National Archives of Atlanta stores and maintains records of federal agencies of different states, the research facility holds records from the 1716 to the present. Public can come, explore, study and read the national records in documents and historic records, students of science and technology, law, civil rights, medicine, health, space and military conflicts find these records very useful. The national archive facility is open Monday through Friday. The research facility is open year round and admission is free for the general public.
Things to Do
- The collection in the national archive serves the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee.
- If you are looking to see family history, the genealogy sources can be looked upon immigration records, military service records, native and African American records.
- If you visit the national archive you can get free access to websites like America: history & life, ancestry and footnote and heritage quest online.
- The archive not only has documents but maps, photographs and other resources of interest.
- No reservations are required for general public tours.
National Archives of Atlanta Insider Tips
- Food and drinks are not allowed inside the facility.
- Free parking is available.