Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, Inc.
999 Chestnut St., Gainesville, GA; 770-536-1900
Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission is $8 for Adults, $8 for Children. Sundays from 1-5 p.m.; $6 all day admission.

Located just a short drive north of Atlanta, you will find a one-of-a kind unique, fun destination for the entire family. Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, Inc. (INK), located in Gainesville, Georgia, is a hands-on Children’s Museum where children can role play and learn through practical experiences about being a banker, grocery store clerk, doctor, dentist and much more. All exhibits are designed to provide a unique experience and to actively engage young minds (not to mention, it’s just plain fun!). 
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Write a Letter

With all of the crazy technology that surrounds us these days, it is easy to forget about the long lost art of letter writing.  Instead of having the kids call or email grandma and grandpa, have them sit down and write a letter.  They can decorate it, draw a picture, write a few words, and then seal it up in an envelope with a stamp and a kiss! Letter writing is a perfect skill to practice in the summertime.  The kids will be having so much fun; they won’t even realize they are practicing their writing skills. Whoever receives the letter, whether it’s grandma, grandpa, a friend, or a teacher is sure to have a huge smile- after all, little thoughts go a long way!
When you bring your kids to INK, to the Post office exhibit (one of the more than 20 exhibits) and they will….
Put on one of our US Postal uniforms donated by the Gainesville, Georgia US Post Office to sort and deliver mail. Drop your letter into our original early 1900’s mail box!

Take a picture at INK of your little ones mailing the letter and send it to

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