Week 1: Fernbank (K-2nd)
Coca Cola Space Center (3rd-8th)
Fernbank: From the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, to the biggest movie screen in Atlanta, Fernbank Museum offers a world of adventure for all ages. Immersive, hands- on exhibitions make science, culture and natural history come alive in a big way!
Coca Cola Space Museum: Situated in the heart of the region, Coca-Cola Space Center is owned and operated by the Columbus State University. This center encourages learning about astronomy with their interactive displays. It features a Omnisphere Theater, Mead Observatory and Challenger Learning Center for the enthusiasts.
Week 2: Cochran mill Nature Center
Cochran Mill Nature Center is located just 20 minutes south of Atlanta in Palmetto, Georgia. The center is home to lots of reptiles, bats, and birds of prey, all on exhibit for our guests to see. Our property sits on fifty privately-owned, heavily-wooded acres with several hiking trails to choose from including one with a waterfall. Whether hiking, coming to see the animals, participating in an environmental education program or dropping by for a relaxing picnic by the pond, Cochran Mill Nature Center has something for you.
Week 3: Dunwoody Nature Center
The Nature Center is a welcoming place, where our 22 acres of open space allow people to experience nature, increase environmental understanding, cultivate community, and encounter the arts. A diverse natural habitat in the city of Dunwoody, Georgia, this former homestead hosts numerous varieties of flora and fauna. Come explore four distinct habitats at the Nature Center: meadow, stream, wetlands, and forest.
Week 4: Breakout Atlanta
Mastermind Escape Games is a national entertainment company specializing in escape rooms. Escape rooms are a new form of reality gaming where players are locked in a room, provided a mission, and given 60 minutes to discover the way out. Mastermind is the evolution of entertainment. Think that’s a big claim? Well that’s because we have big goals. Our purpose is simple though: provide our customers with a unique entertainment experience.
Week 5: Noah’s Ark
This non-profit organization rehabilitates all sorts of wild and domestic animals that have met with misfortune – from horses, birds, pigs and sheep to bears, monkeys, cougars, and wolves. It also brings together children and animals so they both can learn to provide unconditional love, service and a future of hope to each other.
Week 6: Tiny Towne Driving Center
Aspiring drivers (ages 3 – 15) will have the opportunity to drive high-tech mini cars on realistic streets. They must follow all the road signs and traffic signals and respect each other. In order to advance to more fun and higher-level tracks, young drivers must complete various educational activities including multiple choice quizzes and successful rounds in the simulators.
It’s education (the main goal is learning about safety and the rules of the road) through entertainment (remember how exciting it was to drive a golf cart when you were younger?).
Week 7: Seven Springs Waterpark & Stars and Strikes Bowling Center