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Children's Museum of Atlanta deals can make visiting the attraction affordable for families. While printable coupons are rare, the museum provides special discount offers on specific dates, as well as money-saving memberships. Camp savings may also be available.
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is located across from Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The kid-friendly attraction is at Pemberton Place, next to the World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium and across from Centennial Olympic Park. At the museum, kids can engage in dramatic and creative play and learn about basic science concepts, including simple machines, the produce industry, and water life.
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|Operated by||The Children’s Museum of Atlanta|
|Address||275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive, Atlanta, GA 30313|
|Types of deals||Free admission, discounts on camps|
|Typical savings||16 to 100%|
Children's Museum of Atlanta Coupons and Free Offers
- Each month, Target sponsors a free admission afternoon to the museum. The event is named “Target Free Second Tuesday” and grants visitors free admission to the museum from 1 to 7 p.m. Tickets are first-come, first-serve, and when the museum reaches capacity guests must wait until room is available.
- The museum holds a monthly drawing for two free parking spaces, located in the employee parking lot. A new winner is announced at the end of each month. Guests can enter at the membership table at the museum, near security.
- Adults who accompany their homeschooled children to the museum’s monthly home school day receive free admission. On these days, children are taught lessons in math, science, social studies and language. Children's Museum of Atlanta home school days are held from September through April each year, and students must pay $8 per person (or $4 for members). Parents must contact the museum’s education coordinator to book a reservation.
- Guests with annual family or grandparent memberships receive free admission to over 160 zoos and museums across the United States. Depending on their support level, members also receive one or two free passes to give to friends or family.
- Chaperones who accompany school field trip groups to the museum receive free admission for up to one adult for every five students. Group coordinators must contact the museum to make their reservations in advance.
Children's Museum of Atlanta Discounts and Deals
- School field trip groups receive a discount on admission to the museum if their group is enrolled in an accredited educational institution. Students get a $1 discount when touring the museum on a field trip.
- Annual members get a $50 discount on the price of parties at the Children's Museum. They also receive $50 off the cost of weekly summer camps and a 10% discount on most purchases at the museum store.
- Hotels near the Children's Museum of Atlanta occasionally offer vacation packages that include admission to the attraction. For example, the Ritz Carlton Atlanta advertises the "Discover With You" package, which includes an overnight stay for two, complimentary breakfast for two, a hotel credit, and two admission tickets to one of eight Atlanta attractions, including the Children's Museum of Atlanta. The "Discover With You" package is available through December 31, 2013.
- Occasional discount opportunities for specially-dressed children are available. On Magical Mondays, which ran thru January 16, 2012, children dressed up in fairy tale costumes got in for $3 less (as did anyone else in their group). Thru September 7, 2011, children who wore their team uniform shirts or t-shirts to the museum on Wednesdays got a $2 discount.
About the Children's Museum of Atlanta
The Children’s Museum of Atlanta features both temporary and permanent exhibits during the year. Permanent exhibits include “Fundamentally Food”, a hands-on display of how food is grown and harvested, “Leaping Into Learning”, a water play exhibit with an indoor treehouse and play fishing, and “Let Your Creativity Flow”, an interactive station where kids can play with the museum’s unique sand clay and practice their fingerpainting on a vertical glass wall.