Apex Museum

★★★★☆
  • 135 Auburn Ave NE

    Atlanta, GA 30303

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  • 404-523-2739

About Apex Museum

Hours
Tue - Sat, 10am to 5pm; Sun - Mon, closed

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Wonderful insight into historic Auburn Ave. I loved learning so much about this city and about Africa and Egypt. There is so much that I did not know about the city I live in. I just wish I had money to help them update the museum. It looks a bit old and could use a little remodeling.

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Wonderful insight into historic Auburn Ave. I loved learning so much about this city and about Africa and Egypt. There is so much that I did not know about the city I live in. I just wish I had money to help them update the museum. It looks a bit old and could use a little remodeling.

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The exhibits at the APEX Museum have changed my posture!! I am more proud than ever to be an African with the understanding I have gained from the education I've received from this one of a kind museum. The APEX is conveniently located in the Sweet Auburn district and the entry fee is more than fair considering what they offer. The museum's curator, Michele Mitchell, is Atlanta's best (maybe the Nation's) at researching and teaching the facts on African history from it's prestigious and bright beginning, and how African people have an incomparable endurance and perseverance. I commend Mr. Dan Moore, Sr., the museum's founder, for his vision, his strength and determination for bringing us this Panoramic Experience. No resident of Georgia or visitor to Atlanta should exclude making a visit to the APEX a priority. No disputing that this is a Five Star historical treasure.

5
★★★★★

The exhibits at the APEX Museum have changed my posture!! I am more proud than ever to be an African with the understanding I have gained from the education I've received from this one of a kind museum. The APEX is conveniently located in the Sweet Auburn district and the entry fee is more than fair considering what they offer. The museum's curator, Michele Mitchell, is Atlanta's best (maybe the Nation's) at researching and teaching the facts on African history from it's prestigious and bright beginning, and how African people have an incomparable endurance and perseverance. I commend Mr. Dan Moore, Sr., the museum's founder, for his vision, his strength and determination for bringing us this Panoramic Experience. No resident of Georgia or visitor to Atlanta should exclude making a visit to the APEX a priority. No disputing that this is a Five Star historical treasure.

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This is an excellent place to visit to remind you of why you should be glad that their were people who loved you and never met you. The struggles and pain are explained well here and not to the point that you need an interpreter to understand. Take some one who hasn't been. This is not just a place for Afro Americans.

4
★★★★☆

This is an excellent place to visit to remind you of why you should be glad that their were people who loved you and never met you. The struggles and pain are explained well here and not to the point that you need an interpreter to understand. Take some one who hasn't been. This is not just a place for Afro Americans.

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I greatly enjoyed the experience I had at the Apex museum. Never before had I seen so much history regarding the African American experience. I spent hours looking over the photos and stories of so many. The videos helped to capture even more of what it was like for them to experience being black in America throughout history. Besides the wonderful, eye opening enlightenment you will receive the price can't be beat either.

5
★★★★★

I greatly enjoyed the experience I had at the Apex museum. Never before had I seen so much history regarding the African American experience. I spent hours looking over the photos and stories of so many. The videos helped to capture even more of what it was like for them to experience being black in America throughout history. Besides the wonderful, eye opening enlightenment you will receive the price can't be beat either.

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I havent been to Apex in awhile and writing this review reminds me that I need to take my kids. I last went about 5 years ago, and it was quite an experience. There's nothing like primary sources and firsthand info, which can be rare in African American history, but Apex does its job. The research library there is also incredible.

4
★★★★☆

I havent been to Apex in awhile and writing this review reminds me that I need to take my kids. I last went about 5 years ago, and it was quite an experience. There's nothing like primary sources and firsthand info, which can be rare in African American history, but Apex does its job. The research library there is also incredible.

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The APEX Museum presents the African American Panoramic Experience and helps people better understand what life has been like for black people in Atlanta. It recreates the Yates and Milton Drug Store, which was one of Atlanta's first Black owned businesses. You can hear taped recordings of people talking about their personal experiences, see various memorabilia and photographs and view multimedia presentations. It's very educational, interesting and well presented. And all at the bargain rate of only $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and students and c hildren under 4 years old and members are FREE!

4
★★★★☆

The APEX Museum presents the African American Panoramic Experience and helps people better understand what life has been like for black people in Atlanta. It recreates the Yates and Milton Drug Store, which was one of Atlanta's first Black owned businesses. You can hear taped recordings of people talking about their personal experiences, see various memorabilia and photographs and view multimedia presentations. It's very educational, interesting and well presented. And all at the bargain rate of only $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and students and c hildren under 4 years old and members are FREE!

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