Changing the world by sparking every child’s imagination, sense of discovery and learning through the power of play.

Museum Guests welcomed last year.
Children inspired through our Outreach Programs.

Play is powerful. While often dismissed as “just fun,” play is the vital activity that children use to learn about and interact with their world, and gain the mental, physical, and social skills necessary to succeed in their adult lives.


Your tax-deductible gift not only makes play possible, but it also opens a world of possibilities to children throughout our community. 

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people experienced this year's traveling exhibits.

Thomas Edison's Secret Lab +

Over 37,000 guests got hands-on with STEM concepts and fun opportunities to actively participate in the scientific process.

Rube Goldberg +

Over 31,000 guests created and activated chain-reaction devices using everyday objects to complete simple tasks in the most overcomplicated, inefficient, and hilarious ways.

Storyland +

50,000 guests stepped into a one-of-a-kind literary experience as beloved children’s books came to life.

guests experienced the new exhibits Cause and Effect: Force & Motion and Cause and Effect: Engineering!
guests attended the Museum over 79 days of Celebrate! and United Nations of Play programming.
Of survey respondents
reported that they learned something new during United Nations of Play.


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students served through
the program this year.
“These programs support our STEAM learning goals and targets. The programs cemented my students' scholarly understanding of the world around us."
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of educators agree that CLCC increased student knowledge of GELDS or GPS objectives.

After Family Free Day

of caregivers agree that the exhibits and programs were educational and fun for their children.
of caregivers better understand that play is important in helping
children learn.
of caregivers agree their child
learned something new at the Museum.
Mobile Learning Spaces children
and caregivers served by weekly,
mobile preschool experiences.
students served by this innovative, play-based curriculum for virtual learning aimed at improving language and literacy skills. This year we expanded the program's outreach to Tattnall County, GA.


Individual Giving

Tomorrow’s global citizens and workforce are being shaped by the Museum’s mission today. In order to make all of the exhibits and programs inside and outside possible, we rely on generous donations from our community. Admission and membership sales cover approximately half of the Museum’s general operating costs. Your tax-deductible gift helps make up the rest.

Corporate & Foundation Giving

A gift to Children’s Museum of Atlanta is an investment in our children’s future. Corporate and Foundation support is invaluable to the continuation and growth of our exhibits, educational programs, and community outreach efforts. To learn more about how your organization can contribute and partner, please contact Stacey Lucas, Director of Strategic Advancement & Marketing.

Amazon Smile

When you shop through AmazonSmile and select Children’s Museum of Atlanta as your charitable organization, Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to support our museum programs.

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Matching Gifts

Let your company double your impact! Please inquire with your Human Resources department to explore how you can increase your contribution.

Planned Giving, bonds, & securities

Your generous support today helps ensure that future generations will benefit from play-based, educational, learning at the Museum. Planned gifts of all sizes support Children's Museum of Atlanta's long-term fiscal stability. We are pleased to assist you in a wire transfer when donating securities. Click below to reach out to Laura Halad, Assistant Director of Strategic Advancement.


Early Learning Initiatives +

Engaging, interactive, hands-on programs are designed to build knowledge and socialization skills geared towards school readiness.

Community Outreach +

Beyond the Museum walls, CMA brings a unique blend of performance-based and hands-on educational programs to deserving families and children living throughout Atlanta.

Traveling Exhibits +

Throughout the year, the Museum's Morph Gallery transforms into new and exciting spaces opening a world of possibilities to young guests.

Subsidized Field Trips +

Nearly 2,000 students who attend Title 1 schools benefit from the Museum's immersive Field Trip programs through our subsidized ticket initiatives.

All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The Museum is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Our tax-ID number is 58-1785484.