Visit the largest aquarium in the world, get a photo with the Coca-Cola polar bear or stroll through Centennial Olympic Park – all in Atlanta.
Enjoy the city lights of Atlanta's skyline at dusk.
Art aficionados should make a trip to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.
Explore the Margaret Mitchell House, the home of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author who penned <i>Gone With the Wind.</i>
Figures of Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis are carved into the bas-relief of Stone Mountain.
Visit Turner Field to catch an Atlanta Braves baseball game.
The Wren's Nest is the home of Joel Chandler Harris, author of the Brer Rabbit and Uncle Remus tales.
One of Atlanta's main attractions, the World of Coca Cola attracts over a million visitors each year. Get a look at Coke bottles from around the world, learn about the soda’s secret formula, watch the bottling process, sample all of Coca-Cola’s products and check out the Pop Culture Gallery full of memorabilia.
Centennial Park was built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. It is now host to special events, including Family Fun Days.
The Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the world, and it has attracted more than 6 million visitors.
Atlanta Botanical Garden, a 30-acre garden in Midtown Atlanta. Get a look at the trees and plants from 40 feet in the air on the 600-foot-log Kendeda Canopy Walk.