Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
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About Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
With its splashy new interactive exhibits, sold-out lectures, traveling shows, and presidential artifacts such as the Nobel Prize, this museum is a local treasure. The presidential library added extra cachet a few years ago, including interactive exhibits (including on on Madeleine Albright’s pins), lectures from notables such as Tom Brokaw, and, oh yeah, artifacts like Carter’s Nobel Prize.
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