Children's Museum of Atlanta to undergo major reno...
by Neighbor Staff
10:56 AM, Tuesday, April 28
Children’s Museum of Atlanta officials Tuesday announced plans for a massive renovation of the downtown attraction. The project, set to be completed in late 2015, will add two new permanent exhibits and a new 3,000-square-foot mezzanine level. Pro...

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