Museums in Georgia

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Georgia Museum of Natural History
Museum collects and preserves evidence of the cultural and natural heritage of Georgia.

Kennesaw Civil War Museum
Museum commemorating the great locomotive chase and housing The General locomotive engine.

Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking
Museum features a collection of watermarks, papers, tools, machines and manuscripts.

Oglethorpe University Museum
Museum features a permanent collection of fine art.

Telfair Museum of Art
Museum encompasses the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Owens-Thomas House and the Telfair's new building.

Living history town circa 1850.

Hammonds House Galleries & Resource Center OF African American Art
Art museum dedicated to presenting art by peoples of African descent.

Atlanta History Center
Musuem that includes historic homes and gardens.

Museum, The
Repository for relics, historical artifacts, genealogical records and the history, folklore and traditions of the Muskogee Creek Indian community of North Florida.

Morris Museum of Art
Museum houses a collection of Southern art.

Columbus Museum
Museum focusing on American art and regional history. Also concentrates on the art and history of the Southeast and the Chattahoochee River Valley.

Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum
Historic home, gardens and museum on the life of Martha Berry.

Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University
Museum maintains a collection of objects and art from around the world.

Museum of Aviation Flight & Technology Center
Musuem portrays the history of aviation and Robins AFB.

High Museum of Art
Art museum featuring 19th- and 20th-century American art, decorative arts and American folk art.

Georgia Music Hall of Fame
Museum features music memorabilia of Georgia artists, videos, interactive exhibits and hospitality.

Georgia Rural Telephone Museum
Museum houses a collection of antique telephones and telephone memorabilia.

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