Questions and answers

Are there dinosaurs at Fernbank?

Are there dinosaurs at Fernbank?

Turn summer into a DINO-MITE experience at Fernbank Museum. Learn more about the prehistoric stars of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, from dinosaurs to flying reptiles, through immersive exhibits, unique opportunities and self-guided activities.

How long does it take to go through the Fernbank museum?

1.5 hours
For most visitors, it should take a minimum of 1.5 hours to go through the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. If you want a more in-depth visit, you should allow for more time. If you want to see an IMAX movie, allow for an extra hour in addition to your museum time.

Does Fernbank have a gift shop?

Museum Store & Fernbank Cafe Shop and dine with us during your visit with special savings just for members. The Museum Store offers science kits, toys, jewelry, geodes, souvenirs, and all things dinosaur. During the holidays, you’ll also find ornaments and seasonal gifts.

How did Fernbank museum get its name?

The Founding of Fernbank It’s believed that one of her favorite places in the forest was a creek bank covered with ferns, which she named “Fernbank.” Emily Harrison’s vision still thrives through the conservation work and science education of Fernbank Museum.

Is Fernbank Museum for adults?

Exclusively for ages 21+, Fernbank After Dark is a unique date night for couples, a great place to meet up with friends, and a fun experience for travelers.

Is Fernbank good for kids?

Enjoy safe, fun and affordable activities designed for children ages 5 and under on select Tuesday mornings (when Fernbank typically has fewer visitors to help keep you safe). This special program includes all-day general admission, a special educator-led program at 11am, a free toddler snack and free parking.

What county is Fernbank Museum?

DeKalb County
The nearby Fernbank Science Center is a separate organization operated by the DeKalb County Board of Education and is not affiliated with Fernbank Museum of Natural History (Fernbank, Inc.)….Fernbank Museum of Natural History.

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