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Atlanta CityPASS is a ticket booklet that saves 46% on admission to the 5 best attractions in Atlanta.

Plan Your Visit to Atlanta

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CityPASS Attraction Details

Address & Hours

Georgia Aquarium

225 Baker Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

(404) 581-4000

georgiaaquarium.org

Sun-Fri, 10am-5pm; Sat, 9am-6pm

Open 365 days a year.
Hours of operation vary; extended hours for holidays and special events.
Check for early closure info for your travel dates; see details.

World of Coca-Cola

121 Baker Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

(800) 676-COKE (2653)
(404) 676-5151

worldofcoca-cola.com

Summer (Jun 16-Aug 10): Mon-Fri, 9am-7:30pm; Sat, 9am-8:30pm; Sun, 10am-7:30pm

Non-Summer: Sun-Thu, 10am-6:30pm; Fri-Sat, 9am-6:30pm

Last entry 1 1/2 hours before closing.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Check for early closure info for your travel dates; see details.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

190 Marietta Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30303

(877) 4CNN-TOUR
(877) 426-6868
(404) 827-2300

cnn.com

Open daily, 9am-5pm

55-minute tours depart every 10 minutes; last tour at 5pm.

Closed Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Zoo Atlanta

800 Cherokee Ave., SE
Atlanta, GA 30315

(404) 624-WILD (9453)

zooatlanta.org

Open daily, 9:30am-5:30pm

Ticket booths close at 4:30pm.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Atlanta History Center

Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30305

In the heart of Buckhead

(404) 814-4000

atlantahistorycenter.com

Mon-Sat, 10am-5:30pm

Sun, noon-5:30pm

Last historic house tour begins at 4pm

Special holiday hours apply, see details

Margaret Mitchell House
990 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

(404) 249-7015

margaretmitchellhouse.com

Mon-Sat, 10am-5:30pm

Sun, noon-5:30pm

Last Margaret Mitchell house tour begins at 4:30pm

Special holiday hours apply, see details

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

767 Clifton Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

(404) 929-6300

fernbankmuseum.org

Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm

Sun, noon-5pm

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

High Museum of Art

1280 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

Between 15th & 16th streets, Midtown

(404) 733-5000

high.org

Mon-Thu, Sat, 10am-5pm

Fri, 10am-9pm

Sun, noon-5pm

Friday Jazz (3rd Friday of month, except in Dec): 5pm-10pm.

Closed Mondays and holidays.

CityPASS Admission

Georgia Aquarium

Deepo Pass with Expedited Entry, AT&T Dolphin Tales show,* Deepo’s 3D Wondershow, and admission to special exhibitions.*
*Based on availability

World of Coca-Cola

General admission and 4-D Theater, plus a complimentary keepsake bottle from the museum dedicated to the world’s favorite soda-pop.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

One timed-entry studio tour to journey to the heart of CNN’s global headquarters.

Zoo Atlanta

General admission to see 1,000 animals, representing more than 200 species from around the world, plus an All Rides wristband.

Atlanta History Center

General admission to the South’s most interactive history museum, including the Atlanta History Museum, Smith Family Farm, Swan House, gardens & trails, and the Centennial Olympic Games Museum. Plus, Margaret Mitchell House admission if visited within 9 days of Atlanta History Center.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

General admission, all special exhibits and an IMAX film at this world-class natural history museum.

High Museum of Art

General admission and next available timed-entry admission to the Southeast’s largest art museum including entry to all special exhibits.

