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Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, Atlanta

The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum displays documents, photographs, videos and other historical memorabilia relating to the Carter administration as well as the President's life and political career, including his Nobel Peace Prize of 2002.

The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum displays documents, photographs, videos and other historical memorabilia relating to the Carter administration as well as the President's life and political career, including his Nobel Peace Prize of 2002. One of ten presidential libraries administered by the National Archives & Records Administration and the only one in the Southeast, it includes an exact replica of the Oval Office.


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Sun

12:00

16:45

Mon

9:00

16:45

Tue

9:00

16:45

Wed

9:00

16:45

Thu

9:00

16:45

Fri

9:00

16:45

Sat

9:00

16:45

About Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

 441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307, United States

 +1 404-865-7100

 www.jimmycarterlibrary.gov

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

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Little Five Points

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Freedom Park

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Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant

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Inman Park

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Reynoldstown Historic District

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Edgewood