You've probably got a growing bucket list of things to check out in The Peach State but unfortunately, everyone's outdoor adventures have been put on hold for a bit. Aside from ordering Uber Eats and binge-watching Netflix, you can still somewhat explore the city. These virtual tours of Georgia museums will put an end to your boredom while you're stuck inside. 

High Museum

Why You Should Go: Discover eclectic culture and interactive art online at one of the most popular museums in Atlanta. This exclusive tour explores historical and interpretive exhibits that will make you feel like you're browsing through the real thing.

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Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 

Why You Should Go: Learn more about what makes the world go round with this digital version of the Monetary Museum. You can click on different ones to get insight on cash and check processing, monetary policy, federal history and more.

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Millennium Gate Museum

Why You Should Go: The Arc de Triomphe look-alike is an iconic landmark in ATL and you can discover its wonder from without leaving the house with the Millenium Gate Museum online "VR field trip." Explore valuable historic memorabilia involving Greek mythology and the Olympic games.

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Oak Hill and The Martha Berry Museum

Why You Should Go: This museum at the gorgeous Berry College lets you explore Oak Hill The Martha Berry Museum to learn the story of the notorious home and exhibits that highlight the life of the founder of the liberal arts school.

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Georgia Sports Hall of Fame

Why You Should Go: Take a (remote) peek inside this Macon hall of fame to get an all-inclusive look into UGA football memorabilia, Bill Elliott's race car, the Nike statue, the hall of fame corridor and much more. 

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Jimmy Carter Presidential Museum and Library

Why You Should Go: You don't have to physically go to this spot to explore a day in the life of Georgia-born president, Jimmy Carter. Take a gander of a life-size replica of the Oval Office, immersive presentations, paraphernalia and more at this state-of-the-art museum straight through your screen. 

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