CityPASS Atlanta articles
Explore the History of the Civil Rights Movement and More at the National Center for Civil and Humans Rights
The Civil Rights Movement in America is a monumental part of our nation's history, and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights does an exemplary job of portraying its significance. In fact, some people refer to the museum as the "Civil Rights Movement Museum in Atlanta."
The Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia, is more than just your average museum. With exhibits on everything from globally-sourced seashells to dinosaurs, plus a 75-acre wooded area filled with trails and educational displays, it brings science to life in the most enjoyable way possible.
In 1980, Ted Turner had a vision: create the world’s first 24-hour cable news station. That vision is now a reality; his Cable News Network (CNN) is one of the most-watched channels in the country. And thanks to the CNN Studio tours, you can pull back the curtain to see how the giant machine that is CNN functions.
Sold in over 200 countries and territories globally, Coca-Cola is one of the most recognizable brands in the world. It is synonymous with happiness and refreshment (or so the company likes to believe), and you’d be hard-pressed to find a person on Earth who hasn’t tried at least a sip of one of their beverages.
On September 3, Lun Lun, a giant panda at Zoo Atlanta, gave birth to her second set of twins. We wanted to know what it was like to help care for the animals, so we asked a keeper for a few details. Jen Webb, who has been a Mammal Keeper in Zoo Atlanta’s Carnivore Department for over five years, gave us some personal insights.
Graceful, athletic, intelligent and full of personality, bottlenose dolphins have long fascinated humans. This spring, Georgia Aquarium launched an all-new At&T Dolphin Celebration that's not just a show—it also incorporates important educational messages. To dive a little deeper, we talked to senior trainer at Georgia Aquarium, Andy Horn.