Our first stop needed to be this Quiet Space. Walking into the museum was a little bit overwhelming for Bria, so we had to find a quiet corner to acclimate in. We were thankful for this great space to do that!
Once she was settled in, we went to check out the sand box - always a favorite. She played with some other children, and built some fun creations.
Dress-up is fun, but it's even more fun when you get to dress up as a tap dancer and dance away on a wooden floor!
There was plenty of hands-on fun to be had. The museum does a great job of integrating a variety of activities to help children look at a topic from multiple angles. Many of the exhibits when we visited revolved around food, so she shopped in a store, planted a garden, and made her own burger with paper, scissors, and glue.
There are also live shows! While we were there, we saw a fun show where they did science experiments, and another one that got kids dancing the wiggles out.
We would normally share ticket pricing and similar information, but the Atlanta Children's Museum is currently closed for renovations, and will be opening again in late 2015. This is a very exciting time! We can't wait to see what new exhibits will come out of the renovation.
Check out their website or visit them on Instagram to find out what they are up to, purchase a membership, and get the details of their grand reopening!