30+ Not-to-Miss April Events
Marjery Williams’ timeless classic story of a stuffed rabbit being brought to life with a child’s love. April 9.
Explore native Georgia animals and environments at dusk, and learn how to protect local wildlife in your own backyard. April 9 and 23.
Explore a paper lanterns with an art-making activity and scavenger hunt. April 10.
Stretch out with animal-inspired yoga poses and spend time with a Zoo Educator. April 10.
Watch this dirt bike racing championship with exciting obstacles, such as jumps, turns and bumps, for a fun athletic adventure. April 10, 13 and 17.
Enjoy free admission to see the art in the galleries. April 11.
Enjoy thousands of beautiful orchids at this annual exhibit. Through April 11.
Enjoy midway fun for the family with rides, games and treats. Through April 11.
See the adventures of the Three Billy Goats Gruff, Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Pigs in this one-man show. Through April 11.
Watch your favorite Disney princesses and characters, including Mickey, Minnie, Elsa, Belle, Genie and more, as they explore different lands and kingdoms. April 15-25.
Learn new things and create amazing crafts inspired by Pinterest. April 16-17.
Learn the value of friendship through this tale with a dragon and a princess. April 16-25.
See the fairy village and gnome depot, make your own fairy house, meet with Tinkerbell, enjoy face painting and more. April 17.
Family activities will include a petting zoo, children’s crafts, a bonnet/hat contest, a self-guided lemon scavenger hunt and more. April 17.
Celebrate the adventure of the “Trolls World Tour” movie with building instrument stations, zipline creations, tour bus races, stop-motion music videos and more. Through April 18.
This family concert features original music inspired by the children’s book “Beautiful Blackbird.” Through April 18.
Enjoy a miniature train ride on a smaller version of a real steam train. April 24.
Celebrate spring football game days with games, prizes, legendary football players, historical traditions, scavenger hunts and more. Saturdays through April 24.
Witness an athletic battle of gravity-defying feats in freestyle, skills and racing challenges. April 24-25.
18 metro Atlanta location will celebrate healthy kids with games, activities, inflatables, food and more. April 25.
Watch six classes of road racing and family fun with a kid’s zone and carnival games. April 30-May 2.
Little Red and the trio of little pigs work together to take on the terrifying wolf in this retelling of two classic stories. April 30-May 9.
From the Alliance Theatre, take a trip to Atlanta’s historic West End with this performance based on “In the West End” by Will Power and R. Gregory Christie. Through April 30.
The tiny world of insects is magnified with portraits in this outdoor exhibit. Through May 2.
Celebrate your favorite stories from Mo Willems with themed activities with his characters. Through May 9.
Find out what archaeologists have discovered about the ancient Maya civilization that flourished in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Through May 9.
Enjoy a day of cemetery sleuthing on this self-guided scavenger hunt throughout historic Oakland Cemetery with three different difficulty levels. Through May 31.
Examine the connection between STEM and nature with tech and tinker stations, learn about recycling, consumer science, and more. Through May 31.
Travel to the Far East to go on a magical adventure with Aladdin. April 2-3.
From the Gwinnett Ballet Theatre and Sugarloaf Youth Ballet, a cursed prince must fall in love in order to break his curse. April 2-3.
Mirandy is determined to win first place in the cakewalk, so she decides to capture the spirit of Brother Wind to serve as her dancing partner. Through April 4.
This puppet performance from the Center for Puppetry Arts tells the story of a hen who finds a grain of wheat, but none of the other barnyard animals will help her harvest it. April 5.