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Tickets

Event Details

Every Thursday
10:30 am –3:00 pm

Price

Preregistration required
FREE for Members
$14.50 for Not-Yet-Members

Location

High Museum of Art
Orkin Terrace, weather permitting
(Robinson Atrium if inclement weather)

Event Description

Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years and their caregivers, Toddler Thursdays engage children’s creativity and explore monthly topics with related artwork and self-guided tours, as well as new art-making activities to enjoy each week.

Explore, learn, and create every Thursday!

Two toddlers hold up their artworks on High's terrace.

Three time slots each Thursday:
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

When you preregister online, please select the time slot you would like to attend and purchase tickets (children ages 5 and under are free, but we still require a headcount). This helps us prepare for your visit and ensure your safety according to CDC guidelines.

Space is limited. Preregistration is required.
Your ticket includes access to the Museum galleries.

Please note: face coverings are required for anyone over the age of two, even for visitors who have been fully vaccinated. A face shield can be worn but must be worn in conjunction with a face covering for entry. Seating at Toddler Thursday is based on social distancing guidelines. The Greene Family Learning Gallery is temporarily closed to minimize the spread of COVID-19. For additional information, please see the Reopening FAQs.

Toddler Thursday Monthly Themes
April: Shapes!
May: Textures!

Also Happening on Campus:

The Alliance Theatre is offering special family performances as part of the new Under the Tent Series. The series includes daytime programming for families featuring concert-style performances of BEAUTIFUL BLACKBIRD LIVE and SONGS TO GROW ON. Performances will take place in a tent erected on Callaway Plaza adjacent to the Alliance Theatre’s home at the Woodruff Arts Center.
Tickets are sold in pods of 2–4 people. Tickets must be purchased separately on the Alliance Theatre website, and walk-up tickets are not available. 

BEAUTIFUL BLACKBIRD LIVE
April 8–18 (coincides with Toddler Thursday on April 8 and April 15)
Atlanta’s favorite feathered funk band is back! Featuring original music composed by Eugene H. Russell IV and inspired by Ashley Bryan’s children’s book BEAUTIFUL BLACKBIRD, this family friendly concert will have you on your feet celebrating the uniqueness of each and every one of us. Shake your tailfeathers and dance to the music!
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SONGS TO GROW ON
May 6–16 (coincides with Toddler Thursday on May 6)
A Woody Guthrie concert for children! – A family friendly concert event featuring American folk music legend Woody Guthrie’s classic children’s songs. Performed by Rob Lawhon and drawn primarily from Guthrie’s iconic album Songs to Grow on for Mother and Child, this cycle of songs captures the whimsy, joy, and wonder of childhood in three chords & a whole lot of fun. Join Woody and his dog Arlo as they serenade Atlanta families with songs that celebrate the human spirit.
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Toddler Thursday art activity sheet.

Previous Toddler Thursday Activities

Create an art project using any art supplies you have on hand. Art projects are designed for our smallest artists to explore materials, think creatively, and make a masterpiece!

We’d love to see what you create! Share your photos on Instagram with #HighMuseumatHome.

Credit

Family Fun at the Woodruff Arts Center is sponsored by the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation, which is part of the family of foundations that also includes the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation. The Lettie Pate Evans Foundation is an independent private foundation that invests primarily in education, arts, and culture.