Monday, September 25, 2017

Our Visit To The Children's Museum Of Atlanta

*Our trip to the Children's Museum of Atlanta was provided by Brave PR Atlanta.

It's fall! Ava and I spent the first day of fall at the Children's Museum of Atlanta (CHOA), one of our favorite places to visit. We went to check out the new Sid The Science Kid: The Super Duper Science Exhibit. Check out our pictures from an amazing day.

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Ava and I visit the children's museum often but Ava woke up really excited to visit the museum today because of the new Sid The Science Kid: The Super Duper Science Exhibit. Ava just started watching the Sid the Science Kid show on Netflix about a month ago and has been obsessed with it.

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 Our visits to CHOA usually include running all over the museum, playing at each exhibit for about 30 minutes at a time, pausing to sip water and maybe eat lunch, and not wanting to leave to go home. Today was no different lol, however, instead of playing with all of the museum exhibits, Ava literally spent 2 hours playing, learning, and observing in the the new Sid The Science Kid: The Super Duper Science Exhibit.

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Our friends came along to hang out with us today. Do you see how cute this exhibit is?!  It was made to look like Sid's house and school, it was adorable. The kids are able to play in Sid's treehouse, Sid's kitchen, and Sid's bedroom to draw a big idea. Ava's favorite station was definitely drawing a big idea. Check out her picture on the screen, she draws the best stick people!

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Ava had such a fun time today and I am glad that we had company.  If you are in the Atlanta area, check out Sid The Science Kid: The Super Duper Science Exhibit at the Children's Museum Of Atlanta. It is perfect for ages 2-6 and runs until January 15, 2018. Feel free to follow my Instagram account to see more pictures from our day. Until next time!

April K.
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10 comments:

  1. Aaaahhh this is so cool. Glad you guys enjoyed it

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  2. This looks like such a fun outing! This makes me excited for when my daughter is old enough to take to a children's museum.

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  3. Looks like so much fun! I have Atlanta on my bucket list. I need to add this museum to the list of places to go when we finally visit!

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  4. Awww this looks like so much fun! I've been meaning to take my little one to our closest children's museum. Thanks for sharing! She is a doll!

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  5. Ooh, this looks like so much fun! We're going to be in Atlanta next summer and I will be putting this on our agenda.

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  6. This looks like a blast! I love taking littles to children museums and see them light up when they learn something new! So fun!

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  7. We love children's museums! We live about an hour away from several pretty awesome ones.

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  8. I live pretty close to Atlanta, and I had never heard of this museum before! That's so neat. I'll have to keep this in mind for when my younger cousins come to visit and want to do something fun during their trip!

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  9. This looks like such a fun trip, and like you guys had a blast! I wish there was a museum up here in Philly like this!

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  10. How fun ! I wish we had something like this near us! And ahhhh!! SID THE SCIENCE KID!

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