Atlanta History Center
The Atlanta History Center holds the distinction of being one of the largest history museums in the U.S. Signature exhibitions at the Atlanta history museum focus on the South's rich legacy, as well as Atlanta's own history.
Over the past 82 years, the Atlanta History Center has grown to be a cultural hub in the Southeast, connecting people with culture. This premier facility rests on 33 acres in the famed Buckhead district, and holds deep values in regards to preserving its history, while at the same time educating the public about the area's culture that makes Atlanta such a special place to visit.
Throughout the years, the Atlanta History Center has managed to bring history to life with programs, lectures and award-winning speakers. Families are welcomed with arms-wide-open as kid friendly activities and events are always being added to the mix. From the toddler programs, to school tours, there is likely an event that is perfect for your youngster. Discover the culture and history of Atlanta and the surrounding areas at the Atlanta History Center!
Visiting the Atlanta History Center - Insider Tips
- Allow plenty of time - the Atlanta History Center is on 33 acres and exploring everything can take all day!
- Dress appropriately to be outside - there are extensive gardens and trails to tour.
- Be sure to go upstairs to the Olympic exhibit. Plenty of interactive activities great for adults and kids alike.
Atlanta History Center Admission Fees
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Atlanta History Center Information Contact
130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30305
Fax: (404) 814-2041
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