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The Carter Presidential Library is a research facility and an award winning museum. Recognized for outstanding achievement in museum media, the Library also holds over 27 million pages of Jimmy Carter's White House materials plus much more.
The library was opened on Carter's 62nd birthday in 1986. It hosts special exhibits like Carter's Nobel Peace Prize & a full-scale replica of the Oval Office, including a copy of the Resolute Desk.
There are two theatres and a chapel at the Carter Center.
Best part? President Bartlet narrates everything.
It's not easy to figure out the parking here. Kind of like his presidency.
Learn about the 39th President of the United States and checkout all the greenery surrounding in the Poncey-Highland neighborhood.
The gardens are one of the quietest places in all of the city - a true hide away with a great view of midtown if you find just the right spot.
There's usually a good selection of book signings/lectures held at the museum.
Love the place been here many times. Puts Prez Carter in a real perspective outside bad press.
Beautiful area with plenty of information on his presidency!
This Museum features national traveling exhibits and the permanent exhibits that highlight Carter's early years, life at the White House, wonderful state gifts and key issues of the Carter Presidency.
Library the brain of community