We embrace our role as a community resource and connector; therefore, we provide evidence-based history from multiple perspectives. We prioritize our commitment to sharing the contributions of all our region’s residents. We create an environment of mutual respect and civility so that we may provide a safe and inclusive experience for all.
Our visitors are an important part of our mission to model relationships of mutual respect.
In order to do so, you agree to refrain from the following:
- Any distracting or unsafe behavior that interferes with other visitors, staff, or volunteers
- Any historical costumes and/or period attire (unless approved by AHC in advance)
- Any violation of museum procedures or policies, including staff requests
- Any acts or conduct in violation of federal, state, or local laws, ordinances, or regulation
Atlanta History Center does not allow threatening, insulting or harassing behavior, or abusive language. This includes behavior and/or speech based on, but not limited to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability, age, citizenship status, ethnicity, veteran status, gender expression, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
By visiting AHC and/or an AHC event, you accept our Rules of Civility. You are further acknowledging that AHC reserves the right to deny or revoke access to any person who AHC believes is violating our Rules of Civility. Noncompliance may result in your being required to leave and being denied access to AHC in the future.
Policies and procedures to help us reduce contact, maintain social distancing, and keep our facilities clean during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Atlanta Historical Society was founded in 1926 to preserve and study Atlanta history.
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