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Atlanta Field Trip Pass

Description

The Trekaroo Atlanta Pass offers admission to all 5 of Atlanta's best educational attractions at a 15% discount.



  • Zoo Atlanta

  • Fernbank Natural History Museum

  • Center for Civil and Human Rights

  • Cattahoochee Nature Center

  • Michael C. Carlos Museum


Ticket                    Admission         Trekaroo Pass


Adult: Age 13+        $88.81                $75.00 (15% savings)


Child: Ages 3-12      $69.53                $58.50 (15% savings)


 


PLEASE NOTE


Pass tickets expire September 30, 2016.


This is a mobile exclusive pass that will be delivered via text message and email upon purchase. Follow the instructions to add the pass to your home screen for easy access during your stay.


You will be required to present your phone to gain admission to the attractions!


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Child

$58.50

Adult

$75.00

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Center for Civil and Human Rights

Address
Center for Civil and Human Rights, Ivan Allen Junior Boulevard Northwest, Atlanta, GA, United States
Website
www.civilandhumanrights.org
Phone
6789998990
Included Products
General Admission

About This Venue
The Center for Civil and Human Rights is an interactive exhibit in Downtown Atlanta that takes visitors through the Civil Rights struggle as a foundation for the fight for Human Rights today.

Zoo Atlanta

Address
800 Cherokee Avenue Southeast, Atlanta, Georgia 30315, United States
Website
www.zooatlanta.org
Phone
4046245600
Included Products
Admission

About This Venue
Zoo Atlanta maintains a collection of more than 1,000 animals, representing more than 200 species from around the world. A leader in building naturalistic habitats for animals, the Zoo’s landscape spans nearly 40 acres of lush greenery and shimmering forests. Things to check out: Zoo Atlanta is home to North America’s largest collection of great apes, including 20 western lowland gorillas in The Ford African Rain Forest. The Living Treehouse features colorful African bird life in an open-air aviary, as well as guenons, lemurs and drills, the most endangered African primate species. The Asian Forest is home to numerous Asian species, including giant pandas; Bornean and Sumatran orangutans; red panda; Komodo dragon; giant otters; clouded leopard and Sumatran tigers. A particular highlight of the Asian Forest is The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation Giant Panda Conservation Center. There's a special children's zoo, playgrounds and rides for kids.

Michael C. Carlos Museum

Address
571 South Kilgo Circle Northeast, Atlanta, GA, United States
Website
www.carlos.emory.edu
Phone
4047274282
Included Products
Admission

About This Venue
The Michael C. Carlos Museum collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets art and artifacts from antiquity to the present in order to provide unique opportunities for education and enrichment in the community, and to promote interdisciplinary teaching and research at Emory University.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Address
767 East Clifton Road Northeast, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Website
www.fernbankmuseum.org
Phone
4049296300
Included Products
Museum Admission

About This Venue
From the world’s largest dinosaurs to Atlanta’s biggest IMAX® screen, experience a world of adventure! Hands-on exhibits, live animals, archaeological artifacts and other fun experiences make science come alive for all ages.

Chattahoochee Nature Center

Address
9135 Willeo Rd, Roswell, GA 30075, United States
Website
chattnaturecenter.org
Phone
7709922055
Included Products
General Admission

About This Venue
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is located on the Chattahoochee River in Roswell and sits on a beautiful site comprised of 127 acres of native plants and gardens that showcase the beauty of Georgia. The Nature Center has continued to grow and reach out to citizens as a place to explore new ideas and expand the awareness of the natural world.
Things to bring: binoculars, camera, good walking shoes, snacks/lunch, rain gear, and sunscreen.