Art museums provide a venue for critics who don't want to pay the nightly rate to see the landscape paintings at the Radisson. Get your art fix sans mini bar with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for two full-day adult admissions, redeemable Tuesday–Wednesday (up to a $39 value)
- $39 for four full-day adult admissions, redeemable Tuesday–Wednesday (up to a $78 value)
Besides its vast permanent collection, the museum hosts temporary exhibitions such as Girl with a Pearl Earring: Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis (through September 29), which marks the first time Johannes Vermeer's masterful painting will be exhibited in the southeast.
High Museum of Art Atlanta
As the leading art museums in the southeastern U.S., the High Museum of Art boasts a vast permanent collection of over 14,000 rotating pieces from cultures around the globe, housed within architecturally stunning buildings designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Meier. The Museum’s permanent collection includes nineteenth- and twentieth-century American art as well as European paintings and decorative pieces; a growing collection of African American art, and burgeoning collections of modern and contemporary art, photography, folk art, and African art. The High Museum is also dedicated to supporting and collecting works by southern artists.
Whether you are looking for classics, modern, sculpture, or furniture the High Museum has you covered. I always have a good timeCharlie B., Yelp, 7/7/13
99% of 614 customers recommend
“Wear your walking shoes...if you do wear heels the floors are all hardwood.”
“Wonderful museum. Can't wait for an opportunity to return.”
“This is a huge museum with many great pieces on display. There are three buildings We only had time to go through the main building. There are several very moving...”
“This is a huge museum with many great pieces on display. There are three buildings We only had time to go through the main building. There are several very moving exhibits. The Gordon Parks exhibit about racism in the 1950's is a must see. They have a large exhibit of furniture dating back hundreds of years as well as modern pireces. I would definitely come back when we have time to go through all three buildings. ”
1280 Peachtree Street Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30309