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The Apex MuseumDan Moore began working on the formation of what would become Atlanta’s only museum to celebrate the rich and often untold history of African Americans, The APEX Museum.

Mission Statement:
To accurately interpret and present history from an African American perspective in order to help all American and International visitors better understand and appreciate the contributions of African Americans to America as well as the world.

Visit the Yates and Milton Drug Store, one of Atlanta's first Black owned businesses. Hear the stories of early African American pioneers in Atlanta Georgia.

All Aboard! Our Trolley Theater provides the right atmosphere for video presentations on African American experiences. Meet our knowledgeable docents, as they share educational information to the young and young at heart. vSee our exhibits including: Africa- The Untold Experience, Replica of the Yates & Milton Drug Store, 'Hall of Achievement' Gallery and the 'Black Inventors' Gallery.

Open: Tuesday-Saturday at 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday at 1 pm- 5 pm during February, June, July and August only

Amenities: Parking, Restrooms, accessibility for mobility-impaired
History
In 1978, Dan Moore, noted filmmaker and visionary, attended a banquet honoring Dr. Benjamin E. Mays. As Moore witnessed the long overdue commemoration of Dr. May’ s accomplishments, he was inspired to create an African American museum that would celebrate the achievements of unsung heroes such as Dr. Mays.

Shortly thereafter, Moore began working on the formation of what would become Atlanta’s only museum to celebrate the rich and often untold history of African Americans, The APEX Museum.
Phone - Address & Website
Phone: 404-521-2739 - Address: 135 Auburn Avenue - Atlanta Georgia 30303 - Apex Museum Website
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