Explore “snake senses” at the 6th annual Snake Day at Fernbank Science Center. What is up with those tongues? Where does the term “pit viper” come from? If rattlesnakes don’t have ears, why do they make noise to warn predators? Snake Day features family-friendly hands-on activities, informational talks, displays about snakes as pets and Georgia’s own native snakes, and of course, LOTS of live snakes to get up close & personal. Food trucks will be on-site with tasty treats.
Getting there: take MARTA bus 2 from East Lake Station. Exit the bus at Ponce de Leon Ave @ Ponce de Leon MNR. Walk 0.8 miles to the entrance of Fernbank Science Center.
Free parking is plentiful and available in the Science Center lot and on nearby residential streets.
Presented by Fernbank Science Center, American Reptile Association, Georgia Reptile Society