20 Things to Do in Atlanta
Six Flags Over Georgia, Turner Field, the SkyView Ferris wheel, Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Olympic Park are just a few reasons why you should visit the ATL.Filed under:
Centennial Olympic Park
Visit Centennial Olympic Park, which was built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. The 21-acre park hosts fun events such as Music at Noon, where local bands perform midday; Wednesday WindDown, featuring jazz during rush hour; and Fourth Saturday Family Fun Day, a free event with performers and children’s activities. Don’t miss the dancing water show harmonized with pop music, lights and sound effects at the Fountain of Rings.
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