We love going to children’s museums and recently our adventures took us to INK (Interactive Neighborhood For kids) in Gainesville, GA. and it didn’t disappoint at all.
INK is geared towards visitors ages 2-12 and designed to offer an unparalleled educational experience. This is hands-down one of the best children’s museums we have visited. They are filled with hands-on, interactive exhibits that are structured in a way that lets each visitor touch and feel the “real world” They offer everything from a grocery store, 50’s diner, dentist office, real police car, real fire truck and even airplane. We spent several hours there and I’m pretty sure my boys could have spent more.
J&J Grocery Store
Hall County Sheriff’s Car
Seriously there are so many things to do. I haven’t even listed half of what they offer.
The price to get in is $8 per person, which is one of the best prices we have paid. I also really like that you can leave and come back later in the day as well. They also offer a Homeschool Day the first Tuesday of every month.
To learn more about INK, you can visit them online at: http://www.inkfun.org/