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Fernbank Museum of Natural History



Fernbank Museum of Natural History, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is one of the most popular and iconic cultural attractions in Atlanta. Home to the world’s largest dinosaurs, Atlanta’s biggest IMAX® screen and one of the largest assemblages of urban old-growth Piedmont forest in the United States, Fernbank brings science to life through immersive programming and unmatched experiences that encourage a greater appreciation of our planet and its inhabitants. Fernbank continues its 76-year environmental legacy to protect Fernbank Forest while fulfilling an educational mission to inspire life-long learning of natural history.

Join the dynamic group of adults who make a meaningful difference in the Fernbank experience by interacting directly with the public in a fun and educational environment. Polaris volunteers fill a variety of roles at the Museum-from greeting guests as they enter the Museum to assisting with the ecological restoration of Fernbank Forest.

Just two miles from Agnes Scott! Accesible by the number 2 Marta bus, or, if you're adventurous, a 45 minute walk!
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16 People | 65 Impacts | 5,638 Economic Impact | 250 Hours

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