Atlanta Botanical Garden
Experience a lush, urban oasis at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Enjoy walking through the Orchid Display House or across the Canopy Walk, a 600-foot suspension bridge. Check for special events taking place such as Cocktails in the Garden, the summer music series or one of Atlanta’s most famed holiday lighting displays.
Atlanta History Center
Watch the past come to life at the Atlanta History Center. Housing the largest collection of Civil War memorabilia in the Southeast, the Atlanta History Center guides you through Atlanta’s fall and rise as an International City. Tour the acres of gardens, then take a run on the basketball hardwood from the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games held in Atlanta.
Centennial Olympic Park
Centennial Olympic Park, housed in the center of Atlanta’s downtown convention and entertainment district, serves as Atlanta’s legacy from the 1996 Olympic Games. Visit the urban green space and make a splash in the Fountain of Rings or have a picnic in the lush grass. Centennial Olympic Park is a true must-see attraction!
Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame
Find your team on the Helmet Wall, punt a football to score a field goal, and view sports history from the 52-foot touch screen wall at Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame. The Hall honors its inductees while engaging fans through celebration of their favorite teams and love for the game.
Escape into an underwater paradise at Georgia Aquarium where you can see the world’s largest fish, whale sharks, as well as belugas, dolphin, otters and more. Take a behind the scenes tour or indulge in one of the animal encounters where you can swim with the whale sharks, pet a beluga or get up close with a penguin.
High Museum of Art
Mingle with the masters at the High Museum of Art, the foremost art museum in the Southeast. The High, located in the middle of Midtown Atlanta’s Arts District, features several permanent collections as well as high-profile traveling exhibits. Make the High Museum of Art a stop on your Atlanta visit!
MLK Jr. National Historical Park
Take a journey through Martin Luther King Jr.’s storied life as the leader of the Civil Rights Movement. Start with a guided tour of his birth home, then make a stop in the original Ebenezer Baptist Church and the theater where visitors can view Civil Rights films.
Stone Mountain Park
There is a reason Stone Mountain Park is the most-visited attraction in Georgia! Go hiking, biking or jogging, take in 18 holes of golf, complete the ropes course, catch a movie projected onto the mountain and enjoy the spectacular nightly laser show! Stone Mountain offers something for everyone!
World of Coca-Cola
What do you get when the world’s most iconic brand builds a museum dedicated to a soft drink? Well, the World of Coca-Cola of course! Take in tons of Coca-Cola memorabilia and visit the tasting room, where guests travel the globe by sipping more than 60 varieties of Coca-Cola from around the world.
Lions, tigers and bears! Oh my! But if you’re at Zoo Atlanta, you also get a chance to see twin giant pandas, elephants and maybe even a kangaroo! Animal lovers of all ages unite to explore the habitats of more than 1,000 animals. Zoo Atlanta is a must-see destination for the animal lover in all of us.