Discover and Learn
Learning opportunities expand beyond exhibition and IMAX® offerings. Our talented staff develops and teaches natural history programs for all ages, leads research programs, curates collections, and more.
Give your students a hands-on, minds-on adventure! Fernbank Museum offers a wide variety of educational programming for pre-K-12 school groups and special education rates.
Need help planning your field trip? Want to stay up-to-date on educator opportunities? This page is a must-visit for educators of all grades and disciplines.
Fernbank Museum’s 2014 Summer Camp is full. If you have a child in camp and have questions, please contact Charlee Glenn at 404.929.6341. Please check back in January for information on 2015 Summer Camp.
Educators, help connect your students with the environment through this unique, hands-on field study program, available for middle and high school students.
Make the most of your visit to Fernbank Museum by downloading FREE scavenger hunts and exhibition guides.
Research & Collections
In addition to public programming, Fernbank Museum also has an active research program focused on Georgia archaeology. Fernbank’s collections, both on and off display, reflect core natural history topics.
Ask a Scientist
Do you have a question about something you saw during a visit to the Museum? Or do you need help identifying a rock, insect, snake or tree? Let a Fernbank Museum scientist help you find the answer! Call Ask a Scientist at 404.929.6300, extension 7005, or send your question to email@example.com.
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