Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Catch these special exhibits in metro Atlanta. Due to safety precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus, attractions are requiring tickets to be purchased in advance; call or check websites before you go for other safety measures.

Science Fiction, Science Fact!

Tellus Science Museum
View the technologies that science fiction books and media were able to predict. March 6-Feb. 20, 2022.

Dawoud Bey: An American Project

High Museum of Art
This photography collection explores African American subjects and history. Through March 14.

EcoTinker Science Stations

Chattahoochee Nature Center
Examine the connection between STEM and nature with tech and tinker stations, learn about recycling, consumer science, and more. March 15-May 31.

Bestowing Beauty: Masterpieces from Persian Lands

High Museum of Art
Celebrate the artistic traditions of Persian civilization with carpets, textiles, manuscripts, paintings, ceramics, jeweled objects and more. Through April 18.

Microsculpture

Fernbank Museum of Natural History
The tiny world of insects from the insect collection of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History is magnified with huge portraits in this outdoor exhibit. Through May 2.

The Pigeon Comes to Atlanta! A Mo Willems Exhibit

Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Celebrate your favorite stories by having conversations as Elephant Gerald and Piggie, dressing up Naked Mole Rat, uncovering Knuffle Bunny, launching foam hot dogs at The Pigeon and more. Through May 9.

David Driskell: Icons of Nature and History

High Museum of Art
Driskell’s paintings, printmaking pieces, collages and more combine the American landscape with the imagery and aesthetics of the African diaspora. Through May 9.

Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed

Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Find out what archaeologists have discovered about the ancient Maya civilization that flourished in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Through May 9.

Zoo in You

Tellus Science Museum
View the world of inner microorganisms and the microbiome to learn more about personal health with engaging, interactive and bilingual exhibits. Through Sept. 6.

Out Of This World! Jewelry In The Space Age

Tellus Science Museum
Explore more than 200 pieces of vintage and contemporary jewelry with celestial and Space Age designs. Through Oct. 24.

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