Genghis Khan to see in Atlanta and a Walk in the Woods at Fernbank
Check out the amazing exhibit about Genghis Khan currently at the FERNBANK Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, GA located at 767 Clifton Road (30307) near Emory University.
It always seems like there is SOOO much time to see an exhibit and then you turn around and it is GONE! Be sure to get to see this exhibit before it closes on January 20, 2013.
We all have heard about how FIERCE Genghis Khan was but the exhibit teaches about his leadership techniques and his inventive personality as well. I guess everyone has more than one aspect to his/her personality!
The exhibit includes rarely exhibited jewelry, armor and coins as well as robes, relics and even a MUMMY... Videos add spice to the exhibit while retelling the story of the life of Genghis Khan. The exhibit even contains dioramas as part of the storytelling experience.
Planning on checking it out? Now might be the perfect time to buy a membership. Members have special admission benefits and possible access to some "behind the scenes" adventures.
Member benefits? For example, this weekend, on November 4th from 10 am to Noon, Fernbank will sponsor an outdoor adventure to look at the beautiful Fall colors entitled TAKE A HIKE. Planned for 12 year olds and "up", the Hike promises to teach about the "character and importance of Georgia's Piedmont old-growth forests while [bringing] a better understanding of forest maintenance issues and issues related to invasive plant species." Be sure to check out the guidelines for the activity before you make your advance reservation by calling 404-929-6400. Free event with Admission to the Museum or for members.
Beware of Genghis Khan and be sure to see the trees - all at FERNBANK!
Have a happy day -