Highlights

Georgia Aquarium
  • Deepo Pass with Expedited Entry
  • One of the largest living reef exhibits in the world
  • See beluga whales, sea otters, penguins in Georgia-Pacific Coldwater Quest
  • Interactive touch pools full of horseshoe crabs, sea stars, stingrays and shrimp
  • The AT&T Dolphin Tales theater show – a moving tribute to the connection between humans and dolphins
  • CityPASS includes Deepo's Undersea 3D Wondershow
World of Coca-Cola
  • Sample more than 60 beverages Coca-Cola markets around the planet.
  • The Pop Culture Gallery celebrates Coca-Cola with artwork by Norman Rockwell and Andy Warhol.
  • Secret Formula 4-D Theater included with CityPASS
  • Take home a complimentary keepsake bottle.
Inside CNN Studio Tour
  • 55-minute guided walking tour
  • CNN’s global headquarters serving more than 1 billion people in 212 countries
  • Ascend the world’s longest freestanding escalator.
  • Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the working studios of The Worldwide Leader in News.
  • Studio 7E — Watch yourself on the big screen as you try your hand at a "cold reading" of the news.
Zoo Atlanta
  • 1,500 animals, representing more than 200 species from around the world
  • CityPASS includes an All Rides wristband for access to the Nabisco Endangered Species Carousel, Rock Climber: a 24-foot-high rock wall, and a bounce house.
  • Live animal shows and Keeper Talks
Atlanta History Center
  • Turning Point: The American Civil War, one of the nation's largest and most complete Civil War exhibitions
  • Smith Family Farm & Swan House
  • Centennial Olympic Games Museum
  • Margaret Mitchell House admission is included with CityPASS, if visited within 9 days of Atlanta History Center.
  • The award-winning Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones exhibition
  • 22 acres of beautiful woodlands and gardens
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
  • An Argentinosaurus, the largest classified dinosaur
  • A million Native American artifacts from the Georgia barrier island, St. Catherines
  • A Walk Through Time in Georgia educates you about Georgia's evolution in 18 entertaining galleries.
  • Sensing Nature — Interactive exploration of light, sound and our senses
  • CityPASS includes entry to all special exhibits.
  • Experience an IMAX film — included with CityPASS.
High Museum of Art
  • The High Museum of Art is the Southeast’s largest art museum.
  • CityPASS includes entry to all special exhibits.
  • The High’s collections offer a journey through time and across continents.
  • African Art Collections include masks, figurative sculpture, beadwork, metalwork and ceramic arts.
  • Guests may exchange their CityPASS ticket for admission to Friday Night Jazz, an evening of art and music every third Friday of the month with extended hours and full gallery access including special exhibitions.
  • Guests may exchange their CityPASS ticket for admission to Culture Shock, an after-hours event connected to the Museum's special exhibitions where you might experience DJs, bands, fashion shows, or even a circus, as well as food, drinks, surprises and great art. Find upcoming dates for Culture Shock on the events calendar.

CityPASS Entry

Please read each attraction's instructions on how and where to present your CityPASS booklet. Some attractions may exchange your CityPASS ticket for one of their own.

Georgia Aquarium

Present CityPASS booklet inside at the scanners to skip the main ticket line. Present voucher at the Will Call window, then proceed to scanners. Next, visit the information desk or 4D Theater desk to select your AT&T Dolphin Tales show times.

World of Coca-Cola

Present CityPASS booklet at entry and pass through the security screening area to begin your self-guided tour. Exchange your CityPASS voucher at ticket box office for a CityPASS booklet: then proceed to the entry.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the Inside CNN box office, centrally located in the CNN atrium, where you will receive a time-specific tour ticket. Phone reservations are accepted weekdays during business hours and recommended weekends, summer and holidays, (404) 827-2300.

Zoo Atlanta

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the main admission gate or express entry gate. Note: express entry lines are usually shorter.

Atlanta History Center

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at Atlanta History Center or Margaret Mitchell House main entrance admission desk. Visit either location first and receive a ticket for the second location to be used within 9 days.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at the Will Call window.

High Museum of Art

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at Wieland Pavilion admission desk. Look for the vouchers, Will Call, and CityPASS signs to skip the main ticket line. Then proceed to the main entrance line to enter the exhibition hall.

Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS

Georgia Aquarium

Sea Monsters Revealed: Aquatic Bodies
Open through December 31, 2014
This extraordinary exhibition of the world's largest plastinated sea creatures makes its public debut at Georgia Aquarium, unveiling a unique look at the mystery and magic of the deep sea. It invites guests to see both outside and inside the bodies of the most remarkable and elusive aquatic life ever discovered. Deemed 'sea monsters' centuries ago by early oceanic explorers, the specimens in this exhibition help guests understand how these animals were designed for the deep. The exhibition includes a 6-foot-wide devil ray, a 15-foot-long mako shark and quite notably, an 18-foot-long, 3,000 pound whale shark. Many, including both the ray and whale shark, are species of which living examples can be viewed in Georgia Aquarium's permanent habitats. All specimens in the exhibition are authentic, stunning examples of the mysteries which lie under the surface and beyond the shoreline.

