What are some of the top museums in Atlanta?

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Take a look at three of the most popular learning spots for children and parents in Atlanta.

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum
Located at 800 Cherokee Avenue SE # C, the Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum gives you the chance to take a trip back to the Battle of Atlanta, fought on July 22, 1864. The civil war museum illustrates the struggle with a 14-minute film showing the events leading up to the battle, Civil War artifacts and a 30-foot deep diorama. Additionally, you can check out the world's largest oil painting - the Cyclorama of the Battle of Atlanta.

A visit to this museum offers fun for the whole family. You can celebrate history by taking educational tours that are conducted every hour on the half-hour from Tuesday through Saturday between 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., or visit the Cyclorama - a vivid retelling of the historic battle - to experience history live.

Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta
Those searching for a fun place to play should look no further than Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta, located at 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive. Kids and parents alike can enrich their lives with family-friendly exhibits that promote growth and learning.

Year-round attractions include Crawl Space, Leaping into Learning and Let Your Creativity Flow, and each presents different challenges that allow children and adults to work together toward common goals. This venue's Morph Gallery is ever changing, so you'll be able to find new exhibits that promote enjoyable learning at various times throughout the year.

Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
Spend $8 or less while learning about the presidency of Jimmy Carter at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum at 441 Freedom Parkway. This venue features memorabilia from the Carter administration, including an exact replica of the 39th President of the United States' oval office and gifts the Carters received between 1976 and 1981. Special events are occasionally held at the museum to give visitors a chance to meet a wide selection of authors.

This museum serves as a permanent exhibit to the life and events that happened during Carter's life. Celebrate Carter's accomplishment by examining interpretive texts and photographs that showcase his personal and political life.