Permanent Exhibitions: The Story of CDC explores the history of CDC and the Global Symphony, a multi-screen multimedia installation, features 150 media vignettes and four absorbing videos.
Changing Exhibitions: The CDC Museum mounts four temporary exhibitions a year, each related to CDC’s work.
The CDC Museum′s mission is to educate visitors about the value of prevention–based public health, while presenting CDC′s rich heritage and vast accomplishments.
CDC Disease Detective Camp: This day camp is designed for high-school juniors and seniors, who take on the roles of disease detectives as they learn about public health and epidemiology.
Teacher Workshops: Professional development training is designed to support science education and the incorporation of public health concepts into existing classroom curricula.
Tours: Tours are offered for groups of 10 or more.
Support CDC’s mission to prevent disease, injuries and disability and to encourage healthy lifestyles through all stages of life
Inform and educate people about public health, demonstrating its relevance and impact on their lives
Educate middle- and high-school students and families about epidemiology and the science of public health
Serve as CDC’s “public” face to promote the past, present, and future work of the agency
PARKING IS FREE. YOU’LL NEED A GOVERNMENT-ISSUED PHOTO ID, SUCH AS A DRIVER’S LICENSE OR PASSPORT, FOR ENTRY. VEHICLE INSPECTION IS ALSO REQUIRED.
Contact the Museum:
David J. Sencer CDC Museum
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
1600 Clifton Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30333
Tel: (404) 639-0830