Archive for 'Museum'
I can’t think of a better way to start off this month’s first blog post than to say that May is National Museum Month! What better time is there than now to recognize the roles that museums play in our communities, especially with all of the recent excitement surrounding Presidential Libraries & Museums (i.e. the […]
The Jimmy Carter Library & Museum hopes that all those celebrating Easter this Sunday, March 31st, have a wonderful holiday! The Carter Museum will be open on the 31st from noon to 4:45pm. We encourage you to plan your visit online. As you can see in the above image, President Carter enjoyed the traditional White […]
Our latest rotating exhibit, “Patriot Expressions: Ulysses Davis’ Presidents from The Beach Institute and Works from the Carter Library” is still on display at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum and will be through Sunday, April 21, 2013. Viewing the exhibit is free with paid admission to the Museum Ulysses Davis was a barber […]
For anyone thinking of visiting the Jimmy Carter Museum this weekend, staff would like to remind all that Daylight Saving Time (United States) starts on Sunday, March 10th at 2:00 am. We are ready to SPRING forward! (How about you?) On December 15, 1973, President Nixon gave a Statement on Signing the Emergency Daylight Saving […]
On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013, author Kathryn Gibbs Davis will present on her children’s book, Wackiest White House Pets, at the Museum of the Jimmy Carter Library. Gibbs Davis “…introduces students to the extensive White House menagerie of pets that belonged to the U.S. presidents and their families.” This 60-minute presentation, geared toward students grades […]