One of the best cultural experiences in ATL
Built in the 80s as an architectural work of art itself, the High maintains a fresh, modern structure that has been considerably stepping up its game. Bringing in collections from the Louvre, works from Di Vinci, Monet, and all the other big boys along with local artists making a splash, the High is a wonderful place to cash in on once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to engage in history and art. With events such as jazz and martini nights, the High is custom tailoring its approach to the modern day clientele. Perhaps the best exhibit I have witnessed was the civil rights photography exhibit - which is what the High excels in: relevance, history, and geography.