Atlanta Georgia Travel
This versatile day tour will show you many sides of Atlanta and you will be able to marvel at historic architecture, have a good idea of where to eat, what to do and which museums to visit, as well as discover other top attractions including Centennial Olympic Park, Georgia Dome, Georgia World Congress Center and much more. Gather with your friends and family for a day trip to the best attractions in Atlanta and be surprised by the history and culture of the city.
If you want to visit all four attractions, you'll get the Atlanta CityPASS, which saves you time and money spent in line. Travelers who want to visit multiple attractions can take advantage of the Atlanta cityPASS ($60), which offers admission to 5 attractions in Atlanta at a greatly reduced price and in some cases includes expedited admission to other attractions such as the Georgia Dome, Georgia World Congress Center and much more. Travelers who want to visit multiple attractions could benefit from the AtlantaCityPASS ($60), which provides tickets to 4 of Atlanta's most popular attractions at a greatly reduced price and includes quick access to some of the city's top attractions, including Centennial Olympic Park and Georgia State University.
If you're traveling from downtown, Midtown or northern Atlanta, make sure you get there early in the morning or late in the evening by taking the MARTA right into town or staying at one of the many hotels and restaurants in downtown Atlanta.
Buckhead, Decatur and Buckhead are other options with good transit access, but they are more expensive and less convenient than Midtown or the rest of Atlanta. There are some great places to visit in Atlanta and one of the most impressive is the Georgia Aquarium.
Attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Museum of Natural History and Georgia State University. The included attraction is one of the largest aquariums in the USA and the first of its kind in Georgia. It features a temporary exhibition of contemporary art with emphasis on Georgian artists as well as a museum of history and culture of Georgia with emphasis on the history, culture and heritage of the state. Attractions include a Georgia Aquarium, the first and only aquarium in the state of Georgia, and an art exhibition.
A short ride on the Atlanta tram takes visitors to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, which focuses on civil rights, human rights and civil rights in the United States. This historic site is the seat of the civil rights movement and houses a number of historic buildings, including the Georgia Capitol and the Capitol. It is equally far from Augusta and Atlanta, so try it at least once during your trip to Georgia, if not more than once a week. The historic sites are the site of the civil and human rights movement and Georgia's capital.
As a tourist, you will find downtown attractions including the Georgia State Capitol, Georgia World Congress Center and Atlanta Museum of Natural History. Take the MARTA train and stroll through the historic downtown Atlanta neighborhood with its historic buildings, museums, restaurants, shops and cafes.
Buckhead is a district in the northern part of Atlanta and is home to the Atlanta History Center. Buckhead is a popular business and nightlife district located a few miles north of Midtown. If you're in no hurry to return to Atlanta, you can take advantage of its proximity to the ocean by visiting beaches such as Peachtree Street, the Georgia Aquarium and the Atlantic Ocean. Another place people like to visit is Buckheads, which is the neighborhood on the north side of downtown Atlanta near the Chattahoochee River.
The district is located in the heart of Atlanta's economic and political center and is home to major tourist attractions including the Georgia Aquarium, Georgia State University, Atlanta BeltLine and Georgia World Congress Center. Centennial Olympic Park is within walking distance of the Chattahoochee River and CNN International Airport, and there are a number of restaurants, bars, shops, restaurants and hotels in the area, as well as a variety of museums and galleries.
Friends of the Civil War will enjoy the massive, continuous, circular painting that tells the story of the Battle of Atlanta, told through massive, continuous, circular paintings. Get a taste of the Atlanta film scene with Atlanta Movie Tours, which includes Atlanta film locations that showcase a variety of films from the Atlanta Film Festival, the Georgia Film Society and more. If you're interested in history, Atlanta has a lot to offer if you want to retrace the steps of our civil rights movement. Historic Atlanta is also the birthplace of golf legend Bobby Jones, one of Georgia's most famous golfers, as well as a host of other Atlanta legends and civil rights activists.
Learn more about the city's food and beverage scene with Atlanta Dining for Kids and Atlanta Food & Drink Tours. Learn more about affordable ways to have fun while staying in Atlanta by exploring the best restaurants, bars and restaurants for those on a budget.