The History Museum is divided into several exhibition halls, which show the history of urban development, the Civil War, art, sports and the Indians. There is also a swan house behind, which was originally a private house of a manor owner, with gorgeous decoration. Student tickets are 3.5 dollars cheaper than adult tickets. If there is no ticket checking, the tickets are purchased by self-consciousness.
If you take the bus, you can go to Art Center Station on the Red Line or the Golden Line at Route 110. The scenic spot consists of two parts. One part is about the history of Atlanta, including the Olympic Games, Asian city events, celebrities, the Civil War, and the other part is Swan Castle. The attractions are good and worth visiting. Tickets are $16, plus Margaret Mitchell's former residence ticket.
Atlanta Historic Center is located in the northwest of Atlanta. It can be easily accessed by the metro in the city. It mainly shows the history and culture of Atlanta. There is a theme pavilion about the American Civil War. The exhibition hall is rich in exhibits.
It's a great aquarium. Sharks and whales, as well as strange aquatic organisms, are all there to teach and enjoy.
The Atlanta History Center Museum can get a better understanding of the history of the American Civil War. It is important to know that the battle of Atlanta was a turning point in the history of the American Civil War. Otherwise, the United States may now be the two countries of the North and the South. The Pavilion "Turning Point: The American Civil War" is very educational and worth seeing.