Delta Flight Museum is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

1. Delta Flight Museum

1060 Delta Blvd Bldg B (btwn Airport Loop Rd & Woolman Pl), Atlanta, GA
Museum · 18 tips and reviews

Dustin L.Dustin Lee: Incredible museum. Delta-focused but you also get a good sense of aviation history. Make sure to explore the 767 and more importantly, the 747 outside.

Dominique J.Dominique Jeter: The museum is really cool...definitely a must see if you visit Atlanta.

Regina V.Regina Vella: Great venue for events! Talk about being the talk of the town!!

Delta 747 Museum is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

2. Delta 747 Museum

Atlanta, GA
Museum · 1 tip

Mike S.Mike Schmucker: All of the visit was fantastic. The Spirit Delta and the 747 were our highlights!

College Football Hall of Fame is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

3. College Football Hall of Fame

250 Marietta Street Northwest (at Park Ave West NW), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Downtown Atlanta · 27 tips and reviews

Ronnie H.Ronnie Hill: Awesome interactive presentation. Professional and friendly staff, gift shop is awesome. Can't wait to go again!

Moe D.Moe Dexler: Go Noles!! FSU forever!

The Ritz-CarltonThe Ritz-Carlton: Test your school spirit! Start on the top floor where you can record your self singing your favorite school’s fight song. Don’t miss the chance to kick a field goal.

World of Coca-Cola is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

4. World of Coca-Cola

121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Downtown Atlanta · 530 tips and reviews

Lauren B.Lauren Burton: Amazing and a lot of fun especially in the Tasting room...make sure you try one called Beverley from Europe

TLCTLC: Get a history lesson on possibly the world's most famous beverage -- and sample Coca-Cola products from around the globe! Kids will love it...

Matt S.Matt S: Beware of Beverly.

The Children's Museum of Atlanta is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

5. The Children's Museum of Atlanta

275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW (Baker Street), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Downtown Atlanta · 42 tips and reviews

SarahSarah: We like to go after 1 pm on school days - we practically have the place to ourselves! Pack snacks/drinks - only onsite food is vending machines.

Occupy My Family ATLOccupy My Family ATL: Did You Know: You can bring your own lunch and snacks into the Museum! They also have vending machines for your convenience.

Jonathan J.Jonathan Jesse: The 2nd Tuesday of the month is Free, busy but free

Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

6. Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA)

1315 Peachtree St NE (16th St), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Midtown · 20 tips and reviews

Todd W.Todd Wahl: Super affordable membership......great evening out in Atlanta!

Occupy My Family ATLOccupy My Family ATL: Visit this museum for FREE on the last Friday of every month.

vitaminwater®vitaminwater®: don't forget to check out moda's newest exhibit, now through september 16th and remember to stay hydrated with an ice cold vitaminwater. skate it or hang it...or drink it.

Wren's Nest House Museum is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

7. Wren's Nest House Museum

1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd SW (Culberson St. SW), Atlanta, GA
Museum · West End · 7 tips and reviews

Joel M.Joel Marc: A great stop on a tour of Atlanta. The house dates back to the late 19th century. There is still a gas lit lamp post in the frontyard!

HISTORYHISTORY: This was the home of Joel Chandler Harris, author of Uncle Remus stories, from 1881 until 1908. The museum opened in 1913, Harris' room is almost completely untouched to this day aside from cleaning.

Jacque C.Jacque Carter: Aweson music was great

Smith Family Farm - Tullie Smith House is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

8. Smith Family Farm - Tullie Smith House

130 W Paces Ferry Rd NW (Atlanta History Center), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Buckhead · 4 tips and reviews

IrmaZandl Z.IrmaZandl ZandlSlant: An absolute must-see if history of Atlanta is an interest. Especially when combined with a visit to Swan House.

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: It was originally built in the 1840s by the Robert Smith family and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings were originally located east of Atlanta, but were moved here in 1969.

Kelly W.Kelly Whitfield: The farm is currently interpreting the first Christmas season of the Civil War, so stop in on your furlough to meet the Ghosts of Christmas Past (1861)! Later, venture forth to 1930 and the Swan House

High Museum of Art is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

9. High Museum of Art

1280 Peachtree St NE (at 16th St NE), Atlanta, GA
Art Museum · Midtown · 204 tips and reviews

Hadrian X.Hadrian XIV: The hot lunch in the cafe downstairs is never disappointing! Makes my tummy happy!

Video_BeanVideo_Bean: Awesome shows and great cultural events!! A must view anytime your in Atlanta.

Dwayne K.Dwayne Kilbourne: Anxious to check this place out in the near future! Read more.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

10. Fernbank Museum of Natural History

767 Clifton Rd NE (Ponce de Leon Ave NE), Atlanta, GA
Science Museum · Eastside · 80 tips and reviews

Courtney A.Courtney Appleton: Loved the museum didn't get to explore the entire outside trails but love it

Blake L.Blake Long: Martinis & IMAX every Friday night. Dance under the dinos!

HISTORYHISTORY: Ground was broken in 1989 & on October 5, 1992, Fernbank Museum of Natural History opened to the public, becoming one of the only museums in the world to grow out of an old-growth forest.

Center for Puppetry Arts is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

11. Center for Puppetry Arts

1404 Spring St NW (at 18th St NW), Atlanta, GA
Performing Arts Venue · Midtown · 47 tips and reviews

Expedition Mom @AtlantaWithKid and @GeorgiaWithKidsExpedition Mom @AtlantaWithKid and @GeorgiaWithKids: Their puppetry rendition of Rudolph is a must. Like the Burl Ives classic. Go to the first show as it gets much crowded later. Make puppets after upstairs. Get tickets online early. It sells out!

AtlantaAtlanta: Midtown's Center for Puppetry Arts features shows, puppet-making and tours. Adult shows complement the children's performances.

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Puppets aren't just for kids! Be sure to check out their adult focused shows too. A highlight every year and must see is the Ghastly Dreadfuls performance in October. Booyah!

The Woodruff Arts Center is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

12. The Woodruff Arts Center

1280 Peachtree St NE (b/t 15th St & 16th St), Atlanta, GA
Performing Arts Venue · Midtown · 30 tips and reviews

jeyojeyo: Beautiful theatre, great place to come see a show with the family. They've got (pricey) drinks and snacks to enjoy during the performance.

Adah-DuvalAdah-Duval: Check out Atlanta's only All-Male Dance Performance at the Hertz Stage. The annual showcase takes place July 20th-21st, 2012

jbrotherlovejbrotherlove: Mobile network and wifi in this building are generally terrible. You may want to make that call, text or social media update before you enter the building.

The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum is one of The 13 Best Museums in Atlanta.

13. The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum

1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA
History Museum · Midtown · 5 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Wonderful place to learn about the history of Atlanta's Jewish population. Be sure to check out our tours at Oakland focusing on Jewish residents buried here & one on the Leo Frank case. Read more.

Amnesty InternationalAmnesty International: The upcoming exhibit "Torn from My Home: My Life as a Refugee" will allow visitors to better understand what it means to be an individual forced to flee their home due to violence & armed conflict. Read more.

City SaverCity Saver: Use your Atlanta City Saver coupons to receive one free adult or other museum admission when a second adult museum admission of equal or greater value is purchased (up to $12 Value).