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Museum of Design Atlanta

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A Smithsonian-affiliated gallery that has featured shows on artist-designed furniture, Japanese product design, lunch boxes and eco-friendly architecture. MODA is the only museum in the Southeast devoted exclusively to all things design.
Woodruff Arts Center

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Any journey into Atlanta art should begin — but certainly not end — at the Woodruff Arts Center. Look to the Woodruff's High Museum for blockbuster traveling exhibitions, look to the two stages of the Tony-brandishing Alliance Theatre for everything from flashy musicals to pared-down drama, and look to Symphony Hall for a world-class season led by conductor Robert Spano.
The Breman Museum

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Extensive documents and profiles record Atlanta's Jewish history, making the museum the largest of its kind in the Southeast. Particularly notable for special exhibits that emphasize the value of tolerance and diversity.
College Football Hall of Fame

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Gridiron devotees can explore the new Downtown hall's exhibits filled with historic memorabilia, learn about their alma mater’s football legacy, and throw the pigskin on an indoor football field at the College Football Hall of Fame. The three-story museum, which has relocated from South Bend, Ind., to Marietta Street, will pay tribute to more than 1,000 inductees with etched glass panels and interactive video displays featuring acrobatic highlights. It's expected to be mecca for college football fans.
Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum

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Housed in Delta's two 1940s aircraft hangers. Includes Ship 41, the first Douglas DC-3 to carry Delta passengers in 1940; the Spirit of Delta, Delta's first Boeing 767; and a replica of the first Delta station in Monroe, La., in 1929.

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An educational-ish play zone where children (ages 2-8) frolic among corporate sponsor logos. Features an interactive activity zone and experiential art training ground. Free-$11.
The King Center

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The crypt for King and his wife, Coretta Scott King, is located outside in the stately plaza, but there’s not much else to see here.
Margaret Mitchell House

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The house where much of Gone with the Wind was written beckons to tourists and native Atlantans alike who want to understand more about the author of the most popular novel of all time. The house also plays an important part in keeping Atlanta's literary scene alive through regular events with local and national authors. Tours available every half hour.

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The Millennium Gate is a classically-styled monumental arch located inside Atlantic Station in Midtown Atlanta, historically called "The Gate City." The Gate houses a 12,000-square-foot museum that narrates Georgia's and Atlanta's history through interactive technology, as well as film, period rooms, and exhibitions.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

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Atlanta’s newest museum near the World of Coca-Cola is designed to pay tribute to men and women who have fought for equality and justice throughout the world. The Downtown attraction notably exhibits Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic collection of personal papers and artifacts. In addition, it also features interactive exhibits on the stories behind civil rights heroes and focus on current human rights issues from around the world.
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