Fernbank Museum is a favorite among the native Atl-iens because when all else fails, you can count on educating and entertaining the kiddos here rain, sleet, or when it’s just to HOT to be outside! It is advantageous to be a membership because of all of the events and activities for just about every holiday. The exhibits are interactive and appeaingl to all ages. Explore and discover on the top level where the permanent exhibit Nature Quest, which is a play area for the younger kids. Fernbank has an IMAX theater which feature educational films and documentaries of wild life and nature.
Cost: $18 per adult; $17.99 per child (3-11)
Free: 2 & under
Discounts: Senior Citizen, Student
Target Age: All
Target Gender: both
Membership Passes: Yes
City Pass: Yes
Stroller Rental: No
Wheelchair Rental: No
ATM on site: yes
Tenders: Cash, credit, debit
Admission Tips: Don’t get confused with the Fernbank Science Center, they have nothing to do with one another.
Check out the AtlantaZoo pass for 4 free tickets at any Georgia library. (Allowed once a year)
Parking Tips: Parking is pretty easy except when there is a popular event happening.
Walking level: Low
Food on premise: Vending, Restaurant
Outside Food: Yes
Alcohol Sold: No (Only during Martini and IMAX)
Gift Shop: Yes
Birthday/ Event Venue
Experience Tips: Pack a picnic lunch and eat on the patio located on the second floor. There is usually a separate gift shop that anchors the current exhibit.
Attractions/ Sites Nearby: Little Five Points, Fernbank Science Center
Duration: 2+ hours
767 Clifton Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30307