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Magic Tree House Daily Programs
January 1 @ 10:30 am - 4:30 pm
Mini-Musical – 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM
The Golden Spike – A kid named T.J. is assigned a magical mission: To travel back in time to 1869 Utah, to guard the golden spike that will link the train tracks from the East to the West. Unfortunately, a soon-to-be legendary outlaw has stolen the spike! Will T.J. track the outlaw–and the spike–down in time for the tracks to be connected?
Storytime – 2:00 PM
Join the Imaginators for an engaging journey through some of your favorite storybooks. Sing, clap and move as you interact with the books which are based on the themes of the Magic Tree House series.
Music & Movement – 3:00 PM
Dinosaur Scavenger Hunt and the Dino-Dance! – Join your Imaginators and help them hunt for (miniature) dinosaurs. Then learn how to do the Imaginator Dino-Dance!
Super Spectacular Science Show – 4:00 PM
Every afternoon, Professor Lab coat shares a fascinating science demonstration with the whole museum! Join him to see what kind of fun he and his assistants have cooked up! Questions are encouraged at the end of the show.
Science Bar – open 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Science is everywhere, but it’s especially on the mezzanine at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta! Step Up to Science is our new STEM exhibit area, and it features interactive exhibits that will teach children about light, robotics, and the way their bodies work! Kids and adults can also saddle up to the Science Bar. Staffed by a STEM educator with a whole menu full of fun activities and a whole head full of knowledge, the Science Bar is where questions turn into answers!
Art Studio – open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Children discover colors and explore artists from around the world. The projects in the Art Studio connect and are inspired by the traveling exhibits in the museum as well as cultural holidays. Crafts may include building a tornado, designing a thankful placemat and making a toy train,
Build It Lab – open 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Children will enjoy this supervised space where they have access to real tools and materials needed to spark creativity, nurture curious minds, and ignite the next wave of innovators. Woodworking and other popular maker skills encourage visitors to be curious, creative and innovative. Projects may include designing and constructing a model tree house made out of cardboard recycled materials.
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