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- $14 for museum admission for two ($24 value)
- $28 for museum admission for four ($48 value)
The museum’s current exhibition focuses on Georgia history. Focusing on the creation of the Colony of Georgia, the gallery contains documents and artifacts from Native Indian, Spanish, British Colonial, and American Revolutionary periods. Additional galleries feature photos and artifacts from some of Atlanta’s earliest and most influential families.
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About The Millennium Gate Museum
Housed inside a 100-foot-tall monumental arch, The Millennium Gate Museum is a dramatic reminder of Atlanta's oft-forgotten nickname, "The Gate City." Planted in the midst of bustling Atlantic Station in Midtown, the museum offers visitors a chance to slow down and be reminded of the rich history of their fair city. Through displays of artifacts and artwork, its exhibits preserve Atlanta's cultural heritage and broadcast its significance to the rest of the world.
- The Building: Rodney Mims Cook Jr., a champion of classical architecture, designed The Gate—as the arch is known—to mimic classic Roman triumphal arches; its base houses the 12,000-square-foot museum
- Eye Catcher: Three period rooms, all designed and decorated to be historically accurate, include the Coca-Cola mogul Thomas K. Glenn's 19th-century office, complete with a roll-top desk and antique typewriter
- Permanent Mainstay: In the 19th- and 20th-century galleries, photographs and artifacts teach visitors about the lives of families who helped shape Atlanta
- Don't Miss: In the 21st-century interactive gallery, a wave the hand allows guests to compare historic and modern images of Atlanta's landmarks to see how the city has evolved over 150 years