5 Things to Love About Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta is the perfect place for families to discover natural wonders from dinosaurs to plant and animal species and the deep depths of the ocean. Most of the time, there is also a traveling exhibit to enjoy such as giant mammoths or gladiators, and there is always an abundance of special events and children’s activities.
Discovery Areas with Permanent Exhibits
Even without visiting the traveling exhibits, there is much to discover between the walls. A Walk Through Time in Georgia takes visitors through areas of Georgia’s history and geographical regions. Fernbank NatureQuest includes a multi-level clubhouse where kids can find dinosaur fossils, explore caves and life under the sea. Kids will ooh and ahh over the giant dinosaurs seen in the atrium while moving from floor to floor.
Stand-Out Traveling Exhibits
Fernbank brings some fantastic exhibits to Atlanta–from giant dinosaurs to creatures of the deep. Each exhibit includes larger-than-life displays to wow the the kids and adults, interactive elements to entertain kids (they won’t even realize how much they are learning!) and opportunities to talk about nature or history in a relatable context.
This newer outdoor expansion features several areas to explore and elements for kids of all ages to enjoy. Climb and play on rope bridges, hide in underground passageways and gain a bird’s-eye view from the treetop pods. Explore interactive exhibits to see through the eyes of different animals. Meet birds, butterflies and pollinators in the creek meadow, and go nature-viewing from the elevated walkways and stroller-friendly walking trails.