World of Coca-Cola
Discover the story behind the famous soft drink through colorful exhibits, a 4-D theater, classic ads and a fully-functioning bottling station. Taste more than 70 Coca-Cola products from around the world then capture the magic for home in the Coca Cola gift shop.
More than 120,000 animals of 500 different species make an appearance in the world’s largest aquarium. Baluga whales and whale sharks are just two of thrills you’ll find in these eight million gallons of water.
Centennial Olympic Park
Home to the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, the park today features the Fountain of Rings and a variety of events. Music at Noon is a popular, free concert series every Tuesday and Thursday when it’s warm.
Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour
Go behind-the-scenes of an actual CNN newsroom, see what it takes to put a news broadcast together and learn how the weather map works.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site and Sweet Auburn
This site is made up of a visitors center that tells the story of Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement plus the activist’s burial site. You’ll also visit the restored King Birth Home and Ebenezer Baptist Church, where three generations of the King family preached.
Optional: Visit the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum instead with a replica of Carter’s Oval Office, Jimmy Carter’s Nobel Peace Prize, and various traveling exhibitions.
Depending on the season enjoy the Atlanta Braves baseball game and the Braves Museum & Hall of Fame or cheer at an NBA Atlanta Hawks basketball game at Philips Arena.
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
Visit the apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind, including exclusive photographs and movie memorabilia from the set.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Enjoy fifteen acres of outdoor gardens, beautiful flowers and plants, and the Butterfly Pavilion, plus much more.
High Museum of Art
This museum features European and American paintings, special exhibitions, African, decorative, folk and 20th century art and photography.
Center for Puppetry Arts
Dazzling sets and the artistry of puppetry from several different areas.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Home to some of the world’s largest dinosaur fossils, an IMAX theater, and more.
Stone Mountain Park
Spend the day at Georgia’s most visited attraction, drawing nearly 4 million visitors each year. More than 3,300 acres of natural beauty plus a variety of attractions and entertainment make up this unique park and perfect group travel destination. Attractions include the 1870s town of Crossroads, Georgia’s only 4-D theater, and Atlanta’s largest children’s indoor play experience.