Atlanta History Center is partnering with The Georgia Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing on Saturday, April 16 for American Sign Language (ASL) Family Day. Guests are invited to enjoy 33 acres of historic houses, gardens, and award-winning exhibitions with the assistance of interpreters from The Georgia Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
Guests can also choose to attend complementary curator-led tours of the Texas locomotive, The Battle of Atlanta cyclorama, and Smith Farm animals. Each tour will include ASL interpretation. Curators will use sound amplification during their presentations and will make written guides available. For kids, be sure to grab a coloring packet to help locate some of the hidden treasures scattered around campus.
Tour of Texas locomotive with Jackson McQuigg, Vice President of Properties, available at 10am
Tour of The Battle of Atlanta cyclorama with Gordon Jones, Senior Military Historian, available at 11am
Tour of Smith Farm animals with Brett Bannor, Manager of Animal Collections available at 12pm
*schedule subject to change leading up to the event
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