Who knew a monkey could get culture at ATL?
Kongo spends a lot of time traveling through Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Sometimes he’s scampering between terminals to catch a tight connection but frequently he has an hour or so to make the next gate call. In these cases, Kongo shuns the train and walks between terminals to get a bit of culture.
Between the A and B terminals are a number of carved statues from Zimbabwe that Kongo is particularly fond of.
In the E terminal there are flying corn cobs and fashion exhibits made from recycled materials.
Between the A and T terminals there is a photography exhibit of arctic landscapes (Kongo doesn’t go there) and in T terminal just past security are hundreds of pictures made by Atlanta school children.
Next time you’re passing through ATL take some time to explore. Check it all out here.
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