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Georgia Capitol Museum
206 Washington St
About Georgia Capitol Museum
The Capitol is the center of lawmaking and government for the State of Georgia. However, the Capitol is also 130 years old and is a centerpiece in Georgia's history. At the Capitol, students may learn about the Civil Rights Movement, Georgia Agriculture, Georgia Government, Protest History, Architecture, Art, Three Branches of Government, Native American History, Georgia Geology and Archaeology, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Former Senator Leroy Johnson, President Jimmy Carter, and much more. The Capitol Museum also features the Capitol History Highlights program, which accepts recommendations for future programs on all things Georgia. We can also provide customized experiences or our regular guided tour for groups of 10 or more.
In an abundance of caution, we decided to cancel in-person tours for the fall 2020 semester.
The building is still open to the public!
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To book a virtual tour visit:
For lesson plans and activity sheets, visit:
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Regular days of operation:
Main Topics for learning and exploration:
Single-session classes (separate from homeschool days)
Tour - That homeschoolers can schedule by contacting us
Admission Cost per Adult:
Admission Cost per Child:
Additional Pricing Information:
We are completely free, but parking around the Capitol is paid parking only. We are also MARTA accessible.
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