571 South Kilgo Circle, Atlanta
Set in the heart of Emory’s campus, the Michael C. Carlos Museum is a dynamic, interdisciplinary center for the study of art and culture, with collections from Africa; ancient Egypt, Nubia and the Near East; ancient Greece and Rome; the Indigenous Americas; and South Asia; as well as American and European Works on Paper. Guided tours are interactive, adaptable and aligned with the Georgia Standards of Excellence. Highly trained docents facilitate inquiry and discussion around permanent collections and special exhibitions and foster observation, analysis, communication and critical thinking skills. To learn more, visit carlos.emory.edu/tours or call 404-727-2363.