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David J. Sencer CDC Museum, Atlanta

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  • I've been with CDC almost 30 years so the museum is near and dear to my heart, but I think it could be a little more interactive than it is. If you're really into public health history, definitely go....  more »
  • Went through both the ongoing and special exhibits and really gained an appreciation of CDC and public health generally. Parking may be limited, and going through security before parking added to the ...  more »
  • This is a really nice display of the establishment of the public health initiatives in the US (and globally)! Interesting facts, interactive and relatable exhibits. You have to go through security, so...  more »
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  • The staff at the museum are incredibly friendly and willing to go above and beyond what I would think there job is. A good place to take a group of people for a fun and educational experience.
  • This experience is very educational and is full of unique facts. The museum is also free and easy access using the Marta system. I was expecting the exhibit to be larger and more interactive.
  • A nice mini museum inside the CDC global communications building. Not exactly something most people can get into, but worth sparing half an hour to explore if you are here.
  • Good museum while you wait at the visitor center. Not worth the trip to visit dedicatedly
  • Very cool experience to visit the CDC museum in ATL. It's free and takes about an hour, maybe 2. They are very strict when entering the facility, so be prepared to have your car searched, ID's checked, metal detectors, etc.