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This exhibit explores the varied forms and functions of airport traffic control towers in the U.S. and around the world. The exhibit is composed of photographs by Smithsonian photographer Carolyn Russo, who traveled to 85 airports in 23 countries to capture images of these towers. The photos interpret the towers as monumental abstractions, symbols of […]Find out more
Zoo Atlanta returns to Tellus Science Museum with the ZooMobile, bringing some of their favorite traveling animals! See what parallels are found between the live visiting animals and the skeletons housed in the Fossil Gallery. Three shows will be held in the Tellus Theater at 11 AM, Noon, and 1 PM. The cafe will be […]Find out more
The CW will be at Tellus Science Museum with some of your favorite superhero friends including Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Spiderman, for photo ops and super fun! Make a superhero bookmark. Complete an obstacle course. Win prizes from The CW Atlanta, and more! Included […]Find out more
Smithsonian photographer Carolyn Russo will discuss her seven-year journey around the world to photograph airport towers for the Art of the Airport Tower exhibition.
PLUS more to enjoy on SCI-FRI night included with Museum Admission:
Museum + Store open until 9 PM
Cafe open until 8 PM
Lecture begins at 7 […] Find out more
All ages will enjoy this introductory discussion from Tellus Astronomer David Dundee about the upcoming total solar eclipse. Learn why eclipses happen, how to build a pinhole viewer to safely observe the eclipse, and what to look for during the event.
Lunch + Learn lecture begins at 12:15 PM in the banquet hall. No outside food […]Find out more
Meet important historical figures from science and your favorite science fiction characters. The Tellus Madd Scientist will entertain everyone in the Tellus Theater with their wacky science experiments. Children ages 12 and under are encouraged to dress up as your favorite science or science fiction character. Everyone will receive an autograph book to help you […]Find out more
Tellus Astronomer David Dundee will help you get ready for the upcoming total solar eclipse this month by explaining why eclipses occur, how to join more than 20 million Americans in viewing this year’s solar eclipse, and when the next eclipses will happen. The lecture takes place […]Find out more
Tellus Astronomer David Dundee will host this special day at Tellus Science Museum as an estimated 22 million Americans will be impacted by the total solar eclipse. WSB TV Chief Meterologist Glenn Burns will broadcast images of the total eclipse back to Tellus from an undisclosed viewing location near the path of totality. Tellus’ observatory […]Find out more