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Multi-Day Events

Atlanta, Georgia
History
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The Arts for All Gallery displays artwork by artists who are disabled, disadvantaged or institutionalized.
Atlanta, Georgia
Botanical Garden
Collections include Herb, Rose, Japenese, Carnivorous,Bog, Children's Garden, and Fuqua Conservotory housing tropical and desert plants. Research, tours and special events offered.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Culture, Specialized
Founded in 1973 as Nexus, a grassroots artist’s cooperative, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (ACAC) has become one of the southeast’s leading contemporary art centers.
Atlanta, Georgia
Arboretum, Archaeology, Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park, Science
The Atlanta History Museum at the Atlanta History Center is one of the largest history museums in the nation, featuring award-winning signature exhibitions that tell the story of the region's people, from its earliest settlers to the international city of today. Be sure to check our calendar for listings of our current temporary exhibitions.
Atlanta, Georgia
Marietta, Georgia
Art, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Specialized
The Aviation Wing of the Marietta Museum of History is presently comprised of a 15.5 acre park. The park features various civilian and military aircraft from the latter half of the twentieth century in addition to aircraft produced locally in Marietta. Aviation in Marietta begins with Bell Aircraft in the early 1940s and continued to grow with Lockheed Martin from the 1950s to present.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
Atlanta, Georgia
Specialized
The Global Health Odyssey Museum (GHO) is an educational facility designed to teach about CDC, public health, and the benefits of prevention. Located in Building 2 in the former CDC cafeteria, the original Global Health Odyssey presented permanent exhibitions about the history and work of CDC through dioramas, an interactive timeline, and displays of artifacts and objects.
Atlanta, Georgia
Specialized
The museum displays 350 puppets from around the world. Adults and children will enjoy discovering the myriad uses of puppetry, from rituals to political satire and as a unique form of theater.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The City Gallery at Chastain has solo and thematic group exhibitions with an experimental approach to contemporary art; educational programs and publications.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
City Gallery East, a rogram of the Bureau of Cultural Affairs is located on the first floor of the City Hall East building. The gallery presents 5 exhibitions per year featuring local, regional, national, and international contemporary artists.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The Permanent Collection:From Rearguard to Vanguard: Selections from the Clark Atlanta University Collection of African American Art. It houses illustrious "Art Of the Negro" murals by Hale Woodruff, the Galleries display works by many artists.
Marietta, Georgia
Historical Society
Decatur, Georgia
Decatur, Georgia
Historical Society
The Jim Cherry Museum is operated by DHS is a three room local history musuem located in an 1898 courthouse, featuring 100 years of Dekalb's history.
Dunwoody, Georgia
The Dunwoody Nature Center is a nonprofit organization established to develop, improve, and preserve Dunwoody Park as a natural classroom for environmental education. The park is open sun-up to sundown, seven days a week, free of charge.
Atlanta, Georgia
Natural History
Fernbank Museum of Natural History is the largest facility of its kind in the Southeast, thrusting visitors into a world of dinosaurs, artifacts, science interactives, shells, wildlife, and IMAX films. Learn about the earth's history, physical universe.
Atlanta, Georgia
Atlanta, Georgia
Created in1918,the Georgia Dept of Archives and History collects, manages, and preserves Georgia's historical records; administers programs to promote the efficient management of state and local government records and information; and operates specialize
Atlanta, Georgia
Park
The Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites Department manages the 64 state parks and historic sites most of which are open from Tuesday through Saturday from 9-5 and Sunday 2-5:30.
Atlanta, Georgia
The Mansion features Federal Period Furnishings from 1780-1840. The furnishings are mostly American museum quality pieces.
Atlanta, Georgia
Georgia's only independent African American museum of fine arts. Exhibits feature a permanent collection with works by Romare Bearden, Robert S. Duncanson and William Traylor and contemporary works by Lois Jones and Louis Delsarte.
