The Atlanta History Center is one of the most alluring attractions in the city. There are countless things to do here, from leisurely strolling the many gardens to exploring one of the most significant history museums in Atlanta or anywhere in the South. And the Atlanta History Museum is only one of the attractions at the entire Atlanta History Center. This 33-acre plot has become so famous that many couples now seek Atlanta History Center weddings.
The Atlanta History Museum portion of the complex is one of the largest in the American southeast and features a wide variety of artifacts, art, and items from periods ranging from the American Civil War to the present. Check out southern folk art, Civil War uniforms and artillery, and much more. The Swan House and Tullie Smith Farm are two more popular attractions at the Atlanta History Center, as are the Centennial Olympic Games Museum and the Kenan Research Center.
For those just interested in Atlanta History Center weddings, there are a few things you will need to get in order. There are wedding planners who are designated to help couples make the planning as easy as possible so you should contact the appropriate people plenty in advance of beginning to make your plans.
An all-inclusive general admission ticket gets you into all of the attractions at this center and museum. Rates are modest and members and children under four get in for free. The operating hours for the Atlanta History Museum are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Whether you are planning Atlanta History Center weddings or just a visit to the lush gardens, you are sure to have a memorable experience on this 33-acre plot in the heart of Buckhead.