25+ Not-to-Miss March Events
Princess Jasmine falls in love with a scoundrel of a boy, Aladdin, in this adventurous ballet. March 31-April 2.
Explore growing your own food with original paintings and Granny’s garden. March 31-April 24.
Enjoy this Broadway spectacular of this timeless fairytale featuring beloved Rodgers and Hammerstein songs. Through April 3.
Enjoy thousands of beautiful orchids at this annual exhibit. Through April 10.
This interactive circus show combines circus arts, theater and music to celebrate the unique aspects of global urban pop culture with amazing international performers. Through April 10.
Kick off spring with classic carnival games, mouth-watering fair food, thrill rides and more. Through April 10.
Examine the connection between STEM and nature with tech and tinker stations; learn about recycling, consumer science and more. Through May 31.
Get up close to larger-than-life trucks, heavy construction and public safety equipment, cool cars and specialty vehicles, as well as children’s activities, food and beverages. March 5.
Enjoy ongoing reading events and activities with readings from a train, bus or fire engine, make your own bookmark, and more. March 5.
Meet tons of princesses at this party with stories, songs, dances, photos and more. March 6.
Experience more than 200 businesses and 100 interactive classes taught by experts in DIY, home décor, food, fashion, beauty and more. March 11-12.
This hilarious ballet shows Dr. Coppelius and his magical doll, Coppelia, as Franz tries to woo her. March 11-13.
Check out the all-new limited-edition ‘70s inspired Barbie merch with this throwback tour. March 12.
Ring in spring with baby animals, spring-themed crafts, games and activities. March 12.
From Mr. Damon’s Shadow Puppet Theater, watch these animals discover cooperation and creativity in this performance. March 12.
This wild dance adventure is based on the book “Where the Wild Things Are.” March 12.
Enjoy food, get your face painted, ride amusement rides, play in the sensory-friendly room, and more. March 13.
Participate in STEM-focused activities, learn more about animals, take home crafts and more. March 13.
Enjoy free admission to see the art in permanent and special exhibitions. March 13.
Kids can flex their physical fitness with a completion-based obstacle course designed to challenge speed, strength, agility and overall physical fitness. March 13.
Based on the children’s book, watch the barnyard animals show off their human-like skills in this play for ages 4-12. Through March 13.
A young woman searches for her birth father on the eve of her wedding in this production by Jerry’s Habima Theatre, which is produced by professionals and features actors with special needs. Through March 13.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by learning about some cool women in STEM and doing a hands-on activity. March 14.
Performed with the Atlanta Ballet Orchestra, this ballet shows a heartbroken Giselle rise from the grave to move with the otherworldly beauties to entrap men. March 18-20.
Families can play flamingo croquet, join in a sing-a-long, pin a grin on the Cheshire Cat, decorate a cookie at the tea party and more. March 19.
That Puppet Guy presents this classic tale of a toy coming to life as a real boy. March 19.
Join Peppa on an exciting camping trip in the woods with George and her school friends for an adventure filled with singing, dancing, games and surprises. March 20.
Read the illustrated story “The Kissing Hand” as you explore the park. Through March 20.
Learn about native Georgia animals and environments, along with ways to protect local wildlife. March 26.
Celebrate all things science with this hybrid festival. Through March 26.
When war in Korea forces Bina to flee her home, she relies upon her family’s apples and her resilience to discover a place to call her home. Through March 27.