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Your Guide to Zoo Atlanta
From native wildlife to critically endangered species that serve as animal ambassadors to their counterparts in the wild, more than 1000 animals call Zoo Atlanta home. The zoo, an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, is one of only four zoos in the U.S. to house rare giant pandas.
The Best Way to Experience Georgia Aquarium
Georgia Aquarium is teeming with over 500 species of aquatic animals from around the world. Experience 10 million gallons of awe-inspiring wonders in more than 60 habitats. Learn about whale sharks, beluga whales, manta rays, penguins and sea lions, and don't forget to check out the Dolphin Celebration presentations.
Atlanta From a Distance: Virtual Attraction Tour
There are lots of things to love about Atlanta, and you can visit them all without leaving home. We've gathered up a few creative ways the ATL is staying connected and keeping you entertained. Check in on the Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta animals, or find at-home learning resources from our favorite attractions.
Touchdown at the College Football Hall of Fame
Get ready to experience the action at the College Football Hall of Fame! This Atlanta, Georgia, tribute to the collegiate-level sport has riveted fans for years thanks to the non-stop knowledge and interactive exhibits inside its sprawling 95,000 square feet. If you live, breathe, and sleep college football, you’ve finally found your mecca.
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."
Get Familiar with the Fernbank Museum of Natural History
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.