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Fernbank Forest

Explore 65-acres of undisturbed, mature mixed hardwood forest. Fernbank Forest is now open daily for self-guided tours. FREE with Museum admission!

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Fossil Floors

Watch where you step… you are walking on fossils! The floors of Fernbank Museum are made of 40,000 limestone tiles, each containing fossil remains of animals that lived in a shallow reef more than 150 million years ago.

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The Naturalist Center

The Naturalist Center features four public programming rooms used for a variety of educational offerings including crafts, games, animal encounters and more. Visit our calendar of events for a schedule of offerings. The Naturalist Center also features Fernbank's Curator's Corner, a special gallery features rotating displays highlighting items from Fernbank's permanent collection.

The Star Gallery

Explore the nighttime sky in this unique gallery of 542 twinkling stars and discover a variety of constellations, from Orion to the Big Dipper.

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Rain Garden

Learn how Fernbank Museum works to conserve fresh water by redirecting parking lot runoff into a garden of native plant species.

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Humans in Space Youth Art Competition

See an inspiring selection of winning entries from the international Humans in Space Youth Art Competition, part of the Humans in Space Art Program. Youth ages 10-18 were asked to visually communicate their vision of the future of space science, travel and exploration. This temporary display is on view in the The Star Gallery.

Deepdene Park

Part of the Olmsted Linear Parks, Deepdene Park is located approximately 1 mile from the Museum on Ponce de Leon Avenue. This wooded tract features a stream winding through its 22 acres and a topography that ranges from steep slopes to a flat meadow. Free self-guided tours are available in Deepdene Park.

Dellwood Park

Part of the Olmsted Linear Parks, Dellwood Park, located directly across Ponce de Leon Avenue from the Museum's campus,  is named for the natural depression at its eastern end—a dell. It is a continuation of the pastoral style—open space with scattered groups of trees. It is graced with some particularly fine large trees. Free self-guided tours are available in Dellwood Park.