Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Atlanta: Fernbank Museum of Natural History




March 13, 2024

Visit Atlanta: Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Disclosure: Complimentary CityPASSes were received.  

The Fernbank Museum of Natural History is one of the attractions you can visit with the Atlanta CityPASS.

The Fernbank Museum of Natural History combines science, history, and nature, offering an enriched experience for all who visit.  

During our visit, Vikings: Warriors of the Sea was the special exhibit, and it was quite fascinating to see so many artifacts of the Viking Age.

They even had a replica of a Jelling runestone.

Other exhibits included Reflections on Culture, A Walk Through Time in Georgia, World of Shells, and Giants of the Mesozoic. 

My kids' favorite exhibit was Fantastic Forces, where there were numerous interactive exhibits through which the kids could experiment with the forces of nature and physics, and learn by building, pulling, spinning, and more.  

My favorite part of the museum was the WildWoods and Fernbank Forest.  It was so nice to explore the outdoors and learn more about the plants and animals that are native to the area. 

Fernbank Museum of Natural History offered all sorts of fun and interesting exhibits for visitors of all ages!  

For more information on the Atlanta CityPASS, click here.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History
767 Clifton Rd
Atlanta, GA 30307

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