APEX is an acronym for African-American Panoramic Experience. The mission of the APEX Museum is to accurately interpret and present history from an African-American perspective. Permanent exhibits include Sweet Auburn, Women in STEM, The Georgia Negro, and more. A new exhibit is devoted to Black Inventors.
This June, the APEX digs deep into history with a family scavenger hunt and a free museum day.
The APEX will be FREE and open to the public on Wednesday June 19, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Adult admission is usually $7.
The Scavenger Hunt takes take place June 12th to 21st. To participate, gather together a team of family and friends and purchase a scavenger hunt packet for $10 at the museum.
Then, follow the clues to hunt for items in the APEX Museum and along Auburn Avenue.
The deadline to turn in your packet is Friday June 21st. All teams with correct answers will be entered into a drawing for prizes. One contest winner will receive an APEX gift pack valued at $100.
The winner will be announced on Tuesday June 25th via APEX website & Facebook.
Visit www.apexmuseum.org for Juneteenth details.