Atlanta Kids Weekend Events: Mar. 4-6

Atlanta Kids Weekend Events: Mar. 4-6

Baboons, bromeliads, bingo and Boeing—this weekend is a what’s-what of the letter “B.” Whether things that go, critters that crawl or museums that amaze are what lights your little’s fire, this weekend will be a total blast (See? Another “B”). Keep reading for our picks for where to go and what to do on this first weekend of March in Atlanta.

Explore Zoo Atlanta with Adventure Cubs
Calling all Adventure Cubs, ages 0-5, and their favorite grownups for a morning of exploration, learning and fun! Embark on a new journey each month with a Zoo Educator as families get to learn and play together. Spend time taking part in engaging activities that will get you and your little one moving and creating. Each month, young explorers will learn about a new animal and will create a take-away memory that ties into the theme. At the end of the program, participants will receive a fun-to-go activity to do in the Zoo together. For more info, click here.

Play Family Bingo at Halcyon Hall
Family Bingo is free every Sunday from 4-5:30 p.m. inside the Market Hall at Halcyon. You’ll have a chance to win small gift cards from retailers and restaurants, and all ages are invited to play. Due to the popularity of this event, you might want to register to ensure you’ll be able to play. If the event is full, you may stop by around 4 to see if walk-ups are available. A link is posted each Tuesday for the following Sunday. Details are here.

Visit Orchid Daze at the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Midtown
Enjoy thousands of beautiful, fragrant orchids on display during Orchid Daze, the Fuqua Orchid Center’s annual exhibition highlighting winter’s favorite plant. Here are the deets.

Kick Off Spring at the Atlanta Fair
Kick off spring with classic carnival games, mouth-watering fair food, thrill rides and more at the Atlanta Fair in Old Turner Field from March 4 to April 10, Mon.-Fri. from 5-11 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. from 1-11 p.m. At only $5 per person (under 42 inches is $2), and individual ride tickets for $1.25, this is a reasonable way to spend a warmish afternoon. Here‘s the scoop.

Learn Hidden Secrets: Mysterious Caves
Within the earth lie otherworldly places, home to mineral formations in an almost limitless variety of shapes and forms and animals who thrive without light. As fragile as they are beautiful, they provide a glimpse into a mysterious subterranean world. Experience what it’s like to explore a cave at the Tellus Museum’s cave reconstruction and search for cave critters in a scavenger hunt. Here are the deets.

Watch Small Planes (& Some Big Ones) Take Off & Land
DeKalb Peachtree Airport in Chamblee averages 230,000 takeoffs and landings annually, and has for more than thirty years. PDK is the second-busiest airport in Georgia, behind only Hartsfield-Jackson. And guess what? There’s a playground, swingset, and viewing stadium adjacent to the runway! Check it out here.

See Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type at Center for Puppetry Arts in Midtown
Opening on February 2 and running Thurs.-Sun. through Mar. 13 is the Center’s adaptation of Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type, based on the book by Doreen Cronin with illustrations by Betsy Lewin.  Farmer Brown can’t believe his ears. Are his cows typing? Then he receives a letter from the cows with a specific demand. If they do not get what they want, they will strike. Here‘s all you need before you go.

Check Out Knights in Armor at Fernbank in Druid Hills
Knights In Armor showcases stunning examples of European arms and armor from the renowned collection of the Museo Stibbert in Florence, Italy. Through more than 100 objects— including full suits of armor, mounted equestrian figures, paintings, helmets, swords and other weaponry— this exhibit tells the tale of the European knight from the medieval and Renaissance periods through the Medieval Revival of the 19th century. Check it out here.

—Shelley Massey


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