Atlanta, Georgia
The Herndon Home, a Beaux Arts Classical mansion was built in 1910 for family of Alonzo Herndon. Mr. Herndon born a slave was the founder of the Atlanta Life Insurance Company.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The High Museum is a leading Southeast visual art museum featuring American, European, African, decorative, folk, modern and contemporary art and photography.
Atlanta, Georgia
Children's, General, History, Specialized
Historic Oakland Foundation (HOF), a non-profit organization, was established in 1976 and is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and interpretation of Oakland. The Foundation works specifically to increase the awareness of Oakland as an historical attraction of estimable value to the city.
Atlanta, Georgia
Children's
The mission of Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta is to create environments and activities where young children experience the power of imagination and the pure delight of learning with each other and with grown-ups.
Atlanta, Georgia
Anthropology, Art, Culture
The International Islamic Museum of America (IIMA) is dedicated to educating the public about Islam, as we believe it is simpler to embrace differences when you better understand them.
Atlanta, Georgia
Historical Society, Specialized
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum traces the life and career of the 39th President. Completely redesigned in 2009, the museum is state-of-the-art with interactive displays and videos. The whole family will enjoy this all new museum.
Atlanta, Georgia
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Operated by the Atlanta History Center, the Margaret Mitchell House features guided tours of the apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With the Wind, a Gone With the Wind movie exhibition, an exhibition showcasing the life and times of one of America’s most famous authors, and the Margaret Mitchell gift shop.
Marietta, Georgia
Art, Children's, General, History, Library
The Marietta Museum of History seeks to explore, interpret and educate its visitors on the history of Marietta and Cobb County. There are currently three galleries and the beginnings of a fourth gallery to incorporate our large military collection. We strive to provide thoughtful permanent and temporary exhibits that explore the history of the area.
Marietta, Georgia
Art
The mission of the Museum (built in 1909) is to provide exposure to the visual arts, with primary emphasis on collecting, preserving, and presenting American works through curated exhibitions, outreach programs, and social activities.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The historic site was established to preserve and interpret the birth place, church, community, and tomb of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, University
The collections of the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University span the globe and the centuries. Housed in a distinguished building by renowned architect Michael Graves, the Carlos maintains the largest collection of ancient art in the Southeast with objects from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, and the ancient Americas.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized, University
The Oglethorpe University Museum is a fine art museum committed to the exhibition of figurative/realistic art that is often international, spiritual, and/or mystical in nature.
Atlanta, Georgia
History
The twelve rooms, twelve series exhibition journey takes you through one hundred and eight paintings, representing some of the most powerful works of art ever assembled under one roof.
Atlanta, Georgia
Library
Georgia State University has research collections and exhibits documenting Southern labor, American popular music, twentieth century Atlanta and Georgia politics and women.
Atlanta, Georgia
Historic House
Built in 1904 for Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for generations and is now a house museum, social and corporate event venue, and home to the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Rhodes Hall is one of the finest examples of Romanesque Revival style architecture in Georgia, and is listed on the National Register.
Atlanta, Georgia
History
Museum traces history, art, science of techology of papermaking from 200 BC to present. Rarest collection of paper and paper tools in the world and a large historical book collection. Workshops available. The museum has produced 3 traveling exhibits.
Marietta, Georgia
History
The Root House museum depicts the small town life of an 1850's middle-class merchant and his family.
Atlanta, Georgia
History
The Salvation Army Southern Historical Center is a museum, research library, and archives presenting the history of The Salvation Army in the South.
Sandy Springs, Georgia
History
The 1869 Williams-Payne House displays 600 museum artifacts, photographs, books, oral history interviews, transcriptions, maps and manuscripts.
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
The school is located on GA State Univ campus in downtown Atlanta. Student, faculty, and visiting artists lectures and exhibitions
Smyrna, Georgia
Historical Society
Atlanta, Georgia
Art
Atlanta, Georgia
History
Atlanta, Georgia
History
Atlanta, Georgia
Art, Children's
YAC Gallery is devoted to showcasing the creativity of youth in the visual, perform, musical, media and literary art.