Five Plus FREE Things to do with Kids in Atlanta

  1. Center For Puppetry Arts Museum – Want to visit for free? Check out the Georgia Public Libraries’ Passport to Puppetry at any participating public library in Georgia for free museum admissions and special show and workshop discounts for your family!Thanks to a partnership between the Center for Puppetry Arts and Georgia’s Public Libraries, citizens with valid library cards can check out the Center’s new “Passport to Puppetry” at any participating public library in all 159 Georgia counties. Passports are good for four museum admissions through December 31, 2016.
  2. Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta – The Second Tuesday of every month is Target Free Day and the Museum is free from 1 – 7 pm. Exhibits include a life-size John Deere tractor, wooden trains, moon sand station, UPS truck, water play area and more! There is also a section just for the crawling set, with soft walls, mats to climb on, over and under, musical instruments to play and even a water bed.
  3. Home Depot Workshop – The first Saturday of every month, Home Depot sets aside a corner of the store for kids to hammer and glue a wooden craft. We’ve made treasure boxes, flower pots, fire engines, and airplanes to name a few. Kids get an apron and the craft they make all for free.
  4. Lowes Build and Grow Workshop – On select Saturdays, Lowe’s offers kids a similar workshop to the Home Depot. Lowe’s provides all the materials, hammers and gives each child a kid sized apron. Visit the website for specific dates and projects.
  5. Kids Day at the Thrashers – The Thrashers offer Kids Day where tickets are free for kids with a paying adult. Upcoming Thrashers Kids Days are March 7 and 14.
  6. Fulton County Free Days at the High Museum – The first Saturday of every month, Fulton County residents can visit the High Museum of Art free. Think this isn’t a place for your toddler? Think again. Here is video of the Green Family Gallery and Toddler Thursdays. While you are there, check out a free Discovery Backpack too.

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4 Comments on Five Plus FREE Things to do with Kids in Atlanta

  1. I Brenda Wainwright rise my grandchildrens. I wound like to know if I could get some free tickets. My grandchildren, age are 3,4,5,16. I am with the Project Healthy Grandparents. I am waiting on my SSI.
    Thank You,
    Brenda Wainwright
    801 Hartford Place SW
    Atlanta,Ga. 30310

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