This monthly program for toddlers and preschoolers (18 months to five years) engages the youngest visitors in activities that introduce them to history in creative ways. Each Magic Monday has a unique theme and includes a guided exploration of one of the exhibitions, historic houses, or award-winning gardens, as well as demonstrations, arts and crafts projects, and story time.
February 13: Bee Mine. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at the Atlanta History Center with your little loved one. Meet a beekeeper to discover where honey comes from. Sing along to your favorite songs that celebrate love and friendship and listen to a Valentine’s Day story. Stop by the craft station to create bee-inspired art and to make a take-home valentine for your honey.
March 12: Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Little ones travel through the Metropolitan Frontiers exhibition to explore transportation through time. Transportation-inspired games keep kids moving like a locomotive. Story time, sing-along songs, and craft time round out this fun-filled day.
April 9: Egg Hunt at Smith Family Farm. Celebrate springtime on the farm during the annual egg hunt. Join the search for colorful eggs hidden throughout Smith Family Farm to win prizes. Participate in fun and games, like the peep toss, doing the bunny hop, and creating spring crafts. A surprise visit from the Easter Bunny delights everyone.
May 14: Little Gardener. Let your imagination bloom as you explore the rhododendron garden to see budding flowers. Little gardeners dig in the dirt, plant a seed, and create a flower arrangement to take home. Listening to stories about nature and the environment teach children about the world around them.
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