Presented by PNC Foundation & The Coca-Cola Foundation
Supported by CareSource & Publix Super Market Charities
Family Free Day is back! Families are invited to enjoy an interactive day at Children's Museum of Atlanta free of charge. Thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, we offer free admission to families several times a year.
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The Museum has updated cleaning procedures and various aspects of the Museum visit in response to recommendations from CDC, WHO, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
- Masks are strongly recommended while inside the Museum. Our team members wear masks unless performing on stage.
- Additional hand sanitizer stations added throughout the Museum.
- Multiple cleaning stations equipped with disinfecting spray & paper towels for guest use.
- Team members as well as a day porter will clean during each session and between each session, as well as switching out consumables such as toys, balls, play foods, etc.
- The cleaning crew uses hospital-grade cleaners are used to disinfect all areas of the Museum. Team members use EPA approved disinfectant to clean toys, balls, play food, etc.
- All Museum staff receive a health screening at the start of each shift.
- Snacks are permitted at our Snack Stop located in the Museum's lobby. Eating is not permitted beyond the Snack Stop.
- Members and guests must reserve tickets online. Tickets are limited.
- Admission tickets have been split into timed sessions for each day in order to lower the number of guests that are in the Museum at one time as well as allowing for time between each session for our team members to clean the Museum.
The Museum requires that you have at least one adult for every five children.
Arrive within the first hour of your session to maximize your fun!
In accordance with recommendations from the CDC, new guidelines from the City of Atlanta, and the lifting of school mask mandates in the Metro Atlanta area, Children's Museum of Atlanta is updating our mask policy, effective March 29, 2022. Children's Museum of Atlanta strongly recommends all guests wear masks while in the Museum to support the highest level of safety.
We reserve the right to reinstate masking requirements at any time if the risk of exposure to COVID-19 poses a high risk to our employees, our visitors, and our continued business operation. While the majority of our team members are vaccinated, we will continue to wear masks unless performing on stage to protect our guests who are not yet eligible for the vaccine.
Snacks are permitted at our Snack Stop located in the Museum's lobby. Eating is not permitted beyond the Snack Stop.
The closest MARTA train/bus station is Peachtree Center Station. This bus route operates North/South between West End and Arts Center stations along Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., McDaniel St., Whitehall St., and Peachtree St. Points of Interest: Emory Univ. Hospital Midtown, and Woodruff Arts Ctr.
The Museum has limited capacity to allow for social distancing.
During Family Free Day, all visitors must pre-register online, including Museum members.
Family Free Day is a special opportunity for the community to bring their children to Children’s Museum of Atlanta and experience the Museum for free. Free admission is made possible through the generous support of PNC Bank and Coca-Cola and is also supported by CareSource.
Re-entry is not allowed into the Museum. Your admission tickets are valid only for your selected session.
Our exhibits are developed with children 8 years and younger in mind.
Museum restrooms are only accessible to ticket holders admitted onto the Museum floor. Guests arriving prior to their scheduled session may use public restrooms located in the American Cancer Society Building (bridge level) and in between The Georgia Aquarium and The World of Coca-Cola.
At CMA, parents/caregivers are responsible for supervising their children at all times. You are your child’s best advocate for staying safe. The Museum requires 1 adult (18 years & older) for every 5 children
To assist parents/caregivers in keeping children safe while exploring the Museum, we have several security measures in place.
- Security cameras record everyone entering and leaving through the front doors, as well as moving about the Museum in public spaces.
- Team Members on the exhibit floor are in radio communication with each other. When children and parents/caregivers become separated, there are standard procedures that are immediately put into effect to reunite guests quickly and efficiently. These procedures have been proven effective on a daily basis. Our Security desk is the best place to start if a child or adult/caregiver has been separated from their party.
- Adults are not allowed to enter the Museum without a child. Any adult that needs to be united with their party will either be escorted by a team member or will be asked to wait at security until someone in their party meets them at security.
Some of our guests have asked, “why not use a security system of matching wristbands, stamps, or badges?” We have investigated such a system and are convinced that those systems create a false sense of security. We want our guests to feel safe however we also want our guests to be vigilant and help us keep the Museum a safe place for everyone. Remember to have fun with and supervise your children.
The Museum offers two sessions during each Family Free Day. Each session allows 3 hours of play time, assuming you arrive at the beginning of your scheduled session. Late arrivals will still be required to leave at the end of the session.
Tickets are only available with pre-registration. The registration link will be available on this page on Tuesday, February 8th at 7:00 AM. You must register for one of the two sessions. Electronic tickets are emailed and must either be printed or visible on a smartphone.
If you arrive prior to your session time, you will be asked to wait outside until your session begins. Line forms outside the museum regardless of weather conditions. Restrooms are not accessible while waiting in line.
Disclaimer: Registration is required in order to gain admission. Families will be able to secure up to 6 tickets upon registration. We cannot guarantee space into the Museum if registration is missed. Museum requires 1 adult for every 5 children.