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Atlanta AttractionsAtlanta Attractions - In Atlanta you are in an area with many amazing sights and attractions. You will definitely wish to take in the following places on your excursions of the best of the Atlanta Tourism Attractions. The Centennial Olympic Park was created for the 1996 Olympic Games held in Atlanta. The Centennial Olympic Park has over 21 acres of land and half a million commemorative flags and bricks that honor aspects of the nation. Another of the major Atlanta Attractions is Underground Atlanta, which is an underground mall that covers six city blocks. Shopping, dining and entertainment, over one hundred different places will keep you very busy for hours when you visit this attraction.

One of the best Atlanta tourist attractions is the High Museum of Art which houses the city of Atlanta’s finest collection of modern and contemporary art and The Fembank Museum of Natural History which has a 315 seat IMAX theatre inside of it and the Great Hall has a skylight that is 86 feet to the top. You will spend wonderful hours in these two places alone. Information on other museums is in the Museum Section of this Atlanta Guide. Other great Atlanta attractions include the Botanical Gardens that has 15 acres of wonderful gardens for you to admire and the Atlanta Zoo one of the star Atlanta tourism attractions - at the Zoo you can enjoy a great afternoon. Coca Cola is Atlanta’s most famous discovery! You can visit the home of Coca Cola and see where is made and learn all about it. At the end of the tour you can taste the different Coca Cola products and you can see it all in the World of Coca Cola Museum. A great attraction in Atlanta City, no matter what your age.

Below we have listed out our choices for the best Atlanta tourist attractions and it is a guide for you with information. There are plenty more sights and attractions for you to choose from so put on your comfortable shoes and go out and see the city.

Centennial Olympic Park
285 International Blvd NW
This park is a dream area for all ages. There is so much to do there nowadays and it is just a riot of activities and action from the Summer Noon Concerts to the Ice Skating Rink during November and December. There is a Fountain Show with sprays of water dancing to specially selected music - a great Atlanta Attraction for all ages. The Centennial Olympic Park is huge and has transformed a large tract of land right in the centre of Atlanta city. .

Underground Atlanta
50 Upper Alabama Street
Atlanta, GA 30303-3192
404 523 2311
Open Hours: M-Sa, 10a-9p; Su, 11a-6p Underground Atlanta is an underground shopping centre that allows you shop till you drop - or run out of cash - it covers six blocks and has dining, entertainment, clubs and pubs, This attraction is right under Atlanta so take your time and enjoy it.

Atlanta Botanical Gardens
1345 Piedmont Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30309-3366
Open Hours: Apr-Sep: 9am-7pm Tue-Sun; Oct-Mar: 9am-6pm Tue-Sun; closed Mon The Atlanta Botanical Gardens is a wonderful blaze of colour during many months of the year. It has all kind of activities in its fifteen acres of plants and blooms, shurbs and trees. Enjoy the lovely beauty of the flowers and the delicious fragrances as you walk through. There is also a series of exhibits, talks and shows and there is also a moonlight garden.

Georgia's Stone Mountain State Park
Atlanta, GA
Georgia’s Stone Mountain State Park is open 6am-midnight daily; Attractions: 10am-closing daily (closing times vary seasonally). This is one of the world’s only exposed granite mountain and the park has 3,200 acres of land. You can go by sky lift to the top, 825 ft up for some wonderful views of the Atlanta area.

Zoo Atlanta
800 Cherokee Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30315-1440
404 624 5600
The Zoo Atlanta houses the most impressive collection of wildlife in the entire Northeast. Some of the sights include daily elephant demonstrations. Open Hours: 9:30am-4:30pm Mon-Fri; 9:30am-5:30pm Sat-Sun and the grounds stay open one hour after closing. You will want to spend the afternoon seeing all there is to see.

Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30305-1380
404 814 4000
Open Hours: 10am-5:30pm Monday to Saturday and on Sunday - noon-5:30pm. This Atlanta Attraction has thirty acres of gardens that cover the land and follows the areas history all the way from the Civil War. The Tullie Smith Farm and the Swan House are sights to see also and there are several restaurants on the site for your dining pleasure.

World of Coca Cola
55 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SE
Atlanta, GA 30312-2009
404 676-5151
The World of Coca Cola is open during these hours: Jun-Aug: 9am-6pm Mon-Sat; 11am-6pm Sun; Sep-May: 9am-5pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun. Coca Cola was Atlanta’s most famous discovered soft drink so come in and see the place where you can learn all about it. At the end of the tour you can taste the different Coca Cola products.

Georgia State Capitol
Atlanta, GA
404 656 2844
Open Hours: 9am-4pm Mon-Sat; noon-4pm Sun The Georgia State Capitol has been named a National Historic Landmark in 1977. This great Atlanta Tourism attraction houses the might of Georgia’s history inside it. It has a golden dome that is 240 feet from its rotunda and you'll also find the Georgia State Museum of Science and Industry inside on the 1st and fourth floors and here you'll find great tours around the Museum.


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