50 States of Science: Deep in the heart of Georgia, the Tellus Science Museum beckons.

Hold onto your hats, folks! Get ready to embark on a wild, year-long adventure as we unveil “50 States of Science” – an electrifying series highlighting one science museum or center from each state. From the scorching deserts of Arizona to the icy landscapes of Alaska, we’ll dive deep into the realms of science and exploration, uncovering the hidden gems of knowledge across the nation. Buckle up for a mind-bending journey like no other!

First up! The Tellus Science Museum deep in the heart of the Peach State (aka Georgia).

NUTSHELL: In the heart of Cartersville, Georgia, amidst a picturesque backdrop, the Tellus Science Museum emerges like a psychedelic oasis, beckoning all seekers of scientific enlightenment. Just a hop, skip, and a drive away from the sprawling chaos of Atlanta, this captivating establishment pulsates with a kaleidoscope of exhibits and mind-altering interactive experiences that will leave you spellbound. Brace yourself for a journey that transcends the boundaries of mundane existence as you immerse yourself in the cutting-edge marvels of the planetarium and delve into the ancient enigma of the fossil gallery. The Tellus Science Museum is a sacred pilgrimage for those who yearn to unravel the mysteries of the universe and unlock the secrets of existence. Prepare to be transported, my friends, on an expedition that will enlighten your mind, ignite your soul, and forever alter the fabric of your perception. Welcome to the threshold of discovery!

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THE NUT: Nestled in Georgia’s untamed terrain, the Tellus Science Museum emerges as a shrine to the ancient and mysterious. With a feverish devotion to unearthing the relics of the past, it showcases fossilized marvels, from the mighty dinosaurs of bygone eras to gleaming minerals and celestial meteorites. This eccentric establishment invites you to embrace the surreal and connect with the geological wonders that shape this enigmatic land. Step into a primordial abyss where time collapses, and the extraordinary becomes your reality at Tellus Science Museum.

According to the museum’s mission statement, “Because science matters, we engage, educate, and inspire visitors to make scientific connections through dynamic exhibits and enriching experiences.”

NOW SHOWING: Treasures of NOAA’s Ark. Embark on a mind-altering voyage through NOAA’s Ark, revealing the impactful history and global significance of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Explore 18th-century maps, scientific instruments, and captivating displays that illuminate the intricate connection between humanity and the environment. Brace yourself for an exhibition that showcases NOAA’s unwavering commitment to science, service, and environmental stewardship. (Ends Oct. 29, 2023)

COMING SOON: Fossil Symposium. Don’t let the drab title of the event scare you into doing something else, my friends. The Paleontologists from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, are set to unleash a mind-bending showcase of fossil research that will blow your minds. Get ready to witness the secrets of ancient animal behavior, rare fossil preservation states, species diversity, and the jaw-dropping ecological impacts of invasive species in our modern world. This exhibition isn’t just about dusty relics, oh no! These daring scientists will take you on a thrilling ride, unveiling cutting-edge experiments that bring the past roaring back to life. Don’t miss your chance to gain a profound understanding of our planet’s history, witness breakthrough discoveries, and be at the forefront of scientific exploration. Get ready to be transformed, my fellow seekers of knowledge, because this is an experience you won’t want to miss! (August 12, 2023)

GEOGRAPHY SPECIFIC WONDERS: Behold the Weinman Mineral Gallery, a shimmering testament to the geological wonders that grace the land of Georgia. Nestled within the hallowed halls of the museum, this extraordinary collection of minerals stands as a radiant reflection of the state’s abundant natural treasures. From the gleaming quartz crystals that sparkle like stars in the night sky to the vibrant hues of amethyst and emerald that evoke the lush landscapes of the region, the Weinman Mineral Gallery captures the essence of Georgia’s geological splendor. As you wander through this awe-inspiring gallery, you’ll be transported on a journey that unveils the sheer diversity and breathtaking beauty of the Earth’s mineral kingdom. Let the treasures within the Weinman Mineral Gallery ignite your curiosity and deepen your appreciation for the rich geological heritage that surrounds us in this remarkable corner of the world.

DATE NIGHT EVENTS: Unfortunately, not here.

INSIDER TIPS: Never heard back from the museum, so apparently not.


Tellus Science Museum
100 Tellus Drive
Cartersville, GA 30120

Museum Hours
Every day 10 AM – 5 PM
Closed New Year’s Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

IMAGE CREDIT: Jonathan Chen (cover); Tellus Science Museum.

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