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High Museum of Art

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1280 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30309.

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based on 174 reviews

08/29/13
Diedre R.
I love this place. Deep inside of me somewhere is a girl that knows all about art and the hidden secrets that are deep within the actual paintings. Its...

08/25/13
Jang C.
As much as love the High Museum, I have similar complaints as other people. This place is very expensive. You'll pay about $12 for parking, $20 for tickets,...

08/10/13
Scott W.
The High is a museum complex housed in 3 buildings that are merged together. The original building, the one closest to Peachtree St that looks like the...
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06/24/11
Video_Bean
Awesome shows and great cultural events!! A must view anytime your in Atlanta.
02/03/10
Dwayne K.
Anxious to check this place out in the near future!
11/26/10
@tessa H.
Buy the audio tour ($3 members, $5 guests) to tune out loud children.
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rating 4.2 out of 5
10/09/13
Anna Hautzinger
The High museum is an architecturally interesting building that happens to have some lovely art in it. The museum is divided into 2 parts with one portion having a spiralling ramp connecting the floors. The special exhibits are in the other portion, with exhibits only on certain floors. There are so....
11/07/13
Phyllis Rogers
I have been familiar with the High for a number of years and the facility has always been interesting from an architectural point of view but the exhibits have not always been worthwhile. Recently it seems there has been more effort to bring excellent exhibits to Atlanta. I am very disappointed in t....
06/12/13
Lee J Jones
Plan about five (5) hours if you want to see the whole museum. There are three (3) connected buildings, four (4) levels each. Be sure to ask for directions for any exhibits in which you are particularly interested. I am NOT an artist. I found the information provided very helpful. The museum is very....
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