Experience the warmth, vibrancy, and zest of a truly Southern city. Georgia has barbecue and tunes, and Atlanta is the perfect place to find them. Let the friendly faces of this buzzing city welcome your group and show them around amazing museums that show off the city’s historical clout.
Dive into a one-of-a-kind aquatic experience at the Georgia Aquarium, where imaginations go to play. At the world’s largest aquarium, you’ll discover graceful beluga whales, spectacular whale sharks, playful penguins, and aquatic animals from around the globe.
Centennial Olympic Park
Built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, this public park remains a bustling center of activity in downtown Atlanta. The most distinct feature of the park is the Fountain of Rings, one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Georgia.
Inside CNN Studio Tour
Tour the core of CNN Worldwide for an up-close look at global news in the making. This 55-minute guided walking tour offers behind-the-scenes views of Atlanta’s CNN studios and an exclusive glimpse of news and broadcasting in action.
Six Flags Over Georgia
Six Flags Over Georgia, the largest of its kind in the state, features a wonderful collection of rides and coasters. The 100-acre amusement park includes: wooden roller coasters, bone-rattling hyper coasters, and traditional theme park rides.
World of Coca-Cola
Experience the intriguing World of Coca-Cola. The museum features a multi-sensory 4-D theater, 1880’s soda fountain, and live-action bottling line. Don’t miss “Taste It!,” an exhibit which gives you the opportunity to sample more than 100 different soft drinks from around the world.
Mary Mac’s Tea Room
Mary Mac’s Tea Room opened in 1945. Today it is the last of sixteen tea rooms that once dotted intown Atlanta in the 1940s. The focus is on serving made-from-scratch true Southern fare served with genuine southern hospitality. From the time you come in the door you’re welcomed with open arms and a big smile.
Stone Mountain Park
Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty and just 15 minutes from downtown Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park features a wide variety of activities. Highlights include: the World’s largest exposed granite monolith, Scenic Railroad, and Summit Skyride.