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World of Coca-Cola
#1 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
When my friend in Poland of fairly classical taste for museums and art recommended seeing World of Coca-Cola when in Atlanta I was intrigued, still sceptical.
I visited this museaum on a short trip to Atlanta and really enjoyed and recommend this museum to all ages- it delved into the history of an iconic company from its foundation, culminating in an excellent tasting...
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Center for Civil and Human Rights
#2 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
It is one of the nation's most informative and relevant contemporary museums, The stories of history, violence, commitment, love and hate, amends and frustration taught by the exhibits are rich and plentiful.
I enjoy walking the halls of the museum and learning about how events during the civil rights movement revolutionized American history and my favorite part is the writings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
#3 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
We are avid travelers to National Parks, so we enjoy history & politics museums, but this was our first trip to a Presidential Library, and we were thoroughly impressed.
We have enjoyed going to other presidential museums (Gerald Ford, Harry Truman).
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Michael C. Carlos Museum
#4 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
Great artefacts and one of the few museums in Atlanta.
In the middle of Emory tucked away among the academic buildings on the quadrangle is a marvelous little museum filled with antiquities and a full schedule of exhibitions and events.
Atlanta History Center
#5 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
Among the historic house museums are the Tullie Smith House, an antebellum farmhouse that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Wood Family Cabin, a log structure which is used to interpre...
This was well laid out and had great museums divided into different areas of interest.
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Center for Puppetry Arts
#6 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
We enjoyed seeing the museums as well and learning more about the art of puppetry.
I love museums in general, but only a few exhibitions make me want to go through a second time.
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Carter Center
#7 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
I have been to many of the presidential museums and this one is a real gem.
Regardless of your politics, you should visit every one of the 13 libraries/museums that our now open.
College Football Hall of Fame
#8 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This is one of the best designed museums I have ever visited.
My husband and I LOVED learning about all of the traditions, superstitions, etc... of each time and felt a sense of pride after reading all the great things accomplished by the men inducted into this museum.
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High Museum of Art
#9 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
We spent all our time in the contemporary wing where there were some great pieces (my kids like to pose with art, it’s a thing we do that makes all art museums a bit more kid friendly and interactive) and then dis...
Museum of diverse array of art treasures comparative to other great museums in large cities, including Chicago and Cleveland.
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Delta Flight Museum
#10 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
Having spent time in museums where I could gawk at the exterior of planes (Smithsonian), walk through quickly and see the interior behind plastic and ropes (Museum of Flight in Seattle) and was given a short guide...
This museum reminded me of the great museums I had been to in LA and New York.
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
#11 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
The admission is free and they are open on Mondays when mist museums are closed.
But the museum is so nifty!! Several interactive things like lifting a gold bar, a game that teaches you about interest rates, movies that teach you about the federal reserve banks and what they do and where they...
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Fernbank Science Center
#12 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
I would highly recommend any visitor to take the time to plan a visit to Fernbank to take in one of the celestial shows and also view the museum.
The museum portion is free and has many displays and interactive items for the kids to engage with.
Margaret Mitchell House
#13 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
... and enjoyable - Ardi was our guide and she was great - You then do a self guided tour thru the rest of the museum - It is a really nice step back in time - Gift shop had a nice variety and reasonable prices.
If you pay the full fee, which is only several dollars more, you can see the Swan House and tour the gardens across town at the Atlanta History Museum.
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Bodies The Exhibition
#14 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This museum is so fascinating & educational !!! Gift shop very small but that’s not why I visit museums so it didn’t matter !!
After a solid 3 hour visit , I have promised several return trips and am only disappointed that they do not offer annual visit discount packages like zoos, science centers or other museum type facilities.
Fernbank
#15 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
Natural history museums are my favorite type of museums to visit and I work/studied/know art and design for a living.
I have been to this museum probably once a year for the past 25 years and it is continually evolving into one of the country's great museums.
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David J. Sencer CDC Museum
#16 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This space showcases two of my favorite places two be at CDC; the David Sencer Museum and the Emergency Operation Center.
A very informative museum on both past and present public health topics and information in the US and globally.
Children's Museum of Atlanta
#17 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
We've been to a long list of Children's Museums all over the U.S., and this one is in my top 3! Lots of interactive areas to play and explore.
I’ve been to many Children’s Museums, and this one is truly a gem.
The Breman Museum
#18 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
The Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum has become one of my favorite museums that I have visited.
I wish that other metropolitan areas had similar museums.
Scad Fash
#19 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
A must visit when you are in Atlanta-most of the property is free to visit and the museum is only $10 which is awesome for an fashion museums.
State-of-the-art museum about film and fashion comes with guided tour (if you visit on low time and someone is available) and stories about every dress.
Wren's Nest
#20 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
After Harris' death, Andrew Carnegie donated $5,000 toward establishing the house as a museum.
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Chick-fil-A Backstage Tour
#21 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
You will see their car collection, a small museum, Truett Cathy’s office, a mock up of the original Chick Fil A, and a host of stories about the Cathy’s, their business model, and interactions with the community.
From there, we went into a Chick-Fil-A mini-museum, complete with an old-style diner counter, the original chairs from Chick-Fil-A and other fun stuff.
APEX Museum
#22 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
... 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.
The Apex museum takes you back years and centuries, by explaining the origins of African American.
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The Patch Works Art & History Center
#23 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
THIS is how GREAT museums begin.
Through artifacts relating to the Fulton Cotton Mill, Cabbagetown's development, and the community that grew around it, the museum helps preserve, share, and interpret these grand narratives for the next generation.
Museum of Design Atlanta
#24 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This one-floor, one-exhibit museum is an underrated gem.
MODA is so different from your standard art museum fare.
Interact Art Museum
#25 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking
#26 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
I admit I’m a huge fan of the smaller specialty museums.
We stumbled on this museum on the Georgia Tech campus dedicated to the history and technology of papermaking and thought it was worth a quick visit.
Millennium Gate Museum
#27 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
I recommend a tour with Richard, or the president of the museum, Rodney Cook, if you can book him!
If you are a fan of Atlanta history, you will absolutely love this tiny but quite interesting museum.
Trap Music Museum
#28 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
I love rap music and the museum didn't disappoint!
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art
#29 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This is one of my favorite museums in Atlanta.
It's worth the visit and if you have questions about the art, the museum staff is very knowledgable and helpful.
Fire Station No. 6
#30 of 55 Museums in Atlanta
This is a pretty cool component of the MLK Museum which mixes a lot of history of the AFD, MLK, and general Atlanta history as well.