The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is the largest children’s museum in the state. It’s a place where children and families can spend some time exploring different avenues and learning about what they like to call, “the power of play.” They are deeply committed to their values and beliefs that play is critical to the development and lives of all children. Their open and interactive area is filled with unique, entertaining and education areas to explore.
If any city knows how to start off the Summer Olympics with a bang, it’s us. Today, July 27th from 1:00p.m. on, come celebrate the 2012 Summer Olympics with the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Located just a stone’s throw away from Centennial Olympic Park, there’s no better place to kick off the fun and games unless you’re planning on hopping on the next flight to London. At $12.75 per person, it’s more reasonable than spending a small fortune on a nonstop ticket to London, England. The event will be packed with Olympic spirit complete with a Parade of Nations, Olympic Anthem, and Torch Relay. There will also be a variety of kid-friendly Olympic Games and each participant will receive a medal in the Olympic-like Award Ceremony.
For more information and to purchase tickets to this event, please click here to go to the Children’s Museum website.