was in the water table. The TMNT exhibit is probably cool if you love those characters but quite a few of the exhibits were just touchscreens, not something to actually play or do. We basically did everything in just over an hour. Definitely wouldn't go back.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Funtraveler2014 wrote a review Feb 2020
Las Cruces, New Mexico4,956 contributions221 helpful votes
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I recommend that you go online and purchase your tickets before you get there(must purchase at least on hour before arrival). Our price was $50.00 for two adults and one child with online discount. Also, arrive early-when they open, it gets crowded on the weekends. You can park at the aquarium and walk one block($10.00 for 4 hours) We found the facility to be clean and well laid out. Children under 5 will have a great time! It is both fun and educational. I would come back here again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Danica R wrote a review Feb 2020
Destin, Florida18 contributions4 helpful votes
The place isn't very big compared to how it looks on their website but it was enough to entertain my four year old for three hours. A couple things were broken and a lot of stuff was unorganized because the employees just dump everything in an area when they get to it. Things seemed dirty, like they don't sanitize each night. Their is no food area where you can purchase things except a vending machine and they don't allow food from outside. I also thought their was too many kids for what they offered so my son got trampled at one point by bigger kids. Overall I would go back if they didn't charge for parents since we don't do anything or offer a coupon.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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