Millennium Gate


Monday through Friday 10AM to 4PM, reservations preferred.

Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.
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Atlanta’s Millennium Gate Welcomes You

The Millennium Gate is a classically-styled monumental arch located inside Atlantic Station in Midtown Atlanta, historically called "The Gate City." Developed and Operated by the non-profit National Monuments Foundation, Its iconic design is based on classical Roman triumphal arches so prominent in world history over the past 2,500 years.

Discover Georgia History Inside The Millennium Gate

Within the Millennium Gate is one of the world’s most unique history museums. The 12,000 square foot Millennium Gate Museum narrates Georgia’s and Atlanta’s history with historical artifacts, family heirlooms, exacting replicas and sophisticated interactive video technology that together serve as a cultural and education bridge to the future.

Make History with Your Next Event

Landmark events leave a lasting impression. Invite your guests to experience your next event in and around one of the world’s most unique special event spaces. The Millennium Gate and surrounding gardens are available for private functions ranging from corporate events and weddings to intimate private dinners and public concerts. (link to event page)

Inspire The Future Through History

The National Monuments Foundation seeks to inspire the future by creating historical monuments, designing spaces that bring communities together and curating cultural and historic exhibitions that will educate for generations to come.

You Can Make A Difference

You can support this effort by buying tickets to visit the museum, booking private events at the venue, becoming a corporate sponsor or individual benefactor, and by attending and supporting the annual Gala Prize Ceremony honoring individuals for their unique political, cultural and social contributions.

More about the 2013 Event: Gala At The Gate