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Atlanta History Center has several offerings for young visitors.

Homeschool Day

Atlanta History Center offers special programs for homeschool students and their families. During these day-long programs, offered 10:30am-3:30pm, explore a different subject through engaging hands-on experiences, performances, historic simulations, and a variety of activities designed for kids from toddler to teen.

Admission to Homeschool Days is $8.50; $6.50 children of members; and free for adult members. Discounted rates are available for groups with 10 or more children. For more information and tickets available at 404.814.4000 or online at AtlantaHistoryCenter.com.


Magic Monday

Each Magic Monday has a unique monthly theme designed for toddlers and preschoolers. Using our expansive 33-acre campus as inspiration, we create fun opportunities to enrich youngsters and encourage a sense of creativity and play. The program is offered 10:00am – 1:00pm.

Admission is $6.50 adults; $5.50 children, free for members. Discounted rates are available for groups of 10 or more children. For more information, please call 404.814.4000 or visit AtlantaHistoryCenter.com.

Support: Funding for these programs are provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of Fulton County Arts Council.


Atlanta History Center Summer Camp

History comes to life as Atlanta History Center summer campers explore the past through games, historic simulations, immersive experiences, performances, crafts, and hands-on activities throughout our exhibitions, historic houses, and Goizueta Gardens.  The museum is our playground!  With fun new themes each week, campers ages 6 through 11 enjoy a variety of immersive camp experiences all summer long. 


Margaret Mitchell House Summer Writing Camp

Margaret Mitchell House writing camps provide an opportunity for 9 to 14-year-olds to discover the power and excitement of writing while honing their skills in a fun, interactive environment. With 10 to 15 participants per camp, each young author receives individual attention while learning how to create meaningful prose through a variety of techniques, like stream-of-consciousness writing, games, journaling, free verse poetry, and other forms. 


Contact

Claire Haley
Media Communications Director
CHaley@atlantahistorycenter.com
404.814.4129

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