4 Things to Know About Museum of Design Atlanta
Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) is an intimate museum that sparks imagination right when you walk through the doors. Kids and adults will enjoy learning about how design influences many aspects of life, from architecture to computer programs to places to play.
MODA is currently open for private, timed visits.
Thought-provoking exhibits full of design elements—shapes, lines, color, light, new advances in technology and more fill the walls of this museum. Current exhibits often have activities for all ages. Check with MODA for a list of their current exhibits.
MODA offers classes for kids and adults—from coding to 3D printing to design, your family can access the online schedule and sign up. The children’s classes combine design with STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) technologies to help kids ages 5-18 become innovative problem-solvers. Camp MODA sessions are held in the summer and feature themes such as Minecraft, LEGO and WeDo Robotics.
Children ages 17 and younger can become Design Club members when they visit MODA with a parent or guardian. This opportunity opens so many possibilities for your want-to-be designer, engineer or artist including unlimited free admission for each member and invitations to special events.
Design Club Days
The second Sunday of each month is Design Club Day at MODA. Families can visit the museum free of charge and participate in design and STEAM activities. Program is currently on hold.
– Teresa Farkas
1315 Peachtree St., Atlanta
*Across the street from High Museum of Art
Cost: $10 per guest.
Private visits last one hour.