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Michael C. Carlos Museum
571 South Kilgo Circle
About Michael C. Carlos Museum
Since its formal establishment on Emory’s Atlanta campus in 1919, the Michael C. Carlos Museum has become one of the premier museums in the Southeast. The museum holds one of the most comprehensive collections in the region with artwork from ancient Egypt, Nubia, and the Near East; Greece and Rome; the Americas; Africa; and Asia as well as a collection of works on paper from the Renaissance to the present.
Through world-class permanent collections and special exhibitions, innovative programming, and one-of-a-kind opportunities to engage with art firsthand, the Carlos Museum serves Emory University and the Atlanta community as a dynamic interdisciplinary center that cultivates literacy in the arts and fosters understanding of diverse religions and civilizations.
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Tours - Regularly scheduled and hosted by our organization
Tour - That homeschoolers can schedule by contacting us
Special exhibits open to homeschoolers
Performances for audiences
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Additional Pricing Information:
$8 Adults $6 Seniors, students, and children (ages 6-17) Free Carlos Museum members; Emory University students, faculty, and staff (with Emory ID); children ages 5 and under *Visit for free on a Sunday FUNday, by using the Georgia Public Libraries Family Pass, or by becoming a member.
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