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“The gardens offer an array of flowers and trees, some sculpted and designed to create several familiar scenes of art. Also a few animals here and there (butterflies, birds, frogs), and has an on-site restaurant. ”
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Garður
“The Atlanta Botanical Garden is a 30 acres botanical garden located adjacent to Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Incorporated in 1976, the garden's mission is to "develop and maintain plant collections for the purposes of display, education, conservation, research and enjoyment.”
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History Museum
“Great place to see all the history and culture that has made Atlanta a great city today”
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Garður
“Fun for the whole family, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens is of course a romantic place to go for couples but they also have a great kids area! Lots to see from flowers and plants to small creatures!”
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History Museum
“Also on National Register. Fascinating to see how a slave holding farm operated. Great juxtaposition to see the Tullie Smith Farm and Swan House.”
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Höggmyndagarður
“Originally designed and created as part of the Public Spaces Program of the Corporation for Olympic Development in Atlanta (CODA), Folk Art Park was the Georgia Department of Transportation’s first public art project. Reclaiming several leftover portions of two cement highway bridges above Downtown’s north-south interstate connector, the park embodies the mission of CODA’s Public Spaces Program, which was to create public settings commemorating the heritage of the city and surrounding region while aesthetically enhancing the urban environment. The installation is concentrated at the intersections of Piedmont Avenue and Baker Street and Courtland Street and Ralph McGill Boulevard. The park features the work of notable regional folk artists, including Eddie Owens Martin, R.A. Miller, James Harold Jennings, Vollis Simpson, Archie Byron and Howard Finster.”
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