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Save Money on Your Children’s Museum of Atlanta Tickets | New Pricing System

Now you can save a little more on your Children’s Museum of Atlanta tickets cost. They just rolled out a new pricing system that works in your favor, when you buy tickets ahead of time at home. I bet it also helps you save time and wait in less of a line when you arrive too! It’s brand new, but I love that they are offering this to guests. Hopefully, we’ll see it make a difference during busy holiday hours when the kids are out of school.

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Children’s Museum of Atlanta Tickets – Save With Value Days

Children’s Museum of Atlanta announced today that it will initiate value days as part of its new dynamic pricing system. Beginning December 15, guests will have the opportunity to purchase tickets online for as low as $12.95 on select days. The dynamic pricing will also allow patrons to save and guarantee admission with advance online purchases. Visitors who choose to pay onsite will still experience affordable admission pricing ranging from $15.95 to $18.95.

“As Atlanta’s premier source of fun-filled learning for children, we want to make sure that everyone has the chance to conveniently experience the city’s only educational venue of this kind,” said Jane Turner, executive director of Children’s Museum of Atlanta. “With the introduction of value days, our hope is that more families will have the chance to enjoy our immersive exhibits and special programming!”

Kids are invited to revel in the holiday magic and learn about Christmas and Kwanzaa through special Celebrations in Light programming on December 23 and 26.

In 2018, families can expect a variety of engaging programming at the Museum! From January 27-May 28, the vibrant community of Healthyville will make a stop at Children’s Museum of Atlanta to provide hands-on opportunities for children and adults to explore how nutrition and fitness affects the human body. In addition, little ones can learn about Dr. Martin Luther King with special programming on January 15, including a moving recital of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech by Imaginator Jerry G. White.

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