World of Coca-Cola

American Originals: Norman Rockwell and Coca-Cola
Open through May 2014
From 1928 to 1935, The Coca-Cola Company commissioned Norman Rockwell to create six oil paintings that were developed into a variety of finished marketing pieces. Of those six original paintings, only three are in the Company’s hands today and are now on display at the World of Coca-Cola for the first time. The three original artworks – Barefoot Boy, Out Fishin and Concert on the Steps – are accompanied by other Rockwell calendars, advertising materials and works that were not used in Coca-Cola advertising. The other three original paintings, The Old Oaken Bucket, Wholesome Refreshment and Office Boy – 4 p.m. – The Pause That Refreshes, are currently missing from The Coca-Cola Company’s collection. They may be privately owned, or may have been lost over the years. The exhibit displays marketing materials from more than 80 years ago that are based on the original paintings – the only evidence the Company has of the three lost works of art.

Atlanta History Center

Stars Fall on Atlanta: The Premiere of Gone With the Wind
Now on view at the Margaret Mitchell House, this exhibition highlights events and people in Atlanta surrounding the world premiere of the motion picture version of Margaret Mitchell’s novel in December 1939.

Following in the Bartrams’ Footsteps
Open through June 17, 2014
Features world-class contemporary botanical artwork depicting plants discovered and introduced by early American explorers John and William Bartram. The plant portraits reflect the Bartram’s passionate observation and discovery of nature, which has influenced generations of artists and explorers throughout the world.

The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey, Where Art and History Intersect
Open through July 13, 2014
The Kinsey Collection includes artifacts and works of art commemorating the artistic, historic, and cultural contributions and progress of African Americans. The exhibition seeks to dispel myths and promote dialogue about the role of African Americans in the making of America. The exhibit includes over one hundred thirty items, featuring select, never before displayed artifacts, such as a first edition of Solomon Northrup’s 12 Years a Slave, the basis of the Academy Award-winning film. The exhibition’s combination of original documents, rare books, paintings and other works of art, early photographs, and modern sculptures creates a unique and diverse experience, bringing history to life through art and artifacts.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Whales: Giants of the Deep
Open through August 24, 2014
Plunge into the mysterious world of whales and explore their relationship with humans. Featuring a unique blend of science and storytelling, this interactive exhibition is filled with whale songs, traditional Maori legends from the South Pacific, beautiful artifacts, enormous whale skeletons up to 58-feet-long, and unique experiences such as climbing through a life-sized model of whale heart as big as a car.

Birds of the Bali Aviary
Open through August 24, 2014
This exhibition features color photos taken by photographer Frank Sharp in the Taman Burung Bali Bird Park, situated in the Papua rainforest in southern Bali, Indonesia. The park plays a key role in protecting and conserving Indonesia’s endangered wildlife and also includes species from Africa, Australia and the Americas.

High Museum of Art

Abelardo Morell: The Universe Next Door
Open through May 18, 2014
Photographer Abelardo Morell's inventive career is driven by creative discovery. He has conceived of new ways of looking at everyday objects and harnessed the basic principles of optics to create unexpected and mesmerizing photographs. The Universe Next Door is a major retrospective and presents more than one hundred of Morell's works, including a new series commissioned by the High.

Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas
May 21 - September 7, 2014
This major exhibition of innovative automotive design will bring together 17 concept cars from across Europe and the U.S., including some of the rarest and most imaginative cars designed by Ferrari, Bugatti, General Motors and Porsche. Dream Cars will feature cars from the early 1930s to the 21st century that pushed the limits of imagination and foreshadowed the future of design. The exhibition will pair conceptual drawings, patents and scale models with realized cars, demonstrating how their experimental designs advanced ideas of progress and changed the automobile from an object of function to a symbol of future possibilities.

Upgrades for CityPASS Holders

Georgia Aquarium

Quick Dip Tour: Cost for CityPASS holders: $14.

Animal Interactions & Swim and Dive Programs: Upgrade for an additional fee.

World of Coca-Cola

VIP Guided Tour: Cost for CityPASS holders: $14 (a $30 value). Note: VIP Guided Tours are available every day at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, based on next availability.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

Inside CNN VIP Tour: Cost for CityPASS holders: $20 ($35 retail value), not available to children under 12. The tour runs three times a day and is limited to 12 people.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Martinis & IMAX: A classy, all-adult evening museum experience
6:30pm-11pm, Fridays (except in Dec)
Cost for CityPASS holders: $13; food and drink available for purchase.
Reservations: (404) 929-6400 or fernbankmuseum.org.

