Kids Can Sit In The Cockpit Of A Real Airplane At This Children’s Museum In Georgia
Looking for somewhere fun to take the kids? Luckily, there are plenty of great children’s museums in Georgia that offer opportunities for fun and education. One of our favorite is the Interactive Neighborhood for Kids, also known as INK. It’s an interactive museum in Gainesville with lots of great exhibits. Two-hour time slots are reserved so that it’s never too crowded, and you’ll have the chance to play with your child in fun educational settings like a dentist’s office, cafe, and even a real airplane.
For more information about INK, check out the museum’s website.
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Address: Ink Interactive Neighborhood, Chestnut Street Southeast, Gainesville, GA, USA
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