Ring in spring with cute and cuddly baby animals. Discover the new life in bloom with seasonal crafts and activities—and don't forget to visit the egg stations for special giveaways!
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Georgia Tech Urban Honeybee Project
Honey bees may be small, but they play a big role in pollinating plants! See live honey bees safely in an observation hive.
Sam’s Path Petting Zoo**
Meet baby animals including ducklings, baby goats and more. (Ages four and up are welcome to pet the animals with parental supervision. Hand sanitizer should be used after petting animals.)
Look for the blue flags and collect special prize-filled eggs.
Egg Basket Craft
Color a paper bag basket to tote prize-filled eggs.
Little Critter Craft
Create your own critter with this adorable clothespin craft.
Get a spring-themed temporary tattoo.
King of Pops****
Indulge in your spring fever with an icy popsicle treat. Available for Purchase on the Terrace
Treats by GoGo squeeZ*****
Fuel up to collect your prize-filled eggs with tasty GoGo squeeZ applesauce.
FurKids Animal Rescue & Shelters
10am – 1:30pm
Meet and greet cuddly puppies and learn how you can help them find a home.
11:30am, Naturalist Center
Preschoolers will enjoy a story with a Fernbank educator along with a special activity or song. The featured story, Guess What is Growing Inside this Egg, by Mia Posada will bounce you into spring.
Cost: Included with Museum admission. Members free.
*Activities are offered in the Great Hall from 10am to 2pm unless otherwise noted and are subject to change without notice.
**Animal species subject to change.
***Egg giveaways available while supplies last. Eggs are limited to one per station, per child. Please note that eggs contain candy and/or toys with small parts. Use parental supervision. Candy should not be consumed inside exhibits, WildWoods or Fernbank Forest.
****Popsicles are for purchase and are not included with admission.
*****Available while supplies last.