Touchdown - and yes it is shaped like a football
The Fam ready to learn!
It was a very interactive place, which the kids really loved. If ever you get to push buttons, play with tablets they are in. When you arrived they asked you what your school choice was and you could scan that pass throughout the museum, and it would include things about your school. You could plan routes, answer trivia questions, even ask questions to famous players. The best part was the bottom floor that they had a skills course, were you could kick, throw, and catch some throws. It was really fun, and Joel did hit both of his field goals. The rest of us never got close :).
Cooper seeing how much more he needs to grow to be average college player size.
Since we were a limited on weather, we walked over to the Children's Museum that was downtown. The kids loved it, but mom and dad were looking for comfy chairs to spend a few hours in. Thankfully the rain stopped Sunday night and we were able to go to the Fernbank Natural History Museum Monday morning before our flight out. It was a gorgeous building surrounded by trees that had a hiking trail out the back for us to explore. The traveling exhibit they had at the time was about microbes, and was really interesting and disgusting at the same time. Learning about all the tiny things going on constantly inside and outside our bodies. After checking out the great exhibits. We went outside. It included raised walkways, homemade bird houses, a fort for the kids to climb in, and a hiking trail surrounded by flowers.
One of the outdoor play areas, had water ways you could watch your tiny boat float down
Pretty raise walk way
Cooper and Lauren were able to explore several large forts that were built in honor of all of our stick forts we build as children
Now the fort ever kid wished they had in there back yard
We had a great time in Atlanta, and the kids were able to tick off another state that they have visited. So grateful for the things we have in our lives. Now, where to go next.