Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins
Seven Museums Ideal for Cold Weather Fun
Cold-weather months are ideal for exploring museums with the family. Here are a few of our favorite Georgia museums that we recommend for a full day of fun.
Expedition: Bigfoot, Cherry Log
Feast your eyes on the country's largest permanent display of genuine bigfoot artifacts at Expedition: Bigfoot. Do you believe?
High Museum of Art, Atlanta
Booth Western Art Museum, Cartersville
The award-winning Booth Museum includes cowboys, Indians, Civil War soldiers and more. There is a special space for kids, plus a number of children's programming options.
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta
St. Marys Submarine Museum, St. Marys
If your kiddos love submarines, then the St. Marys Submarine Museum is the place to be. You can even see the most modern periscope on display today, and use it to take in views of the St. Marys River.
Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins
Planes, helicopters, jets and more. The free Museum of Aviation is the second largest museum in the Air Force, with 85 exhibits. The kids will love climbing into a real cockpit.
Interactive Neighborhood for Kids - INK!, Gainesville
This Gainesville museum was made with kids in mind. Interactive Neighborhood for Kids features a kid-sized town, complete with pizza shop, barber, vet, courthouse, and even an airplane and firetruck. Kids are free to play and climb to their hearts content.