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ASF Exploration Expo

March 23 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Atlanta Science Festival’s
Saturday, March 23, 2024, 10am-5pm at Piedmont Park

Join Sci4Ga at Booth D427 in the Discover Zone across from the UPS booth.

Atlanta’s biggest interactive science event is FREE and open to adults, families, and children of all ages and interests. No registration is necessary. Control a prosthetic hand with your mind! Perform DNA extraction! Code robots through mazes! Dig for bones! Touch a human brain! Look inside a jet engine! Meet frogs, lizards, snakes… and scientists!

With 100 hands-on, interactive science booths from local organizations, universities, and companies, we’ll be showing off Atlanta science at this year’s Exploration Expo. Additional information including an exhibitor list, map, and parking info will be available in early spring.


The Expo will take place in Piedmont Park near the intersection of 10th Street and Charles Allen Drive – see map. Past year’s events drew over 20,000 people, so it’s going to be crowded and parking will be limited.

  • We STRONGLY urge you to use MARTA, taxi, carpool/rideshare, Beltline, etc.
  • MARTA – use Midtown stop, and walk east along 10th Street into the Park.
  • Parking Garage – Piedmont Park shares a parking deck with the Atlanta Botanical Garden and the rate is typically based on the amount of time you spend in the park. The garage is off of Monroe Drive on Worchester Drive, or visitors can enter off Piedmont Avenue at the Atlanta Botanical Garden entrance. The park is accessed from the lowest floor. Address to Parking Garage: 1320 Monroe Drive, Atlanta, GA 30306
  • NO PARKING is permitted at Midtown High School
  • See map of other nearby parking options, which are also indicate on the Google Map below.


March 23
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Atlanta Science Festival
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Piedmont Park
10th St NE @ Charles Allen Dr
Atlanta, GA 30309
+ Google Map

Science for Georgia is a 501(c)(3). We work to build a bridge between scientists and the public and advocate for the responsible use of science in public policy.

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