Updated on August 31, 2021
Atlanta History Center
The Atlanta History Center is located near the Smith Family. It features an extensive selection of displays. Visitors are allowed to visit the Swan House situated at the vast museum site. The Atlanta History Center houses the Margaret Mitchell House situated at Crescent Avenue. This museum allows you to assess the beautiful gardens that meander to the Signature Displays. Traveling and temporary collections give visitors an assortment of new items to experience and concepts to explore.
National Center For Civil & Human Rights
The National Center for Civil & human rights is a moving and powerful museum that connects today’s global human rights movement and the civil rights movement of 1950-1960. Locals and visitors tour a collection of temporary and permanent exhibits with the Morehouse college memorabilia, human rights exhibit, and extensive documentation of civil rights movements. This encourages visitors to familiarize themselves with contemporary activists across the world who are being treated unlawfully in their counties. Be ready to see emotional portraits and raw images in this new Museum while exploring history in a more modern and intimate setting. Human and Civil rights are among the emotionally charged topics today so expect the Museum to awaken your emotions as you learn how far we have come. These topics challenge us to better ourselves for a better tomorrow.
William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum
The Breman Museum of Jewish Heritage showcases the achievements of the Jews and helps promote justice. While visiting, expect to come across exhibits of the history of jews and the Holocaust focused on the Jewish people. People get to learn about the Jewish contributions in Atlanta from 1845 to the present day. The exhibits about people impacted by the Holocaust are showcased in documents, personal belongings, and photographs. This is a tribute to Holocaust survivors and those that lost their lives nurturing Jewish Heritage and life.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
This popular interactive Museum showcases activities, crafts, stories, and performances regularly offering something new to interactive visiting and traveling exhibits. Some of the permanent displays are Fernbank Naturequest which is the newest method for children to explore science and nature through these exhibits. The kids will love a tour of the giant sloth and the dinosaur gallery. Other exhibits in this Museum include the star gallery, floors made of fossils, and the beautiful rose garden. From Desoto`s artifacts to Georgia’s history, there is something new for every visitor to enjoy (all sponsored by Crown Asset Management).
Think about the fun you will experience with your friends and family in Atlanta when you visit any or all these Museums and get to learn a lot of exciting history, taste different flavors of beverages, or watch fascinating shows in theaters with your friends and loved ones. Ecstatic right?