Attended on a Sunday in July, hot, of course, paid $16 each. Almost all of the 6 minute films throughout were not working. Can you imagine the exhibit tracing Atlanta's history from rural to modern times skipped the Civil War because the film for that era didn't work? Button to show video about MLKing didn't work either. House tours were timed, but were not memorable either. Rural setting had huge Atlanta buildings as backdrop. Cafe closed because it was Chick Filet, no other place for food or drink but vending machine. Don't waste your time going to the houses if you can get on one of the inside tours of the Civil War exhibit. The tour guide Sunday was EXCELLENT. The Folk Arts exhibit was worth your time, too. Olympic exhibit was very dated.