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If you are a fan of the outdoors and an even bigger fan of music than visiting the Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta is just the place for you to plan a vacation. It is the perfect place for a family vacation or for an individual vacation if you are looking to get away. The park consists of 268 acres of land that is covered in beautiful foliage and the amphitheater is nestled nicely in the trees. This allows for you to experience live music as it should be experienced. The Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta holds several concerts throughout the summer and attracts crowds…
Turner Field is a very famous baseball park. This park holds few game histories that made Turner Field famous and renowned. Turner Field is located in Atlanta, Georgia and this baseball park is the home court of the famous baseball team “Atlanta Braves” since the year 1997. Turner field was originally built to be used for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Its field was called as the Centennial Olympic Stadium in the city of Atlanta. The stadium was then converted as the home field of the Atlanta Brave that was later used in the Major League Baseball. The Turner Field hosted different baseball leagues that made…
If you are visiting Atlanta on vacation or are just looking for something fun to do for a day trip than the Michael C. Carlos Museum located at Emory University’s main campus is a perfect place to go. This museum has tons of exciting, interesting, and educational pieces to look at that will take your breath away. The collection includes pieces from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Africa, the ancient Americas, and the near East, all of which are awe inspiring. The Michael C. Carlos Museum not only has permanent exhibits but it also has temporary exhibitions that are great for educational purposes. There are also…
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is an American-based orchestra that is managed by a famous musical director named Robert Spano. The Orchestra was formed in the year 1945 after the founding the newly inaugurated Atlanta Symphony Orchestra held its first concert. The Atlanta youth Symphony was directed by a person who was a musical educator in Chicago and remained to be the musical director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra until the year 1966. The organization changed its name in the year 1947 as the Orchestra began to be famous in the city of Atlanta. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra began attracting the well-known performers which made the…
The Wren’s Nest is also known as the Joel Chandler house that was built in the year 1870. The style of the house came from the Queen Ann design that was made by the first people who lived in the area. Joel Chandler is an editor of the book entitled “Atlanta Constitution” and he was the sole author of the book “Uncle Remus Fairy Tale”. Joel Chandler was born in the year 1881 and he died in the year 1908. This person was famous in his time and the Wren’s Nest was the house that Joel Chandler left to the rich history of Atlanta. The…
Shakespeare for many people is a thing of the past with archaic language. This theatre brings it to the present and makes the language breathe fresh air. The mission of the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse is to make the language of the Elizabethan Era come alive for the modern ear. The theatre is raw and real like it was in Shakespeare time with homemade costumes and natural manners of the performers that take the usually grandiose performance of the Bard’s work most people associate with his plays. The relaxed atmosphere on the stage continues into the audience seating area with authentic British Pub Cuisine and Irish…
When planning your trip to Atlanta, Georgia, don’t forget to pencil-in a visit to one of the state’s most famous historic sites, Swan House!  Originally built for the wealthy Inman family in 1928, this gorgeous mansion was designed by acclaimed architect, Phillip Trammell Shutze.  This experience offers visitors a special glimpse into the extravagant lifestyle of one of Atlanta’s most wealthy and powerful families!   Useful Visitor Resources Swan House visitors have the option of purchasing a personal audio tour of the house.  Visitors can get the inside scoop on the mansion’s history while strolling through opulent bedrooms, hallways, dining rooms, an impressive library, and…
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