Museum Musings
  • Prev
  • 1
  • Next

Special Summer Ticket Giveaway


Whale Watch 1.jpgDid you have a whale of a time in
Whales: Giants of the Deep? Did you take advantage of the special "Fernbank Whale Watch" photo opp? If so, that photo could win win you TWO FREE IMAX® tickets! 

We want to see your “Fernbank Whale Watch” photos. And, just for sharing your pictures, you will automatically be entered to win 2 free IMAX® tickets.

It’s simple to share:

Need inspiration? Check out our #FernbankWhales gallery.  

Check out 97 Days of Play for more summer fun ideas! 

—Deanna Smith, Director of Marketing

 

Written by Fernbank Museum at 16:03

Celebrate Easter and Passover by Visiting Jerusalem

403x403-Jerusalem.jpgDue to popular demand, the captivating giant screen film Jerusalem, presented by National Geographic Entertainment, has been extended through the Easter and Passover holidays at Fernbank’s IMAX® Theatre.

Jerusalem immerses audiences in a spectacular cinematic journey—soaring high above the Holy Land and plunging deep into the vibrant Old City—so they can experience as never before the iconic sites cherished by billions.

Special screenings of Jerusalem will be offered in Fernbank’s IMAX® Theatre Fridays at 7pm and Sundays at 5pm through April 27. IMAX tickets are $13 for adults, $12 for students and seniors, $11 for children 12 and younger, and $8 for museum members.

These special screenings will likely sell out. Advance purchase is highly recommended online or by calling 404.929.6400. 

 

Written by Fernbank Museum at 14:07
Welcome to the official blog of Fernbank Museum of Natural History. This blog is an opportunity for the people that keep Fernbank running and constantly expanding, to share stories from their point of view. We hope you’ll enjoy these first-hand, behind-the-scenes glimpses of what goes into keeping a world-class natural history museum running. As always, we’d love to hear your feedback on these stories, to hear your personal experiences and hear any suggestions for topics. Happy reading!

Archive