High Museum of Art
Like most families with young children, finding educational, interesting and affordable entertainment is never easy. Atlanta’s eclectic and cultured history makes it possible for families to enjoy museums. Each museum has its own theme and family-fun experience. To maximize your visits, have a family vote on what each of you wants to experience and get there. None of these museums will disappoint.
Atlanta is the capital of the South, and naturally it has a wealth of museums of all types worth visiting. You can’t consider yourself a true cultured Southerner unless you have visited at least these five museums.
Finding the best museum tour for your group is a matter of taste and needs. These museum tours come in a variety of fashions; some appeal to adults, others cater to families, while others focus mainly on trying to hold a child’s attention.
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These upcoming art exhibitions will showcase the best Atlanta has to offer. Both famous works from around the world and new works by local artists will be on display.
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If you’ve made it past the obligatory first date cocktails, you need to step it up a little for a fun date experience. Consider popping into one of Atlanta’s museums, many of which have parties and happy hours throughout the year.
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Atlanta hosts many impressive murals and entertains an engaged community of mural patrons.