3 Day Atlanta Pop Culture Tour
Day 1 You'll See:
- World of Coca-Cola
- Georgia Aquarium
- Centennial Olympic Park
- The Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour
- Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
Day 2 You'll See:
- Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
- The Atlanta Botanical Garden
- The High Museum of Art
- Fernbank Museum of Natural History
- An evening at The Fox Theatre
Day 3 You'll See:
World of Coca-Cola
The world’s most popular drink has quite a story, and oversize, colorful exhibits share every detail in this exciting museum that includes a 4-D theater, classic ads, a fully-functioning bottling station (with samples!), and a gift shop.
More than eight million gallons of water showcase over 120,000 animals in the world’s largest aquarium. Whale sharks are a popular favorite among the exciting species inside.
Centennial Olympic Park
Visit the Fountain of Rings that still commemorates the 1996 Olympic Games. Enjoy Fourth Saturday Family Fun days from April through September, explore the grounds and Visitors Center, or take in Music at Noon every Tuesday and Thursday while it's warm.
The Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour
This exciting behind-the-scenes tour of CNN’s global headquarters takes you to the middle of the action. You’ll learn more about the newsroom, the weather map, and how headlines are brought to life.
Jimmy Carter Library & Museum
See the library that includes a replica of the Oval Office, Jimmy Carter’s Nobel Peace Prize, and traveling exhibitions.
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum
Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone with the Wind in this Midtown apartment. The accompanying museum includes exclusive photographs and movie memorabilia like the actual doorway of Tara from the movie set.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden
Be inspired by famous tropical orchids, 15 acres of outdoor display gardens, the Fuqua Conservatory, and an expansive children’s garden and maze.
The High Museum of Art
The works of Van Gogh and Michelangelo have graced these halls as well as Picasso, Degas, and Elton John’s private photography collection. Galleries include European and American paintings, African, folk and 20th-century art and photography.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Enjoy innovative exhibits and programming in the largest collection of natural history galleries in the Southeast. You won’t want to miss the IMAX as well.
An evening at The Fox Theatre
While you’re in Atlanta, this opulent theater could be showing a Broadway musical, the Atlanta Ballet, the summer movie festival, or a concert. No matter what, you’ll love the lavish decorations and indoor Arabian courtyard and ornate period furnishings.
Spend your last Atlanta hours in one of its most popular neighborhoods for shopping, dining, and nightlife. Your group will love the renovated 1920s homes and tree-lined avenues. Activities include ethnic and chef-owned restaurants, antique shops, art galleries, spas and salons, boutiques and a selection of bars and pubs.