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This stunning, porcelain-enameled building was designed by famed architect Richard Meier and is rivaled only by the art inside. Featuring American, European and African art, as well as decorative art and photography, the High Museum boasts a...more
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I am a long time member of the High Museum. Visiting it is always an enjoyable experience whether viewing the permanent collections or experiencing the varied and beautifully displayed special exhibitions that are presented throughout the year.
I'd just go to see a specific artist if they come around, I was not too impressed with the general collection. Also many art museums I have been to have had free general admission so I guess I expect more from one I have to...More
This place was a lot larger than I was expecting, and had a pretty great variety. Their art installation on the 1968 Olympics Black Power salute, which was as timely as it was powerful. Definitely the best part of the visit. People with military IDs...More
We went in Free Sunday which is every couple months. Great Value but Busy!!! Worth the trip. Get there early for free parking or plan to pay big for parking (like we did),,, but still worth it. Friendly staff kept lines decent. Nice snack bar...More
We were fortunate that our first visit to the High Museum of Art happened to occur on the third Friday of the month. It turns out that on those Fridays the museum features live jazz and a live bar. People from every level of social...More
I haven't been back to Atlanta and the High Museum since late August 2018. So, I don't know if the permanent collections are still closed due to renovations of the exhibit halls.
Visited the High Museum gift shop and found it to be small and...More
This classy, modern facility is in touch with the city and has free days so everyone can bathe in magnificence of the latest masterpieces on display. Always worth a visit. Keep an eye on events and you can turn it into a nice date night.
How can one say no to art and jazz?? Wonderful date night, perfect price point, grown and sexy crowd. We traveled on MARTA it was very convenient and the music was impeccable! We look forward to returning.
Hi! Absolutely! Not only is it an Atlanta "landmark," but it has wonderful exhibits and activities for kids, too. Right now they have the Terminus exhibition by Steinmetz, which depicts scenes of people interacting in... More
Hi! Absolutely! Not only is it an Atlanta "landmark," but it has wonderful exhibits and activities for kids, too. Right now they have the Terminus exhibition by Steinmetz, which depicts scenes of people interacting in airports and other "terminal" areas.
The second is a really good one, and it is the Winnie the Pooh classic exhibition in honor of the upcoming "Christopher Robin" movie.
Aside from that, the place has other exhibits in the other floors that are the static exhibits that remain housed there. And, if you get the Atlanta attraction package, it lets you go to the Carlos museum, the Puppetry Arts, and I think the Fernbank which is insane.
Around the High, there are plenty places to go, as well. What I think is that, if you check the site ahead of time, you may spend there a good 2-3 hours especially if there are summer activities and guests there.
Let me know if you have any other questions. I think that, if you like museums, in general, you will really dig this one :)