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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.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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Fax: 404-523-3248

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Regular Hours
Tue - Sat:
Categories
Museums, Historical Places, Places Of Interest, Tourist Information & Attractions
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Neighborhoods
Downtown Atlanta, Georgia State University
Amenities
Exhibits: * The Untold Story- Experience the rich history of people of African descent dating back 8500 years. * Sweet Auburn: Street of Pride Experience the early american thoroughfare, and segregation that created "A Grand Lady" of an avenue. * The Trolley Theater - Experience history while seated on a replica of the trolley which ran up and down Historic Auburn Avenue
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The APEX MUSEUM

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