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Spread across 33 acres of pristine land, the Atlanta History Center is home to the Atlanta History Museum (one of the largest history museums in the nation), Centennial Olympic Games Museum, Smith Family Farm, Swan House, the Kenan Research Center, and six historic gardens.
Designed to honor and preserve the legacy of Gone with the Wind author, Margaret Mitchell, the Margaret Mitchell House is also part of the center, however is located off-site at the Midtown campus.
Puppet performances held at the center include the Family Series, a collection of adapted classic stories performed in a variety puppetry styles; the New Directions Series, which features teen and adult-oriented shows by local and visiting companies; and the Film Series, productions related to puppetry.
The Center also offers a variety of classes and workshops for adults and children alike, such as ‘Create-A-Puppet’ workshops’, where children are taught how to build and make their own puppets.
Restaurant owners Emily Saliers (of the Grammy winning Indigo Girls) and Ross Jones designed a beautiful space that blends Southern tradition with contemporary style.
The eatery serves seasonal dishes prepared with locally-sourced ingredients.
Guests are also invited to attend special events such as wine tasting evenings, ‘Sunday Jazz Brunch’, ‘Fried Chicken Wednesdays.’ The spacious and light restaurant interior extends out to an open-air patio.
If you are looking for unique date ideas in Atlanta, this is a great place to visit.
Families with kids can have fun at the zoo, build and play at Legoland Discovery Center, and explore the children’s museum.
Our list of best things to do in Atlanta, GA also includes several tours and restaurants, including Italian, great lunch spots, 24 hour restaurants, burgers and seafood.
The Atlanta History Center is open seven days a week, with free parking and easy access from the I-75, and offers comprehensive tour packages for groups.
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