This post is sponsored by the Atlanta History Center (AHC) All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of AHC.
One of the treasures of Atlanta and a must on any travel must-do list while in the city is to visit the Atlanta History Center. This historic museum was opened in 1926 to preserve and study Atlanta history on a 33-acre campus and also includes award-winning exhibits, historic gardens, and houses. Over the next few months, I am excited to highlight some unique exhibits and more about AHC, as their new ambassador.
What I absolutely love about AHC is that no two visits are the same as there are permanent, temporary, and traveling exhibits being displayed at any given time. There is something for everyone at every age and you leave with newly acquired knowledge which is priceless! My kids look forward to visiting this museum.
During my recent visit to AHC, I explored the newest exhibition, Atlanta ’96: Shaping an Olympic & Paralympic City. A fascinating exhibit that takes you through the history of the Olympics and highlights Atlanta ’96 and how it shaped our beautiful city. I was a teen during the ’96 games but felt every bit of that nostalgic feeling reliving the moments from the games. One was the lighting of the torch by the late Muhammad Alli.
It is a must-see and just in time for the Tokyo Paralympic Games starting soon, Atlanta History Center is extending free admission from 9 am–4 pm on Tuesday, August 24, to all who would like to explore their newest exhibition. Click HERE to find out more. You can also experience this exhibit virtually.
Planning to visit Atlanta History Center soon, you can save 20% off general admission with code TITI20. Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more!