The APEX Museum welcomes groups of up to 15 people for a tour. The tour is an extremely educative and informative experience and reflects on the illustrious history of the Black community in America. Come here to trace the history of the city as a black neighborhood, which witnessed the development of the Blacks from being slaves to business owners. The tour includes a free poster to guide you through the museum; do not forget to collect it. Visit the website for bookings, hours and other information.
Arts & Museums
- Nearest Train: Georgia State Station
- Venue Description:
The African-American Panoramic Experience is a museum that catalogs the history of Atlanta's Sweet Auburn neighborhood. Located near the boyhood home of Martin Luther King, Jr., the APEX also serves as the nation's foremost center for the study of African-American history. There is a replica of a Sweet Auburn Avenue drugstore and barbershop, as well as a theater trolley car which shows an introductory video. This important cultural museum offers visitors a chance to explore a part of Atlanta and her history that is often overlooked.