The Woodruff Arts Center serves over 200,000 students annually and is proud to be recognized as Georgia’s largest arts educator.
Whether it’s summer camps for middle school students or theatre made for the youngest audiences, families with children of all ages will be able to explore, play, learn and create art in an interactive environment. Register now to participate in family programming below!
Woodruff Arts Center Family Festival
Generous Support Provided By:
High Museum of Art
Designed for children ages fifteen months through three years with their caregivers, Toddler Thursdays engage children’s creativity and incorporate monthly themes with related artwork, art-making activities, stories, and tours. Explore, learn, and create every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All activities are free with Museum admission. Toddler Thursdays are sibling friendly, so bring the whole gang!
Music for the Very Young
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra invites you to explore music in our season of Story & Song. Join our musicians and storytellers as we set off on musical adventures. Stories inspired by the songs we know and love will have your little ones dancing, playing, and engaging with music in the most fun way possible!
Support for this program is provided by The Lettie Pate Evans Foundation.
Theatre for the Very Young
Professional performances for children ages 0–5 years old and their grown-ups.
Each performance is an artistic experience that overcomes age, developmental barriers and language, expanding the consciousness of very young audience members and integrating bi-lingual elements into each show.
High Museum of Art
On the second Sunday of each month, we offer free admission for all visitors and special family-friendly programming from 1 to 4 p.m.
Curious about parking options and directions to The Woodruff? Whether you’re taking MARTA or driving, getting to The Woodruff Arts Center is easier than ever before.