25+ Not-to-Miss March Events

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We have you covered with the best family-friendly shows, exhibits and special events this month. Also, don’t miss our guide to St. Patrick’s Day Events.

Due to cancellations to prevent the spread of coronavirus, please verify all events before you go.

Virtual: Hunger Walk/Run

Run or walk to raise awareness and funds for food insecurity to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. March 7.

They Weren’t All Rosies: Local Women’s Roles During World War II at Tim D. Lee Senior Center

Learn more about the brave women who helped the World War II efforts with the Marietta Museum of History. March 8.

Freaky Friday at Elm Street Cultural Arts

An uber-organized mother and her spontaneous teenage daughter magically swap bodies, and they only have one day to figure out how to switch back. March 11-14.

Swan Lake at Infinite Energy Center

In this magical performance from the Northeast Atlanta Ballet, see a fairytale princess and her handsome prince take on a nasty sorcerer. March 12-14.

Mirandy and Brother Wind at Synchronicity Theatre

Mirandy is determined to win first place in the cakewalk, so she decides to capture the spirit of Brother Wind to serve as her dancing partner. March 12-April 4.

Women’s History Month Celebration at The Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History

Commemorate Women’s History Month by exploring the role women played in the Civil War and locomotive history with educational presentations and activities. March 13.

Family Art Escapes at High Museum of Art

Play and experiment with creative materials by exploring “Paper Mosaics,” and participate in a scavenger hunt. March 13.

Twilight Trek at Zoo Atlanta

Learn about native Georgia animals and environments, along with ways to protect local wildlife. March 13 and 26.

Atlanta Science Festival

Celebrate all things science with this hybrid festival. March 13-27.

Flying into the Future at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Participate in STEM-focused activities, learn more about animals, take home crafts and more. March 14.

Second Sunday at High Museum of Art

Enjoy free admission to see the art in permanent and special exhibitions. March 14.

Dawoud Bey: An American Project at High Museum of Art

This photography collection explores African American subjects and history. Through March 14.

Ecotinker Interactive Exhibit at Chattahoochee Nature Center

Examine the connection between STEM and nature with tech and tinker stations, learn about recycling, consumer science, and more. March 15-May 31.

Virtual: Sounds of the West End

From the Alliance Theatre, take a trip to Atlanta’s historic West End with this performance based on “In the West End” by Will Power and R. Gregory Christie. March 16-April 30.

Virtual: Silver Linings

Atlanta Ballet’s new choreographic initiative features a variety of original pieces. March 19.

Mad Hatter’s Tea Party at Douglassville Cultural Arts Center

Families can play flamingo croquet, join in a sing-a-long, pin a grin on the Cheshire Cat, decorate a cookie at the tea party and more. March 20.

Lore at Roswell Cultural Arts Center

The Roswell Dance Starz explore Greek mythology, Robin Hood’s story and legends about King Arthur in this performance. March 20.

Latin Nights at Infinite Energy Center

Presented by North Atlanta Dance Theatre, this ballet features the Don Quixote Suite, beautiful costumes and passionate music. March 20.

Broadway on the Lawn at Lawrenceville Lawn

Enjoy an exciting performance of Disney’s “Newsies” on the lawn from Aurora Theatre. March 20.

Little Critters at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Ring in spring with baby animals, spring-themed crafts, games and activities. March 20.

Alice in Wonderland at Tolbert Yilmaz School of Dance

Join Alice as she is transported to the whimsical world of Wonderland. March 20-21, 27-28.

Luminous at Larry Bell Park Field

This musical cabaret includes dance numbers, costumes and more with delightful musical theatre songs. March 25-28.

Kori Bustard Day at Zoo Atlanta

Meet Tuza and Zola, the kori bustards at Zoo Atlanta, play games showcasing Earth’s heaviest flighted bird and more. March 27.

Aladdin and His Magical Lamp at Infinite Energy Center 

Presented by Southern Ballet Theatre, this magical tale follows the story of a street rat who uses a genie to grant his fantastical wishes. March 27-28.

Orchid Daze at Atlanta Botanical Garden

Enjoy thousands of beautiful orchids at this annual exhibit. Through April 11.

Bestowing Beauty: Masterpieces from Persian Lands at High Museum of Art

Celebrate the artistic traditions of Persian civilization with carpets, textiles, manuscripts, paintings, ceramics, jeweled objects and more. Through April 18.

Microsculpture at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

The tiny world of insects is magnified with portraits in this outdoor exhibit. Through May 2.

The Pigeon Comes to Atlanta! A Mo Willems Exhibit at Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Celebrate your favorite stories by having conversations as Elephant Gerald and Piggie, dressing up Naked Mole Rat, uncovering Knuffle Bunny, launching foam hot dogs at The Pigeon and more. Through May 9.

Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed at Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Find out what archaeologists have discovered about the ancient Maya civilization that flourished in Mexico, Belize, Guatemala and Honduras. Through May 9.

Zoo in You at Tellus Science Museum

View the world of inner microorganisms and the microbiome to learn more about personal health with engaging, interactive and bilingual exhibits. Through Sept. 6.

Out Of This World! Jewelry In The Space Age at Tellus Science Museum

Explore more than 200 pieces of vintage and contemporary jewelry with celestial and Space Age designs. Through Oct. 24.

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