Atlanta History Center is here to support your family’s educational endeavors—in a learning pod, at the kitchen table, and beyond.
Our educator aids and digital tools are designed to spark curiosity, support discussion, and kick start inquiry-based learning. Whether you’re planning to visit Atlanta History Center or diving into resources from home, we’re here to help!
Atlanta History Center offers multi-disciplinary and interactive virtual and on-site tours for students of all ages that are educational and fun.
Atlanta History Center’s Learning Lab uses inquiry-based learning to bring the past to life in new, meaningful ways.
Explore various subjects through engaging hands-on experiences, performances, historical simulations, and a variety of other activities designed for elementary to middle school students and their families.
Designed for our youngest visitors, Toddler Storytime consists of storytelling and activities that encourage movement, songs, games, and a craft related to a unique theme each month.
Related events. Join us.
Homeschool Day: Food HistoryThursday, Apr 20 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Homeschool Day: Not Just the AdultsThursday, May 18 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Funding provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
Opportunities for family fun are endless at Atlanta History Center—in our museum, historic houses, and gardens. Enjoy stretching your legs, having fun, and making memories with your little ones!
Uncover the past in our virtual learning lab, find your voice with Poetry Out Loud, and uncover hidden talents with 4H.
Kenan Research Center
Kenan Research Center preserves extensive primary source holdings for the study of Atlanta.