If you have kids and you’re moving to Atlanta, there are a few things you need to figure out: what school will they be attending, where’s there bus stop, which extracurricular activities can they get involved in and, naturally, where can they learn a thing or two before school starts?

Lucky for you, Atlanta is full of fun and exciting museums that are perfect for the whole family! Here are some of our Atlanta movers’ favorites:

1. Center for Civil & Human Rights

Located in downtown Atlanta, the Center for Civil and Human Rights is an engaging cultural attraction that puts the Civil Rights Movement of the 60’s into perspective for today’s youth by immersing visitors in thought-provoking spaces. Your children will be able to view the personal papers and items of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. while also understanding the contemporary human rights movement.

2. Atlanta History Center

Inside you’ll find the Atlanta History Museum as well as the Swan House mansion, Tullie Smith farm, the Margaret Mitchell House and the Centennial Olympic Games Museum – all of which are absolutely fascinating examples of history preserved in time.

3. Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

Book your tour to see three historic sites that were near and dear to Martin Luther King’s heart: the home in which he was born, the church where he preached and the memorial site where he was put to rest. This is a popular and important Atlanta attraction. It draws over half-a-million people every year.


For some more information on where to take your kids, reach out to the Atlanta moving company of choice – reach out to A. Arnold Relocation. We’ll give you a free consultation and no-obligation quote!