Atlanta Day 5: Carter Presidential Center

With just the morning on hand, we went to visit the Carter Presidential Center.


The Carter Center was founded in 1982 by former US President Jimmy Carter and wife, Roselynn Carter. It’s a non-government and non-profit organization with the goal to advance human rights and alleviate human sufferings.

The entrance fee is USD8/per person.


We had the whole theater to ourselves to watch a short film.  The place was very quiet at the time we were there.


Exhibits of former US President Jimmy Carter walk down Pennsylvania Avenue in 1977 as the 39th President of the United States.


The exhibit included the clothes that the president and first lady worn during the walk down Pennyslvania Avenue.


A replica of the office in the White House during former President Jimmy Carter in office.


A different view of the replica office.


At the end of this visit, I learned that Jimmy Carter was a successful peanut farmer. a Senator, a President and a Nobel Piece Prize winner. He is well known for his peace keeping work and volunteer work in the Habitat for Humanity. He is a great man.

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  1. Maggie

    Actually, Jimmy Carter was the Governor of Georgia before he became President. He was a Georgia State Senator before that, but the presidency was the first national office he held. It’s like being in the BC Parliament, then the BC Premier before becoming the Canadian Prime Minister.

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