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Have a look inside T.I.’s Trap Music museum

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“This isn’t your typical museum.”

That’s Trap Music Museum general manager Krystal Garner, telling Curbed Atlanta about one of the Westside’s hottest new attractions.

And she’s right; the Trap Music Museum, located on English Avenue’s Travis Street, in “the Bluff,” doesn’t welcome patrons with pamphlets or maps. There are no prehistoric curators droning on about days past.

The first thing visitors see when they stroll into the somewhat unassuming stone- and wood-clad structure is a to-scale replica of a pint-sized convenience store—the kind you can still find all over much of non-gentrified Atlanta.

Expect the usual accouterments: Sodas, candies, rolling papers, glass pipes.

See it all here in the stack.

To find out more about T.I.’s Trap Museum and Escape Room, click here.

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