100 Events Across Atlanta + 1 Big Party in Piedmont Park

Atlanta Science Festival returns March 9-23, 2019 with more than 100 amazing events for curious kids and adults at venues all throughout metro Atlanta. The Festival ends with Atlanta’s biggest interactive science event – the Exploration Expo on March 23rd at Piedmont Park. Event details will be released on January 24 at 8pm at the Events link above. For now, check out how you can get involved!

But you don’t need to wait until March for great science events in Atlanta… Visit Science ATL – where we are creating and promoting easy access points to science, technology, engineering, and math all year round.

Environmental Science

So you want to learn about... ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Looking to appreciate the wonder of nature at #ATLSciFest 2018? Experience an eco-expedition, a roadside geology walk, a wildflower tour, & more! Read our recent blog to learn about all the great environmental science featured at this year's Festival. Eco Expedition, Presented by Georgia State…
Atlanta Science Festival

Atlanta Science Festival launches with explosive programming

Two-week science celebration promises more than 100 events March 9-24 Cue the rocket boosters. In less than a month, the fifth annual Atlanta Science Festival (ASF) launches with more than 100 events spread across Metro Atlanta March 9-24. Delta Air Lines serves as the Festival’s presenting sponsor. The…
Science Movies

So you want to learn about... SCIENCE IN THE MOVIES

Have you ever watched science on the big screen and wondered how it was filmed? #ATLSciFest has many events in 2018's line-up that journey deep into science displayed on-screen. Bride of Frankenstein, Presented by Fernbank Museum of Natural History and Emory University Center for Ethics In honor…

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