High Museum of Art
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The High Museum of Art in Atlanta is the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States with its renowned collection of classic and contemporary art and architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.
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Great place to visit to view some amazing art exhibits! There’s also lots to do there for kids if you’re traveling with any.
The High Museum of Art and Woodruff Art Center are less than 1 mile away on Peachtree Street. Go up 11th street away from Piedmont until you reach Peachtree Street. Turn right and the Museum will be on your left.
Take in the beauty of our art museums permeant and ever changing exhibits. There is also an incredible kids play area for the littles
In walking distance. You can check out the Ansley Park neighborhood along the way. Beautiful homes and parks.
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