We went with my two 4 year old twin boys this Spring to this museum. I loved how the museum is kinda in a warehouse format so that it is very open and you feel like no matter where your kids are they are still within sight. That is nice. My boys loved the train tables and that you could go inside the middle of the train tables to play with them. We also loved the water play area, the tree house, the model clay area. The main attractions for us was the grocery store part where kids can ring up groceries, go grocery shopping with their own little carts and load the boxes and groceries onto a truck. They played with this for HOURS! They also loved the simple machine area.
I appreciate that this museum allows outside food to be brought it and provides picnic tables. That helps save money and it easy on us since my son has a peanut allergy and finding food for him is hard when we go places. We played here all day and really enjoyed it. I highly recommend this museum to anyone with young kids.
Since it is in downtown Atlanta parking is an issue. We found a fairly cheap parking lot nearby so it was not too bad but take that into consideration. I do have a problem with their policy that adults are not welcome without kids with them. I feel that is discriminatory and fear based. I called them and told them how I felt about it. Not all adults are predators out to get your kids. I enjoyed kids museums before I had kids and I was not a predator. I hate policies like that.