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Fernbank Museum of Natural History
From the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, to the biggest screen in Atlanta, experience a world of adventure. Immersive, hands-on exhibitions make science, culture and natural history come alive in a big way.
767 Clifton Road, NE
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
General admission, all special exhibits and an IMAX film at this world-class natural history museum.
- An Argentinosaurus, the largest classified dinosaur
- A million Native American artifacts from the Georgia barrier island, St. Catherines
- A Walk Through Time in Georgia educates you about Georgia's evolution in 18 entertaining galleries.
- Sensing Nature — Interactive exploration of light, sound and our senses
- CityPASS includes entry to all special exhibits.
- Experience an IMAX film — included with CityPASS.
Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the Will Call window.
Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS
Through August 8, 2013
Examine some of the oddest and most intriguing animals of all time in Extreme Mammals: The Biggest, Smallest, and Most Amazing Mammals of All Time. From the speedy to the slothful, the towering to the tiny, and the furry to the armor-clad, come nose-to-snout with an amazing array of extraordinary critters. Stand beneath the largest land mammal that ever lived, and peek at a creature so small that it weighed no more than a dollar bill!
Extreme Mammals is sponsored locally in part by The Isdell Family.
Upgrades for CityPASS Holders
Martinis & IMAX: A classy, all-adult evening museum experience
6:30pm-11pm, Fridays (except in Dec)
Cost for CityPASS holders: $13; food and drink available for purchase.
Reservations: (404) 929-6400 or fernbankmuseum.org.
Advice for Visitors
- Fernbank Forest self-guided tours are temporarily unavailable while the preserve undergoes ecological restoration. Guided education team programs allow visitors to experience Fernbank Forest and the woodland areas directly behind the Museum during restoration. Also, free self-guided tours are available in Fernbank Museum’s nearby Deepdene and Dellwood Parks along Ponce de Leon Avenue.
- The museum is popular with school groups on weekday mornings. They generally depart by mid-afternoon.
- Preview the latest IMAX show selection and schedules; see details.
- Experience Fernbank Museum like never before with the Fernbank Meridian app. This free mobile application uses innovative directional technology to deliver custom content and unique experiences to visitors touring the Museum. Click here for details and download instructions.
Parking: Free on-site
Dining: The Fernbank Café
Accessibility: Fully accessible facility; elevators; wheelchair use, free.
Self-Guide: Visitor guides/map at greeter’s station and ticket sales counter.
Gift Shops: Museum Store, Special Exhibition Store
Strollers: Allowed inside exhibitions unless noted; not allowed in IMAX theater. As space permits, stroller parking available at main lobby entrance.
Lockers: Entry level (near restrooms).
MARTA: Take the East/West (blue-line) MARTA train to the Decatur Station; then board Bus #2 (Ponce de Leon). Exit at the intersection of Ponce De Leon/Clifton Road. Walk to the right on Clifton Road and Fernbank will be the first driveway on your right.
Driving: Go North on Peachtree Street to Ponce de Leon Avenue and turn right. Go 3 miles to Clifton Road and turn left. Go 1/10 mile to the museum entrance and turn right.
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