Advice for Visitors

During high travel seasons such as holidays and summer, entry lines can be longer than usual. Please keep this in mind when planning your visits to the attractions.

Georgia Aquarium
  • The best time to visit is Sunday – Thursday; visit earlier or later in the day.
  • Advance booklet purchase will speed your entry.
  • Admission to AT&T Dolphin Tales requires a timed-entry ticket and is subject to availability. Visit the information desk or 4D Theater desk to select your show time - they do sell out. Find out show times for your visit date in advance by calling (404) 581-4000.
  • Deepo's Underseas 3D Wondershow runs every 1/2 hour and does not require reservations.
  • Bring a pair of socks for kids to wear while playing in the children's play area, Georgia Explorer gallery.
  • Check out the Georgia Aquarium’s Kids Corner online for a variety of fun activities like online games, webcams, Growing Guppies toddler program that you can do before, during and after your trip to the aquarium; see details.
World of Coca-Cola
  • An Atlanta CityPASS admission ticket grants you next-available entry.
  • The best time to visit is before 11am or after 3pm.
Inside CNN Studio Tour
  • Visitors are assigned specific tour times. We recommend making advance reservations during busy times such as in summer, weekends and holidays: Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm ET, (404) 827-2300.
  • Without advance reservations, visit the box office in the morning to secure your timed entry, which will help you plan your day.
  • Breaking news is unpredictable; however, your best chance to see a live broadcast is weekdays from 10am-3pm.
  • Same-day tickets subject to availability – call for information.
Zoo Atlanta
  • Many of the Zoo’s animals are more active – and visible – in the morning or during scheduled feedings.
  • Check a zoo map for scheduled keeper talks, feedings, free-flight bird show, or training demonstrations. Some are weather dependent.
  • Don’t hesitate to talk to Zoo volunteers, docents or staff. They’re happy to provide information and tips.
  • Zoo Atlanta has partnered with the Atlanta Checker Cab Company to offer free cab rides from participating hotels to the Zoo (and from the Zoo back to the hotel); see details.
Atlanta History Center
  • The paths and trails are inviting; wear comfortable shoes.
  • Check out tour times at both historic houses – Swan House and Smith Family Farm – when you arrive so you can plan your route accordingly.
  • Includes admission to Margaret Mitchell House. Start your visit at either museum then visit the second within 9 days for free.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
  • Fernbank Forest self-guided tours are temporarily unavailable while the preserve undergoes ecological restoration. Guided education team programs allow visitors to experience Fernbank Forest and the woodland areas directly behind the Museum during restoration. Also, free self-guided tours are available in Fernbank Museum’s nearby Deepdene and Dellwood Parks along Ponce de Leon Avenue.
  • The museum is popular with school groups on weekday mornings. They generally depart by mid-afternoon.
  • Preview the latest IMAX show selection and schedules; see details.
  • Experience Fernbank Museum like never before with the Fernbank Meridian app. This free mobile application uses innovative directional technology to deliver custom content and unique experiences to visitors touring the Museum. Click here for details and download instructions.
High Museum of Art
  • Call or visit high.org to confirm hours and exhibitions on view.

On-site Services

Georgia Aquarium

Parking: 1,600-space parking deck, $10.

Dining: Full lunch menu at Café Aquaria.

Accessibility: Wheelchairs available for no charge at information desk and parking deck 2nd floor. Assisted listening devices available at information desk. Service animals allowed.

Self-Guide: Visitor guide with color maps and exhibits, $2.

Gift Shops: Beyond the Reef, Sand Dollars

Coat Check: Check personal belongings at information desk, $2/item.

World of Coca-Cola

Parking: On-site parking deck; Parking garage at Pemberton Place®, 178 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. Atlanta, GA 30313: $10.

Accessibility: Wheelchairs available at main entrance; free. Service Dogs allowed.
Handheld text and audio devices, Braille guide maps available at Guest Services desk.

Self-Guide: Multiple language versions of the World of Coca-Cola Guide Map available at ticket windows & Guest Services desk.

Gift Shop: The Coca-Cola Store showcases licensed Coca-Cola merchandise in a surprising, authentic and inspiring way.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

Parking: Convenient covered parking is available in the Centennial Parking Deck on the corner of Centennial Olympic Park Drive and Marietta Street. Show your CNN Tour ticket stub for $2 off parking.

