Located in a beautifully restored house that dates to 1857, the Hammonds House Museum is dedicated to the mission of ... More
Hammonds House Museum
Located in a beautifully restored house that dates to 1857, the Hammonds House Museum is dedicated to the mission of preserving the work and heritage of African descent artists. Come view the works of notable local and national artists on full display in the galleries. While you're there, learn more about the history of these under-represented craftsmen in the National Center for the Exhibition. After your visit, take a turn to the Hammonds House Gift Shop , and brighten your home with a print or artifact that has great heritage value.
Founded in 1976, this 15 acre (six hectare) expanse of natural wonder is adjacent to Piedmont Park. A hardwood forest
intertwined with walking trails surrounds the Fuqua Conservatory, which houses a Japanese garden, rock garden, and displays of flora ...
Popular for Oriental fusion at shoestring prices, this trendy spot blends elements from the cuisine of many Asian nations to
produce a truly unique menu. The noodle soups and mixed Asian pastas are great, or try one of several ...
It is hard to miss this ultra modern, stark white structure on Peachtree that houses Atlanta's finest collections of classic
and contemporary art. A towering atrium soars to four interior levels, with the galleries moving from 18th and 19th ...