Museum Visitors

Museum Visitors

The museum includes photographs and historical memorabilia from the Carter presidency (1977 - 1981).

Archival Research

Archival Research

Archivists can provide reference services for the unique historical material available for research in the Library's holdings.

Educator and Kids


Quality educational materials and experiences for students, educators, and the public.

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia houses U.S. President Jimmy Carter's papers and other material relating to the Carter Administration and the Carter family's life.


    • National History Day 2019
      Education - Professional Development January 1, 2019-December 30, 2019

      We support the year-long National History Day competition as an exciting way for students to study and learn about historical issues, ideas, people and events at our locations around the country and online!

      The National Archives is the nation’s record keeper. We hold billions of primary sources. Many can be incorporated into NHD research and projects. Visit the National Archives web page for National History Day to get started! Contact us if you need help.

    • EXHIBIT: “Panamanian Submerged Timber Series: Vessels Created by the Moulthrop Family”
      Exhibit April 11, 2019-April 28, 2019


      Carter Presidential Library & Museum

      Free and Open to the Public (with Museum ticket purchase)

      The seven vessels on display were created by the Georgia-based artists Matt and Philip Moulthrop through a unique collaboration with the Embassy of Panama. The works are part of a series of twenty-five turned-wood vessels made from wood submerged during the construction of the Bayano Dam in 1976. The dam is the second-largest power source in Panama.

      Working with the company Wooderra, The Embassy of Panama coordinated the donation of the submerged timber and facilitated this cultural partnership in which the work of American artists highlights the natural beauty of Panama’s flora. The Carter Library was picked for the exhibit because of President Carter’s long relationship with Panama. In 1977, President Carter and General Omar Torrijos signed the Torrijos-Carter Treaties returning control of the Canal to Panama after 1999. Panama was also the first country to have its elections monitored by The Carter Center.

    • Nathaniel Rich - “Losing Earth: A Recent History”
      Author Programs April 18, 2019


      Carter Presidential Library & Museum Theater

      Free and Open to the Public

      The New York Times Magazine devoted an entire issue to Nathaniel Rich’s investigation of the 10-year period from 1979 to 1989 when humankind first understood climate change and came close to solving it. Now a full-length book, “Losing Earth: A Recent History” is poised to become an instant classic: the most urgent story of our times, brilliantly re-framed, and beautifully told.

      Brought to you in part by Southface, the premier organization for sustainability in the Southeast, Rich will be in conversation with Andrea Pinabell. The event is free and open to the public, but in order to guarantee a seat, you must pre-order the book from A Cappella by purchasing a ticket here on the Freshtix Events site (convenience fee applies) or at the shop (no fee). The first 50 people who purchase a book/ticket are also invited to join us for a reception for Mr. Rich at Manuel’s Tavern from 5:30-6:30 on April 18.