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Top Things To Do In Atlanta

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There's a reason why Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport leads the world in moving passengers: Atlanta is hot (and not just in summertime). The city's deep Southern roots are evident in its offerings (think sweet tea and polite folks), but Atlanta is every bit a modern metropolis, with world-class attractions, entertainment and food. Below you'll see our list of 10 of the best things to do in Atlanta.

  • Georgia Aquarium

    Georgia Aquarium

    As one of Atlanta's newest attractions, the Georgia Aquarium has a simple claim to fame: It is the largest aquarium in the world.

    What to Do
    Go underwater! Experience a view usually reserved for divers in a signature tunnel in the Ocean Voyager exhibit.

    What to See
    More than 60 exhibits showcase an immense variety of marine life, including playful belugas, massive whale sharks, frolicking otters, and ethereal jellyfish.

  • World of Coca-Cola

    World of Coca-Cola

    Few could have dreamed that Dr. John S. Pemberton's "headache remedy" of the late 1800s would become the world's most recognized beverage.

    What to Do
    Visit the Taste It! gallery, which offers free sampling of the 63 beverages marketed by Coca-Cola in nations around the world.

    What to See
    Revel in the history of Coca-Cola and view the galleries devoted to advertising campaigns, the bottling process, and Coke in pop culture.

  • Inside CNN Studio Tour

    Inside CNN Studio Tour

    CNN Center, world headquarters of the international news channel, offers an inside look at news production.

    What to Do
    Take a ride on the world's longest freestanding escalator, which starts the tour. Try your hand at "cold reading" the news in Studio 7E.

    What to See
    Watch a newscast as it occurs! And check out the station's control room on the studio tour – complete with real-time direction and an explanation of technology used (including "blue screen").

  • High Museum of Art

    High Museum of Art

    Dramatic architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano might stop you in wonder outside, but a wealth of treasure awaits inside.

    What to Do
    Visit the curatorial department devoted to folk art. The High Museum is particularly strong in 19th and 20th century American art.

    What to See
    More than 12,000 works of art in its permanent collection – including those by Auguste Rodin, Georgia O'Keeffe, Robert Rauschenberg and Roy Lichtenstein.

  • Fernbank Museum of Natural History

    Fernbank Museum of Natural History

    Surrounded by a 65-acre (26.3 hectares) forest, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History offers an observatory, a planetarium, an IMAX movie theater, and oodles of fascinating exhibits.

    What to Do
    Participate in Nature’s hands-on activities that helps visitors become aware of how their senses interpret the world around them.

    What to See
    Discover virtual waterfalls and the insides of a mighty red oak tree at NatureQuest, which lets kids explore the nooks and crannies of a multi-level clubhouse.

  • Zoo Atlanta

    Zoo Atlanta

    Occupying nearly 40 acres (16 hectares) in Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta's lush natural habitats showcase more than 1,000 animals representing some 200 species from around the world.

    What to Do
    Spend a day exploring the nearly 40 acres (16 hectares) in Grant Park. If you have kids, visiting Zoo Atlanta is one of the best family things to do in Atlanta.

    What to See
    The zoo is best known for its gorillas – more reside here than anywhere else in the United States – and for being one of four U.S. zoos that house giant pandas.

  • Atlanta History Center

    Atlanta History Center

    Travel back in time at the Atlanta History Center in this 30,000-square-foot (2,787 square meters) museum.

    What to Do
    Revisit the Civil War (and see the world's most comprehensive collection of Civil War artifacts), review the city's history, and reflect on folk art unique to the South.

    What to See
    The Swan House, a 1928 mansion built in the classical style, and the Tullie Smith Farm, a restored 1860 farmhouse.

  • Centennial Olympic Park

    Centennial Olympic Park

    Created to be a gathering place for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park is a verdant oasis that serves both locals and tourists.

    What to Do
    With a children’s playground, eateries on-site and short steps away, and its prime downtown Atlanta location, the park can be either destination or way station.

    What to See
    Be sure to time your visit with one of the pop-up water fountains' "performances."

  • Martin Luther King Jr. National History Site

    Martin Luther King Jr. National History Site

    Visitors can pay tribute and learn about Martin Luther King Jr. at this National Historic Site.

    What to Do
    Hear recordings of his sermons and speeches that play inside the church, bringing his message – in his own voice – to new generations of listeners.

    What to See
    His childhood home; his crypt, with eternal flame; Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he served as pastor; and a visitor center that showcases his important civil rights work.

  • Piedmont Park

    Piedmont Park

    Since 1904, Piedmont Park has encouraged visitors to engage with nature.

    What to Do
    Explore the sports fields, skating and biking paths – separated from well-marked jogging and walking paths – and a dog park where four-legged friends romp leash-free invite both casual and organized play.

    What to See
    The Noguchi Playscape, an intersection of shape, color and texture designed for active and enthusiastic interaction.

To visit the sites listed above that charge admission, use an Atlanta CityPASS and save nearly half off combined admission costs. Plus, CityPASS holders avoid some ticket and entry lines, which means less time waiting and more time doing. Atlanta's CityPASS includes admission to the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Inside CNN Studio Tour, High Museum of Art or Fernbank Museum of Natural History, and Zoo Atlanta or Atlanta History Center. Some special exhibits are not included with the CityPASS and may require an extra fee.

CityPASS can be purchased online or at any of our participating Atlanta attractions. Use our Atlanta City Pass and discover these top places to visit and things to do in Atlanta.

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