The Georgia Children’s Museum recently had a make-over! We now have some great new exhibits for you to come and explore!
On the basement level we have a new castle complete with king and queen chairs and dress up items. Also in the basement, we now have a drum area next to arts and crafts. This exhibit allows children to make as much noise as they want to without bothering the neighbors…
On our main level we have a new bubbles exhibit where children can interact with making bubbles. Soon to come we will have a life size bubble where children can create a bubble around themselves!
Our loft area has many new and exciting additions. These additions include: a produce stand, restaurant, artifact dig, toddler garden, building tables for legos and kapla blocks, as well as a Preschool Players Stage.
The produce stand and restaurant compliments the original toddler kitchen and grocery shopping area. The artifact dig is a fun and educational experience for children to take on the role of an archaeologist while learning about the different artifacts they dig up. The toddler garden is an enclosed area specifically geared for children age three and under. The building tables for legos and kapla blocks allows children to spread out and get creative with their architectural creations. Lastly, the Preschool Players Stage is a raised stage in which children are able to dress up and model what they wear.
Scott Corkery, the museum’s assistant director, says, “The Georgia Children’s Museum has anxiously awaited our upcoming renovations to our Toddler Loft and exhibit area. GCM’s new look is going to be a breath of fresh air for our current members and hopefully a welcoming reason for potential new visitors to check us out!”
Coming soon we will also have more science exhibits to offer on the main level.
The entire museum staff is excited about these changes taking place and we would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have! Just give us a call at 478-755-9539.