2020 Festival Event:

Rock n’ Walk

Millions of years ago, a massive magma chamber cooled below ground near Atlanta, never erupting through to the surface. Now, we call it Stone Mountain. Join GSU Geosciences on a hike to explore this unique granite dome. You can start the hikes or swing by for a hands-on learning session at the Historical and Environmental Education Center where the geologists will explore the history of this notable natural landmark. You’ll also be able to ‘walk’ a Giant Traveling Map of Georgia, engage in activities with rock and mineral specimens, and explore other natural landscapes using Google Cardboard VR as you make your way up the mountain. Groups will depart the Education Center frequently.

There is plenty of free parking in the lot close to the Education Center.

Presented by Georgia State University

Topics: Chemistry Irreverent Fun Physics Technology Earth & Space Science Science & Society Nature & Environment
Audience: Families High School Middle School Adults Elem. School

Where

Historical & Environmental Education Center, Stone Mountain Park

1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd.

Stone Mountain, 30083

When

Sunday, March 8th, 2020

11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Admissions

Price: Free with admission