Places you should visit atleast once in Atlanta
Spread across 33 acres in Atlanta's trendy Buckhead neighborhood, the Atlanta History Center seeks to explore Georgia's..
Atlanta History Center
Walk in the footsteps of one of history's most important figures with a visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park
Adjacent to the Atlanta Botanical Garden in Midtown, Piedmont Park is the perfect place to spend a lazy – or active..
The Fox Theatre is more than a performance venue – it's one of the city's most iconic landmarks
Atlanta's Fox Theatre
The Atlanta BeltLine is an in-progress, citywide network of 22 miles of streetcar rails, 33 miles of trails (for..
For an in-depth look at the American civil rights movement and ongoing human rights struggles across the world, check out the National Center for..
National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Situated less than 2 miles southeast of downtown Atlanta and spanning 48 acres, Oakland Cemetery reflects city's role in..
Located across the street from the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta is Centennial Olympic Park, a 22-acre patch of land that features..
Centennial Olympic Park
Explore the prehistoric and present-day natural worlds at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Once home to a Sears, Roebuck & Co
Ponce City Market
Considered one of the world's largest aquariums, the Georgia Aquarium boasts more than 100,000 animals from 500 species..
The Atlanta Botanical Garden should be every plant lover's first stop in the city
Atlanta Botanical Garden
The nearly 70,000-square-foot Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum houses millions of pages of material and..
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
Spread across 3,200 acres, Stone Mountain Park boasts a variety of attractions
Stone Mountain Park
Krog Street Market is a food hall housed in a former stove factory (which later became studios for Tyler Perry's films..
Krog Street Market
As its name suggests, World of Coca-Cola is a museum dedicated entirely to the famous soda
World of Coca-Cola
The High Museum of Art's aesthetics begin with the physical structure itself
High Museum of Art
The Michael C
Michael C. Carlos Museum
Atlanta has more sports arena offerings than just Truist Park, home to the famous Braves
Since Truist Park's opening in 2017, thousands of fans have ventured to the stadium to cheer on their favorite Major League Baseball team, the Atlanta..
The Delta Flight Museum offers a variety of interactive, aviation-focused exhibits, including the country’s sole..
Delta Flight Museum
The Atlanta History Center offers tours of the Margaret Mitchell House, where the namesake author penned her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, "Gone with..
Margaret Mitchell House
Recognized worldwide for its theatrical and programming ingenuity, the Center for Puppetry Arts preserves and celebrates..
Center for Puppetry Arts
What sets Atlanta's zoo apart from other wildlife exhibits is its panda population: Zoo Atlanta is one of only three zoos in the U
This massive national recreation area is actually 15 individual land units connected by 48 miles of the Chattahoochee..
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Located just south of the Georgia Aquarium and across the street from Centennial Olympic Park, the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame offers..
College Football Hall of Fame
Whether you're a budding journalist or a fan of the network, odds are you'll enjoy touring CNN's headquarters
CNN Studio Tours
Families and photography enthusiasts alike will love visiting SkyView Atlanta