Cyclorama, Behind-the-Scenes Tour

  • March 16, 2018
  • 11:00 AM
  • Atlanta History Center, 30 West Paces Ferry Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30305


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • Tickets are non-refundable but they are transferable. If you want, we will try our best to re-sell your tickets. Price includes processing fee of $2.50.
  • Tickets are non-refundable but they are transferable. In addition, non-members get a $75 membership credit they can use if they join UXATL within 72 hours of attending the event.

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Behind-the-Scenes Tour: Cyclorama & Texas Locomotive

Be one of the first to see The Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama painting before it opens to the public in fall 2018! Join our knowledgeable guides for the once in a lifetime opportunity to view The Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama painting as art conservators and historians work to restore it to the original 1886 appearance! You’ll also discover the storied past of the Texas locomotive beyond its claim to fame during the Great Locomotive Chase is 1862.

  • Members, $52.50
  • Non-members, $67.50*
  • Behind the Scenes tours include walking, standing, and climbing.
  • Guests must be 13 years or older.
* Non-members get a $75 membership credit that they can apply to any annual membership if they join within 72 hours of attending the event

We are  also offering this private tour on March 24. Space is limited; please register early. Tickets are non-refundable but they are transferable. 

The Plan

  • 10:45, Meet inside main visitor's center at Atlanta History Center no later than 10:45
  • 11:00, Private tour of Cyclorama & Texas Locomotive
  • 12:00, Optional lunch / early St Patty Day's Celebration at Fado Irish Pub

Parking: Upon entering the front entrance of the History Center, the parking lot and deck are to the right. To drop passengers off prior to parking, keep to the left after entering and stop in front of the museum.

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