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  • Turner Field - Atlanta 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…
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 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…
  • Zoo Atlanta Zoo Atlanta is one of the oldest zoo’s in America. It is also one of only four zoos in the states to house Pandas. In fact, two Panda bears reside in Zoo Atlanta have recently produced twin Panda bears which is a delight for visitors. If you are heading to…
  • CNN Center - Atlanta Do you have any idea about CNN center and its history? Well, you have to learn that CNN center, which is located in the city of Atlanta, is the general headquarters of all the CNN sub-centers that can be found all over the world. The main newsrooms and several studios…
  • East Lake Golf Club The name “East Lake” came from the place where the East Lake Golf Club is situated. The Golf Club is in the neighborhood of East Lake in the city of Atlanta. This golf club serves as a home to the legendary golfer named Bobby Jones who was recognized as the…
  • Chastain Park Live Amphitheater 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…
  • Georgia Aquarium - Atlanta If you are looking for something fun to do while visiting Atlanta, look no further! Georgia Aquarium offers fun for the whole family. Being the largest aquarium in the world, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium as well as 10 million gallons of water! All of its…
  • Oakland Cemetery - Atlanta Oakland Cemetery was formerly known as the Atlanta Cemetery that was founded in the year 1850. The Oakland Cemetery is sited in 6 acres of land that is situated in the southeastern part of the city of Atlanta. This cemetery is one of the oldest in Atlanta and it has…
  • Atlanta’s Fox Theatre: Rich history and unique entertainment The Fox theatre in Atlanta was born out of one of the most difficult eras for Americans, the Great Depression. The theatre was originally designed to be a Yaarab Shrine Temple, but as time moved forward new owners developed the building as a movie and live entertainment theatre. The original…
  • The Martin Luther King Jr. Historical Site: A National Treasure If you’re visiting Atlanta for the very first time, make sure to include a visit to The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic site. This enriching tourist spot features a full day’s worth of activities for the family, like fascinating exhibits, historical memorabilia, an art gallery, Martin Luther King Jr.’s…
  • Discover Atlanta’s Gorgeous and Exciting Botanical Garden Atlanta Georgia sees thousands of visitors each day. But for those thousands of tourists it can be confusing to find fun and fresh things to do. Well, if you are taking your family to Atlanta this year you have to check out Atlanta’s Botanical Garden. The garden is located in…
  • Piedmont Park, Atlanta Piedmont Park opened in 1822 and since then has grown into a major urban recreational area with many attractions. It began as a forest, even before Atlanta was established, the forest was turned into a farm and then into a fair ground. The Cotton States and International Exposition was one…
  • Wren's Nest – Atlanta 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…
  • Center for Puppetry Arts brings joy to hearts both young and old The Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta opens hearts and minds to the creative fun of the arts to everyone who every wanted to put on a show. When Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog helped cut the ribbon for the Center in 1978 they opened up a whole new…
  • The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse sends you back in time 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…
  • Michael C. Carlos Museum - Atlanta 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…
  • Stone Mountain Park - Atlanta If you are looking for exciting activities to do while in Atlanta on vacation than Stone Mountain Park is just the place for you and your family to visit. There are tons of fun and adventurous activities to do while visiting the Park. For example there are not only water…
  • The Carter Museum & Library: An Enriching Experience Atlanta, GA is home to a variety of nationally-recognized Museums, and among its most visited landmarks is the fascinating Carter Museum & Library!  Built in honor of Nobel Peace Prize winner and former U.S President Jimmy Carter, this premiere museum houses archived materials from the Carter administration along with special…
  • The High Museum of Art in Atlanta- A must see If you are heading to Atlanta you have to check out the most famous and widely visited museum in the south, the High Museum of Art. Originally a family home but donated to the community for use as an art center, High Museum is exciting and rich in cultural art.…
  • Visit Atlanta’s Popular Olympic Landmark! Originally built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park has become one of the city’s must-see spots! Visitors can plan their visit around exciting year-round events, like world music concerts, free community events, spectacular 4th of July displays, and so much more! General Visitor Info Make sure to…
  • Enjoy a Piece of History at Atlanta’s Swan House 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…
  • Fernbank Museum of Natural History Visitors to Fernbank Museum of Natural History can use a great new phone app as they explore and have fun with family and friends. Located near midtown the Fernbank Museum of Natural History offers permanent exhibits to teach and explore the history of the Dinosaurs that once ruled the earth,…
  • World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta If you're looking for a fun outing in Atlanta, Georgia, that the whole family will enjoy then the World of Coca-Cola may be what you're looking for. If we ignore for a moment the fact that this attraction is blatantly designed to promote the Coca Cola products, the site is…

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Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta is one of the oldest zoo’s in America. It is also one of only four zoos in the states to…

Georgia Aquarium - Atlanta

If you are looking for something fun to do while visiting Atlanta, look no further! Georgia Aquarium offers fun for the whole…

Stone Mountain Park - Atlanta

If you are looking for exciting activities to do while in Atlanta on vacation than Stone Mountain Park is just the place…

Piedmont Park, Atlanta

Piedmont Park opened in 1822 and since then has grown into a major urban recreational area with many attractions. It began as…

Michael C. Carlos Museum - Atlanta

If you are visiting Atlanta on vacation or are just looking for something fun to do for a day trip than the…

World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta

If you're looking for a fun outing in Atlanta, Georgia, that the whole family will enjoy then the World of Coca-Cola may…

The High Museum of Art in Atlanta- A must see

If you are heading to Atlanta you have to check out the most famous and widely visited museum in the south, the…

Discover Atlanta’s Gorgeous and Exciting Botanical Garden

Atlanta Georgia sees thousands of visitors each day. But for those thousands of tourists it can be confusing to find fun and…

The Martin Luther King Jr. Historical Site: A National Treasure

If you’re visiting Atlanta for the very first time, make sure to include a visit to The Martin Luther King Jr. National…

CNN Center - Atlanta

Do you have any idea about CNN center and its history? Well, you have to learn that CNN center, which is located…

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Visitors to Fernbank Museum of Natural History can use a great new phone app as they explore and have fun with family…

Visit Atlanta’s Popular Olympic Landmark!

Originally built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park has become one of the city’s must-see spots! Visitors can plan…