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The Millennium Gate Museum is a triumphal arch in Atlantic Station which houses the states most comprehensive Georgia history museum. The 12,000 square foot Millennium Gate Museum narrates Georgia's and Atlanta's history with historical artifacts...more
Our group visited here on Thursday and had an excellent visit. Our tour guide was knowledgeable, friendly, and answered all questions. Other persons we encountered who were associated with the museum were also very welcoming and friendly. The history lesson was informative and the flow...More
Welcome to the Museum of the Illuminati! (lol). Ancient papyrus bible pages blessed by the Pope? Check! Crusted old Masonry Order sword? Check! Ephemera from Atlanta's rich and famous? Check! Strangely intriguing virtual reality tour of Winston Churchill's paintings? Check! Random statue of Zeus? Check!...More
$12. Free parking on side streets. Very nice staff member greeted me and gave me a quick overview (although entrance was notably dark and empty when I left at 3pm and museum open till 5pm). 3 small galleries and one even smaller "special exhibition" room....More
Stop in for a history of Atlanta and Georgia. Not a big place but it is very interesting in the range of displays. I sat and watched a history of Pinpoint Georgia which was a fantastic overview of a Black part of rural Georgia.
First of all, on a Tuesday at 10:45 am, we arrived and found a message on the door to call a number to have someone come down and open the door. We were glad it was a fairly warm day as this took several minutes....More
I had a fantastic time walking through history on the first level of this amazing structure. The collections are beautiful, and the staff is very nice and knowledgeable. I recommend a tour with Richard, or the president of the museum, Rodney Cook, if you can...More
Worth a visit if you are in the area, but it did not hold my interest. That's possibly my fault, but the exhibits didn't seem to be connected in any particular order. The documentary about Pin Point, GA was very good but it is placed...More
The Millennium gate museum is one-of-a-kind. The history of Georgia presented here is exceptional. Our tour guide, Richard was with us for three hours. We bought our tickets on Groupon for six dollars apiece and got a lot more than we paid for. It is...More
The freestanding Roman arch is a tradition that dates back at least to the Emperor Titus (AD 79-81), and includes monuments to Constantine, Napoleon, Wellington, Washington, and Kim Il Sung. The Atlanta one is not to a particular person, nor to a military victory, but...More
A unique take on a Classic Arc. All of the great cities have one, why not Atlanta?
A beautiful oasis in a city on the move.
Worth more than a qwik look. take some time and wander inside and out.