Celebrate Black Heritage at the APEX Museum in Atlanta, where you can see things from an era gone, and explore items that have transcended through time
The APEX Museum celebrates Black Heritage, knowing that by preserving history, it fuels the future. The exhibits within the museum connect African, African-American diaspora, and Black Atlanta history, offering a fascinating and eye-opening experience
Kids can learn all about African American women in STEM, and how they changed the world with their inventions and discoveries, and explore the untold story of Africa itself
Travel through the timeline to learn the rich history and heritage of the continent, and how the USA was impacted and influenced by the merge in histories and cultures.
Also at the APEX Museum is the Georgia Negro exhibit, with a focus on local state history with regard to the black community, and explore the history of Sweet Auburn - a historic African-American neighborhood in downtown Atlanta
In fact, Sweet Auburn is one of the largest concentrations of African-American businesses in the world.
A culturally important museum in Atlanta, and a great learning experience for all families who visit
From Five Points station ride the #3 Bus going East Bound and get off at Auburn & Courtland in front of the Auburn Avenue Research Library.Get directions
$8 for military and seniors
Grab something to eat in the area before or after your visit - there are SO many places to enjoy delicious food
They offer group rates so why not book your students to visit and learn all about Black history and heritage!
Give them a call if you have questions about the accessibility