Accessibility: The Inside CNN Studio Tour is a 55-minute walking tour that descends 8 flights of stairs. For accessibility assistance, please call (404) 827-2300 at least 72 hours in advance to make a reservation.
Elevator-assisted tours, daily, 10:30am, 1:30pm and 3:30pm. Reservations required; maximum 10 wheelchairs per tour.
All requests for visual or hearing accommodation and sign language interpreters may be referred to (404) 827-2300 for reservations and information.

Languages: Guided tour conducted in English. Written translations available in other languages.

Gift Shop: Take home a piece of CNN from The CNN Store.

Photography: Not allowed on tour; souvenir photos taken by CNN staff available for purchase.

Strollers: Not allowed on tour; eight flights of stairs require children walk or be held by parents.

Zoo Atlanta

Parking: Free parking.

Dining: Wild Planet Café, Nathan's Famous, Willie B's, Flamingo Joe's

Accessibility: Wheelchairs available for rent: $8. Service animals allowed.

Gift Shops: Zoo Atlanta Trading Company, Pandamonium

Strollers: Available for rent: single, $8; double, $10 ($2 deposit).

Atlanta History Center

Accessibility: Atlanta History Center and Margaret Mitchell House are fully accessible to people with disabilities. Paved and unpaved pathways.
Large-print reading materials and subtitled video presentations available at AHC.

Gift Shop: Museum Shop

Strollers: Limited accessibility for strollers

Atlanta History Center

Parking: Parking deck near West Paces Ferry Rd. and Andrews Dr. entrances, free

Dining: Chick-fil-A Coca-Cola Cafe, Swan Coach House Restaurant

Self-Guide: Visitor maps are available in English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.

Margaret Mitchell House

Parking: Limited free parking in Crescent Ave. lot, directly across from the house. Pay parking decks and metered street spaces are available in the immediate area.

Dining: Nearby Midtown eateries

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Parking: Free on-site

Dining: The Fernbank Café

Accessibility: Fully accessible facility; elevators; wheelchair use, free.

Self-Guide: Visitor guides/map at greeter’s station and ticket sales counter.

Gift Shops: Museum Store, Special Exhibition Store

Strollers: Allowed inside exhibitions unless noted; not allowed in IMAX theater. As space permits, stroller parking available at main lobby entrance.

Lockers: Entry level (near restrooms).

High Museum of Art

Parking: Woodruff Arts Center garages: Mon-Fri 7am-5pm, $10; Mon-Fri after 5pm and all day Sat-Sun, $12.

Dining: 1280 Restaurant, High Café, CJ's Cart

Accessibility: Fully accessible. Handicap drop-off: 16th Street. Wheelchairs available from Wieland Pavilion security staff; free.
Group guided tours (sight, hearing or physical disability accommodation) available by reservation: TDD (404) 733-4565.

Self-Guide: Audio guides for some exhibitions: $6, non-members.

Gift Shop: Museum Shop

Photography: Personal-use still photography permitted only in permanent collection galleries; no flash or tripods. Request photo pass from security desk.

Cell Phones: Cell phone use is not permitted in the galleries.

Coat Check: Required to check backpacks, umbrellas and other bulky items; no charge.

Strollers: Permitted in permanent collection galleries, but may be restricted in special exhibition galleries.

Getting There

Georgia Aquarium

MARTA by train: It's a 10-15 minute walk from the CNN Center MARTA stop on the East/West line or from the Peachtree Center stop on the North/South line.

MARTA by bus: Bus #32 from the Five Points or Civic Center MARTA Stations.

World of Coca-Cola

MARTA: Stop W1 — Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center.
Stop N1: Center. About a 10 minute walk from either station.

MARTA by bus: Bus #32 from the Five Points or Civic Center MARTA Stations.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

MARTA: Stop W1 — Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center

Zoo Atlanta

MARTA: Bus #32, from Civic Center Station (Red/Gold Line) serves Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta. From Five Points Station take bus 32/Bouldercrest.

Driving: From I-75/85 exit 246, Fulton Street. Turn right on Capitol Avenue/Hank Aaron Drive. At first light, turn left at Georgia Avenue. Cross Cherokee Avenue to enter parking lot.

Atlanta History Center

Atlanta History Center

MARTA: Take MARTA train to Lenox Station. Transfer to Bus #110 South. Exit at the corner of Peachtree Rd. and Buckhead Ave. Walk to your right, in the direction that the bus came from, on Peachtree Rd. and take your first left onto W. Paces Ferry Rd. Walk 4 blocks and turn left onto Peachtree St. Walk 3 blocks west to the pedestrian entrance.

