At Landry at East Cobb, our beautiful community will provide residents with the perfect place to come home to. Within each of our one bedroom, two bedroom, and three bedroom homes and throughout our community, the unique feature around every corner will allow residents to find the best place to spend their days. While our beautiful homes and amazing amenities will make it hard to leave, the surrounding area is waiting to be explored. With so many cultural experiences and museums within Atlanta, residents can discover all that the city holds. See all that awaits and find your new home at our apartments in East Cobb!

Hammonds House Museum

Discover the legacy of artists of African descent and experience the cultural diversity at Hammonds House Museum. Located in the former residence of Dr. Otis Thrash Hammonds, a prominent Atlanta physician, you can learn all about the works of art that now inhabit the home. Dr. Hammonds was passionate about the arts and had a collection of more than 250 works that helped to start the museum. You can view the different works that date back to the mid-19th century and see the cultural influences in each piece. See the unique pieces that await at Hammonds House Museum.

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum

Home to papers and other artifacts that relate to the former president’s administration and family, The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum allows you to learn all about the president’s time in office. The museum is filled with immersive exhibits where you can get an up close view of different types of artifacts from documents and photographs to videos and even gifts from world leaders. You can even see a video that showcases a day in the office or take a stroll through the beautiful parks. The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum offers an inside look at a historic presidency.

Williams Museum of Papermaking

Combining art, history, and technology, the Williams Museum of Papermaking offers an interesting and interactive look at how paper is made and how those methods have transformed. While you may not think that paper has such a vast history, the paper that we use today has developed exponentially over the years. Home to more than 100,000 artifacts like manuscripts, rare books, and tools, you can explore the vast world. You can even participate in the interactive exhibits and try making your own paper. Discover the unique history at Williams Museum of Papermaking.

With all of these museums, you can see all that surrounds our apartments in East Cobb and discover the cultural experiences that await. Come home to Landry at East Cobb and contact us today for more information!

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