This is not a history museum, so there are not many cultural relics on display that span hundreds of thousands of years. Here is to show the rich history of Atlanta with various living arts and some historical materials and real objects.
If you want to understand the complete history of Atlanta, just come to this historical center. This place is different from the traditional museum where people are separated from the exhibits. The visiting environment here is more friendly.
This place is amazing, there are so many things to see and learn. Be sure to have plenty of time to walk through the swan house, a 19th century working farm, courtyard, exhibits and museum. Visiting the Civil War Museum alone, looking back at that period of history, unknowingly one or two hours passed. Great artifacts and written documents, I really want to go back and spend more time in the Civil War Museum, wearing headphones to listen to the explanation. The exhibition of the Centennial Olympics is also very interesting. It is best to wear comfortable shoes, you will walk a lot. This is a history class suitable for teenagers, but it is not recommended to bring children. It took four hours, but I still haven't read them all, I will definitely come again.
The Atlanta History Center is a very interesting place. The entire history center is quite large. There are many introductions to the history of Atlanta and a good understanding of American history, which is very good.
The historical center of Atlanta is very nice and very informative about the history and culture of Atlanta, especially the historical sense of the European settlers building a new kingdom
The History Museum is divided into several exhibition halls, each showing the history of the city, the Civil War, art, sports, and Indians. There is also a swan house in the back, originally a private house of the manor, with gorgeous decoration. Student tickets are 3.5 dollars cheaper than adult tickets. If there is no ticket check, the ticket purchase is all consciously.
If you take a bus, you can get to the Red Line or Gold Line Arts Center Station and transfer to 110. The scenic spot consists of two parts. One part is an introduction to the history of Atlanta, including the Olympic Games, Asian celebrities, etc., as well as the Civil War, and the other part is Schwanberg. Nice sights and worth a visit. Tickets are $16, plus tickets to Margaret Mitchell’s house.
As a country with little history, Atlanta has absolutely history. The Civil War and folk art museum are worth seeing. The Olympic museum... Much to see, it is just so.