MARTA by bus: Bus #110 (Lenox) from Arts Center Station. Exit at the corner of Peachtree Rd. and Buckhead Ave. Walk to your right, in the direction that the bus came from, on Peachtree Rd. and take your first left onto W. Paces Ferry Rd. Walk 4 blocks and turn left onto Peachtree St. Walk 3 blocks west to the pedestrian entrance.

Driving: Take I-75/85 to exit 255, West Paces Ferry Road and follow signs.

Margaret Mitchell House

MARTA: Take MARTA train to Midtown rail station. Exit onto 10th St. and walk right on 10th St. for 1 block to the corner of 10th St. and Crescent Ave. NE. MMH is located at 979 Crescent Ave. NE.

Driving: Take I-75/85 to exit 250. Turn right onto 10th St. (From the north, exit and take slight right onto Techwood Dr. NW, then left onto 10th St. NW) Turn right onto Crescent Ave. MMH will be on your left at 979 Crescent Ave. NE.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

MARTA: Take the East/West (blue-line) MARTA train to the Decatur Station; then board Bus #2 (Ponce de Leon). Exit at the intersection of Ponce De Leon/Clifton Road. Walk to the right on Clifton Road and Fernbank will be the first driveway on your right.

Driving: Go North on Peachtree Street to Ponce de Leon Avenue and turn right. Go 3 miles to Clifton Road and turn left. Go 1/10 mile to the museum entrance and turn right.

High Museum of Art

Marta: Take MARTA Red/Gold train Arts Center Station

Driving: For driving directions call (404) 733-4955.

Group Requirements

Unscheduled group visits may create a delay in entry. For your convenience, here is list of attractions with specific group requirements. We strongly recommend that you contact them prior to your visit based on the group sizes indicated below. Please feel welcome to also contact attractions not listed here to ensure a smooth entry.

Georgia Aquarium

Groups of 25 or more: Call (404) 581-4121.

World of Coca-Cola

Groups of 25 or more: Call (404) 676-6074.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

Groups of 20 or more: Call (404) 827-2300.

Atlanta History Center

Groups of 10 or more: Call (404) 814-4062.

Margaret Mitchell House, call (404) 814-2054.

City Information

Transportation

MARTA — Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority

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Enjoy unlimited rides on all MARTA buses and trains with multi-day passes. MARTA makes getting to Atlanta’s most popular attractions quick, easy and without all the headache of traffic. All CityPASS attractions are easily accessible on MARTA. Click for transit information. Find fare information here or call (404) 848-5000.

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Dining

Spotlight: King + Duke — American

Ford Fry's latest restaurant is located in the spot long occupied by Nava; the name is a nod to the characters King and Duke from "Huckleberry Finn." The food is inspired wood-fired cuisine, such as wood-roasted chicken liver toast with onion marmalade and "the duke" burger with coal-roasted onion and mushroom preserve. Learn more

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Alma Cocina, located in the heart of downtown, offers a refreshing approach to modern Mexican cuisine. Fresh ingredients and traditional regional influences come together with other Latin American flavors in a variety of vibrant dishes served for lunch and dinner seven days a week. You’ll also find a strong tequila selection and Latin-influenced cocktails. Learn more

Accomplished and engaging Atlanta chef Philippe Haddad recently took over the kitchen at this rustic neighborhood bistro that serves contemporary French and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, and hand-selected wines and craft cocktails. The menu is simple, but elegant; the white bean soup is to die for. Learn more

The newest venture of Chef/Owner Kevin Rathbun, who claimed the Iron Chef America title by beating Bobby Flay in Battle Elk. Located amid the ADAC West showrooms, the intimate neighborhood restaurant and bar offers a menu of Italian-themed small plates and prime steaks, accompanied by a killer wine list and hand-crafted cocktails. Learn more

The classic American burger joint reimagined. Choose your bun, patty, cheese and toppings. Nitrate-free hot dogs, hand-cut fries, sweet potato fries, organic salads and milkshakes round out the menu. No reservations. Learn more

Shopping

Spotlight: Billy Reid

The Florence, Alabama-based designer‘s 2,500-square-foot store on Atlanta’s Westside—his seventh—offers men's, women's and accessories collections in a setting filled heirloom photographs, salvaged wood, vintage furniture and found materials. Reid was named the 2010 Council of Fashion Designers of America’s (CFDA) "Best New Menswear Designer" award. Open daily. Learn more

