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Located on the second floor of the Kennesaw House, the Marietta Museum of History is one of Marietta's hidden treasures. The three galleries in the museum are overflowing with a wide variety of art...

Housed in the 1909 Post Office, The Marietta/Cobb County Museum of Art features traveling show of great renown, which changes about every three months, plus its own substantial art collection. Some...

Thousands of people visit Georgia's State Capitol each month to view its history, as well as to participate in the many special events taking place throughout the year.   The Capitol grounds, enclo...

Owned and funded by the DeKalb County School System, this museum/planetarium/observatory, located adjacent to the 65-acre Fernbank Forest, is an educational partner of the Fernbank Museum of Natural H...

The museum's mission statement is too accurately interpret and present history from an African American perspective in order to help all American and International visitors better understand and appre...

Opened in October of 1958, the Southeastern Railway Museum's mission is the development and preservation of a museum of historic railway equipment. From it's humble beginnings in Lakewood Park, the...

The Museum's commitment of academic excellence is reflected in the lectures, symposia, and gallery talks presented by the Office of Educational Programs. The Museum draws on the rich resources of t...

The High Museum of Art is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States. The Museum has two locations: the Meier-designed main facility is in Atlanta's Midtown arts and business district, a...

The Woodruff Arts Center is dedicated to excellence in the performing and visual arts. As home of the Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 14th Street Play...

This museum features local Jewish history (1845-present), Holocaust information, hands-on activities, and a genealogy center. There are four permanent exhibits that present diverse focuses on the J...

This museum, which opened on December 15, 1999 - the 60th anniversary of the movie premiere in Atlanta - illuminates the making of the movie, the premiere and legacy with memorabilia from the Herb Bri...

This museum, which opened on December 15, 1999 - the 60th anniversary of the movie premiere in Atlanta - illuminates the making of the movie, the premiere and legacy with memorabilia from the Herb Bri...

Called "Atlanta's Home to Dinosaurs," this museum houses the mounted skeleton of the biggest dinosaur discovered. It reveals both the history of the Earth and the evidences of prehistoric events that ...

Located at the Eastlake Shopping Center, that is, two miles east of the Big Chicken, this entertaining museum teaches children about life.   They provide a hands-on, interactive environment where c...

The Children's Arts Museum is the latest addition to the Guinnett County's Hudgens Center for the Arts.   The purpose of this museum is to acquaint children with visual, performing and literary art...

The Telephone Museum uses interesting and nostalgic exhibits, photographs, tapes, and slides to commemorate the first century of telecommunications in the United States. Switchboards, a typical cir...

The Cyclorama is home of the world's largest painting "The Battle of Atlanta" and home of the historic Civil War locomotive "TEXAS" (hero of the "Great Train Race"). Through spectacular music, art ...

Revisit the Civil War, discover Southern folk arts, and meet golf legend Bobby Jones in the award-winning Atlanta History Museum. Explore the 1928 Swan House mansion, the pre-Civil War Tullie Smith...

The mission of the Weinman Mineral Museum is to educate & inspire a diverse audience of students, enthusiasts and visitors about geology with an emphasis on Georgia, by providing unique experiences th...

IMAGINE a place where children and grown-ups can learn and play together. IMAGINE a place where you can explore a forest, stream, garden and cave...even on a rainy day! IMAGINE a place to paint...

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