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Entertainment in Atlanta

What to do in Atlanta

When you visit this attractive city, we guarantee that you will enjoy “live only in Atlanta” experiences and make your trip unforgettable. These attractions are ideal for the whole family and will make your stay full of memorable memories.

If you have a limited budget to purchase a pass to the Atlanta CityPASS, which will allow you to access several of the main attractions of Atlanta.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Marvel at a spectacular urban oasis in the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Enjoy a walk through the Orchid Park at the Orchid Display House or dare to tour the dizzying Canopy Walk suspension bridge. Check in advance for the special events program that features, for example, fun cocktails in the garden or the creative series of summer musical activities.

Atlanta History Center

The past comes alive at the Atlanta History Center. With the largest collection of Civil War relics in the southeastern United States, The Atlanta History Center will guide you through Times of fall and emergence as an international city. Visit the historic Swan House, the extensive gardens, and take the opportunity to race on the Centennial basketball court of the 1996 Olympic Games.

Centennial Olympic Park

The Centennial Olympic Park, located in the heart of the Downtown Atlanta Convention and entertainment district, serves as the Atlanta legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games. Visit the city parks and refresh yourself at the Fountain Of The Rings or enjoy a picnic in this lush green paradise (there’s even a restaurant in the center of the park!).

Center for Civil and Human Rights

The Center for Civil and Human Rights, located a few steps from the Centennial Olympic Park, analyses the relationship between the civil rights movement in the United States and current human rights issues through cutting-edge interactive exhibitions and experiences.

CNN Studio Tours

Are you addicted to the news? Do you want to know the backstage secrets of the story or maybe take a look at a CNN anchor? With the CNN studio tour, you can have both! The headquarters of this news giant is located in Atlanta, where guided tours are offered every day to discover the exciting world hidden behind the cameras of these independent studios.

Georgia Aquarium

Dive into a water paradise in the Georgia Aquarium where you can see great fish, whale sharks, belugas, dolphins, otters and much more. Take the guided tours to learn the secrets of this impressive aquarium or enjoy interacting with animals, where you can swim with whale sharks, caress a beluga or approach a penguin.

High Museum of Art

Mix with the most outstanding artists at the High Art Museum, the most important art museum in the southeast United States. At the High, located in the heart of the Midtown Arts District, you can enjoy various permanent collections, as well as temporary exhibitions of famous artists.

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

Scroll through the exciting life of King as a leader of the Civil Rights Movement in the National Historic Site Martin Luther King Jr. Start with a guided tour of your home and stop at the original Ebenezer Baptist Church. This emblematic place is part of a national park, and you will appreciate many exhibitions that highlight the most decisive moments of King’s life and the movement.

Stone Mountain Park

The reason why the fantastic Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s busiest attraction is because it offers activities for all audiences! Thanks to the unique number of hiking, biking, and running trails, staying active on Stone Mountain is a simple task. Try your handicap with the 18 holes of golf, complete the tour of the trees, or enjoy a film projected on the mountain.

World of Coca-Cola

What happens when the world’s best-known brand builds a museum dedicated to a soda? You get the world of Coca-Cola, of course! Just walk through the door and enter the House of happiness. Delight yourself with lots of brand memories and a short film that we guarantee will make you smile. Cheer up in the tasting room, where you can go around the world testing more than 60 Coca-Cola varieties from all over the world.

Zoo Atlanta

Lions, tigers and bears! Oh my god! At the Atlanta zoo you can also see giant twin pandas, elephants and maybe even a kangaroo! Animal lovers of all ages cannot miss the opportunity to see more than 1,500 animals of more than 200 different species. In fact, the Atlanta zoo is one of the four zoos in the United States to house giant pandas.