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The spa offers facials, manicures, pedicures, massages, Botox and fillers, hormone replacement therapy and even cosmetic surgery (Smart Lip, tummy tucks, nose jobs, arm lifts-you name it). A hair salon is also on premises. Learn more

A who's who of Atlanta shop at this multi-designer boutique from Jeffrey Kalinsky, featuring serious fashions and an amazing designer shoe selection. Learn more

Featuring a layout inspired by mid-century modernism and the work of Richard Neutra and Donald Wexler, the designer’s 2,100-square-foot store features her ready-to wear-collections, along with accessories, swimwear and pieces from her residential line. Learn more

Nightlife

Spotlight: The Family Dog

This rowdy restaurant-bar hybrid is a hot spot for young crowds. With a diverse beer selection and interesting menu, this is a great place to go with a group. It's going to be noisy, it's going to be crowded but it is also going to be a lot of fun. Learn more

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The place to catch local and nationally touring acoustic acts and songwriters. Monday night is open mic night. Call for ticket prices and a schedule. Learn more

Three-level Irish pub featuring a hand-milled bar, a 'Grand House' area with an oversized fireplace, Celtic artwork, TVs airing Irish and European sporting events, and a great rooftop bar. Learn more

This 12,000-square-foot adult gaming playground offers more than 60 interactive games, a lounge area with billiards, a full bar and a menu chock-full of American classics. M-Th 11 am-10 pm, F&Sa 11 am-11 pm, Su 11 am-9 pm (guests must be 21 years old after 9 pm). Learn more

The ultimate in drag dining, Lips features delicious food, signature cocktails and the best show in town. A talented cast of female impersonators do double duty, serving food and taking center stage to perform songs made famous by past and present divas. Perfect for birthdays, bachelorette parties and even divorces, each night features a different theme. Don’t miss Lips’ one-and-only Gospel Brunch. Learn more

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Atlanta for Romantics

If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, Atlanta is a wonderful place to go. As a large city, it offers a multitude of world-class accommodations, cultural events and sights, yet it’s diverse and quirky enough to allow for a truly unique experience. What you and your partner choose to do depends, of course, on who you are as a couple – what you most enjoy together, what your ideal date would be – but whether you opt for cozy and intimate, lavish and luxurious, or simple and inexpensive, Atlanta is a delightful setting for your romantic experience.

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'Bike Sharing' Programs Popping Up All Over Cities

Traffic snarls, vague directions and unexpected one-way streets plague many a city traveler, and put a damper on precious vacation time. Instead of succumbing to road rage, take advantage of the public bike programs springing up in CityPASS destinations across North America. For a fee – $5 per day in Toronto, $6 in Boston and $10 in New York – these programs let you borrow bikes from docking stations strategically located throughout the central district. Designed with city cruising in mind, the bikes generally have rugged step-through frames with baskets or luggage racks, upright handle bars, responsive hand brakes, adjustable seats, three speeds, and the appropriate reflectors and safety lamps. read more »

Romantic Rooftop Restaurants Around the U.S.

Romantic Rooftop Restaurants While a respite from the wintery chill is always welcome, one of the best parts of any trip is experiencing fine dining in an unfamiliar setting. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, CityPASS is here to help you uncover some of the most unique and romantic rooftop restaurants in the regions of the U.S. that enjoy moderate weather even in the thick of winter – no “polar vortex” in these parts! read more »

Tour Du Jour: Take A Tour in A CityPASS City!

Looking for a new view of your favorite city? Want to get insider information on your next vacation? Or perhaps you just want someone to show you around. You already know that CityPASS is the great way to get acquainted with many of North America’s most amazing attractions. But to complement your CityPASS experience, you should consider signing up for a tour in the next city on your itinerary. A tour can hook you up with an exclusive, behind-the-scenes peek that you'd never get on your own. Here are just a few of the coolest tours taking place in CityPASS cities across the country. read more »

Atlanta for Adventurers

Are you a thrill seeker? Or maybe just looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience? Then the next time you pack your bags for Atlanta, you might want to include your bucket list as well – amazing and one-of-a-kind experiences await you. Whether you’re a daredevil looking for that next hit of adrenaline or just wanting to try something different, here are some of the adventures that Atlanta and its environs have to offer. read more »

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