Listen: ‘The Amazing Castle’ now at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta  


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A new exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta allows children to playfully explore life inside a castle.  

“The Amazing Castle,” at the museum through Sept. 9, transports families inside a castle’s stone walls where everyone has a job to do – from picking vegetables and preparing a royal meal to building furniture and presenting a puppet show. There’s even a sleeping dragon, and visitors can help wake up the serpent-like creature by completing an electronic puzzle. 

The AJC recently connected with Lauren Baker, manager of public programs at the museum, to discuss this creative new exhibit. 

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