Fernbank Museum is open daily 10am to 5pm with additional evening hours Friday-Saturday from 5:30pm to 9pm. Online tickets required. Learn what we are doing to keep guests and employees safe.
Let’s take an up close look at some animal skulls to see how biologists can figure out what an animal eats just by looking at their teeth!
Learn about habitats by visiting the habitat of one of Georgia’s native species: The Green Anole!
Australian Bearded Dragon
Fernbank educator Cara will introduce you to Sherlock, an Australian bearded dragon.
Fernbank educator Cara will introduce you to Billy, our resident corn snake.
Eastern Box Turtle
Fernbank educator Cara will introduce you to Pat, our resident box turtle.
Explore an amazing defensive adaptation with an up close look at one of Fernbank’s scaly ambassadors, Leche, a Sinaloan Milk Snake!
Today we’ll be talking about venomous snakes: what kinds live in Georgia, how you can spot the difference between a venomous and non-venomous snake, and why both are important members of their ecosystem
We’re actively working to provide new, educational and entertaining content for you to enjoy from home, including educational videos, fun facts, behind-the-scenes photos, quizzes and more.
We also want to hear from YOU! Show us how you are “Museuming at Home” by tagging us @FernbankMuseum and using #MuseumAtHome. You can also send photos and comments to Social.Media@FernbankMuseum.org.
Check this page often, we’ll be adding content on a regular basis.