Kid-Friendly Museums in and around Atlanta
Which museums are best for kids?
Here is KidsOutAndAbout list of kid-friendly museums in & around Atlanta.
If there is an attraction that we have missed, please email us to let us know, and we'll add it promptly. Thank you!
Northeast Georgia History Center
Explore 10,000 years of the Northeast Georgia region's rich history when you visit the Northeast Georgia History Center! Our family-friendly museum has interactive stations for kids, the 18th century White Path Cabin, a working blacksmith shop, ancient Native American artifacts, local history artifacts, and our latest special exhibit featuring photography from the N.C. White Studio spanning 1900-1940s. The History Center also hosts free family days and special events throughout the year. More information is available at www.negahc.org.
Michael C. Carlos MuseumSpend the day a world away at the Michael C. Carlos Museum
The Carlos welcomes children, families, and school groups to discover art and culture from five continents and nine millennia through virtual and in-person tours, family guides, SmARTy Packs, Sunday Fundays, workshops, and camps. Learn more at www.carlos.emory.edu.