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David J. Sencer CDC Museum, Atlanta

(4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • The museum is very well maintained and has a great amount of public health history. It may be a little challenging to get access due to security but it is worth the effort. 
  • I was surprised to see that there was a public museum of the CDC and found it very interesting and educational. My son spent the whole afternoon going through all the exhibits and filled out their que...  more »
  • The photo gallery is amazing. The photographer took pictures of various misquitoes and molds. These were amazing and beautiful photos. The lower levels had several exhibits of past diseases/conditions...  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.