For a limited time, Atlanta area families can share a unique experience of creativity and discovery at the Baby Einstein Curiosity Zone sponsored by Kids II at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. The temporary exhibit will feature tactical, interactive elements that allow children to explore, create and discover, such as a large, cap touch musical table and a magnetic wall. The lovable Baby Einstein characters will also be featured.
Curiosity is a skill that motivates us to learn and adapt and is essential for succeeding in our ever-changing world. The Baby Einstein Curiosity Zone is designed for parents and children to cultivate curiosity through experiences of shared discovery and creativity.
The Baby Einstein Curiosity Zone will be on exhibit at the Atlanta Children’s Museum, 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr. NW, April 25-28 during normally scheduled museum hours (Thurs–Friday: 10 AM – 4 PM, Sat-Sun: 10 AM – 5 PM).
The cost of admission to the Children’s Museum of Atlanta is $15.95 online and $16.95 onsite on April 25-26 and $15.95 online and $18.95 onsite on April 27-28. Children under the age of one are free.