*All information needed for planning a group visit can be found in our Educator's Guide.
Interactive Neighborhood for Kids is a wonderful extension of the classroom. Our Museum's exhibits are designed to complement and enhance classroom learning by providing experimental, hands-on learning opportunities in a realistic setting. Educators are given the tools to: encourage hands-on, interactive play, to develop and build new skills, to be eager and curious about learning together. If your group has not been to our Museum – you’re missing a great lifelong learning opportunity! Reserve your trip today!
INK is happy to assist you with your visit. We will help to plan the best date and time for your group. A nonrefundable $50 deposit is required to reserve your trip, which will be applied to your total admissions for the day. Please plan your visit for at least two hours to complete the exhibit areas. Schedule in advance extra time for lunch and/or special activities. We can assist you in adding great activities, such as painting your own pottery, a special arts and craft session, or even a unique magic show (each for an additional fee).
INK requests that one adult chaperone come for every six children to allow for appropriate supervision. If your agency cannot provide appropriate supervision please let us know in advance in order to make arrangements for additional staff to be on hand (for a small additional charge).
10 - 20 Total Students: $7 per person
21 - 30 Total Students: $6 per person
31+ Total Students: $5 per person
Your $50 deposit is nonrefundable. INK realizes that emergencies arise from time to time. We will be happy to work with you to reschedule your trip if something happens with your original scheduled date. You MUST contact INK as soon as possible to reschedule your visit.
Bus Drop off and Parking
Bus drop off takes place on Chestnut Street; children may unload onto the front lawn area. Bus parking is located in INK's large parking lot, adjacent to our Museum, across from the Hall County Recycling Center.
The Museum has a designated area in which groups with advanced reservations may have snacks or lunch. Our staff will be happy to assist you with options such as ordering pizza or burgers, or a selection of concessions that you may purchase upon arrival. Bagged lunches are also welcome. If an area has been reserved, a member of the INK staff will guide you to the eating area where you can store your coolers, bags, etc. Food is not allowed in the exhibit area at any time.