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APEX Museum

135 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30303-2567
+1 404-523-2739
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The Center for Civil and Human Rights and Apex Museum Combo Tour
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The Atlanta Apex Museum is entirely devoted to African-American history in order to promote cultural awareness and the societal contributions by African-Americans in Georgia. From one of Atlanta's first Black owned business to pioneer stories to local historical information to baseball to videos at the Trolley Theater, the Apex Museum is full of artifacts, photographs, children's shows, presentations and more – all related to African-American culture, both past and present.
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  • Average22%
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135 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30303-2567
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Reviewed 24 April 2017

Ideally located on historic Auburn Avenue in downtown ATL. Easy parking right next door and a minimal entrance fee of less than $10 (4.75 for seniors). First I want to suggest that visitors get past the fact that the museum is dated and not high...More

2  Thank jubileegoddess
Reviewed 1 February 2017

The Apex museum is a great educational stop in Atlanta. I was milling around on foot and when I saw this stop, I had to go inside. I was greeted warmly by the curator and a small $7 fee sent me on my way. While...More

Thank roxf2015
Reviewed 16 September 2016

I was in town for a conference at the Hilton and spotted this place during a walk near GSU. I read more about it online and was interested in learning more about the history of Atlanta and of African-Americans in the South. The owner was...More

Thank weatherdancer
Reviewed 8 September 2016

This museum had so much information.I am glad we stopped by. So much history. as a londoner born and raised in southern parts of Africa, slave trade never reached there. For me it was very very educational. I mean if you are in Atlanta you...More

Thank taps901
Reviewed 29 May 2016

A good experience with a nice stuff. Don't miss it! Not the typical mainstream high tech museum but the effort and love those people but inside is amazing. It gives an informative view about the slavery in Atlanta and the efforts to overcome this cruel...More

Thank Frank B
Reviewed 4 April 2016

I had a fabulous visit at the APEX Museum in the downtown area just west of 75. This museum tells the story of how Atlanta became the mecca for African American culture and business in the south. There is two 15 minute films to watch...More

Thank Dennis P
Reviewed 2 April 2016

I have visited this place a few time and i just find it so tranquil. This place is great if you are a true art buff and just want a quick day adventure. I recommend going more than once because you miss alot of great...More

Thank Salathiel
Reviewed 4 January 2016 via mobile

This is a great place to visit while in Atlanta. Rich with African decent history. From slavery to today's accomplishments. I didn't take any pictures but will the next time I visit

1  Thank Tajuanya
Reviewed 30 October 2015

I had no idea of so many creations from our black brothers and sisters, this is a must see for all black americans!!

Thank Barbara J
Reviewed 3 August 2015 via mobile

I must say it was a bit to take in,however it's worth the visit. Very uplifting .just take some time and go.

Thank penne W
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