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The Atlanta Apex Museum is entirely devoted to African-American history in order to promote cultural awareness and the societal contributions by African-Americans in Georgia. From one of Atlanta's first Black owned business to pioneer stories to...more
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Having visited the Martin Luther King Historical site and walking back to visit the Center for Civil and Human Rights, this is an extremely worthwhile and important inclusion in that journey. The staff are wonderfully helpful and enthusiastic about the exhibits. This provides excellent historical...More
Date of experience: February 2019
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Janice W, Manager at APEX Museum, responded to this reviewResponded June 15, 2019
My son took a group of young men from Albany, GA on a trip to this museum and it is the real history of our people. I would highly recommend all tourist and locals visit this museum for some true facts. The youngen really learned...More
Date of experience: January 2019
Janice W, Gallery Coordinator at APEX Museum, responded to this reviewResponded March 20, 2019
That’s awesome! We appreciate you guys. We look forward to seeing you again. Thanks sooo much! Janice Warren
After visiting the excellent Center for Civil and Human Rights and after touring many of the Civil Rights notable historical spots and after going to the MLK Jr. National Park and visitor center, we went to this little gem of a museum. It’s nothing glitzy...More
I live in Marietta and found out about the museum via TripAdvisor. The center is small and all you need is about an hour to watch the short video and walk through to do the readings. Zima gave us a wonderful overview of the Apex...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Janice W, Manager at APEX Museum, responded to this reviewResponded October 16, 2018
Thanks Tracy for coming. Please share with your family and friends so they can come as well.
My friend and I got here late but the lady was gracious to let us walk around and see the exhibits. It was very nice of the lady and everyone should go see it. We missed the tour but next time we will make it...More
Date of experience: August 2018
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Janice W, Gallery Coordinator at APEX Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 14, 2018
While walking from King Center, i suddenly came across this Museum. People who are interested in ancient history during the slavery time; would find it helpful. I didnt liked it. Good part was, the people inside were really helpful, caring and sharing.
While visiting Atlanta, my family and I visited the APEX Museum. We generally visit Atlanta up to three times a year to visit family and friends, but never have we visited the APEX Museum. So glad we made time to visit this place on this...More
We visited the Atlanta area with a church youth group on a civil rights tour through Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. We decided to start at the Apex Museum because of the background information available for African history, origins and history of slavery and of the...More