Things to Do – Yes, there is more than football!
Atlanta is a city of diverse attractions and experiences and bustling with unique culture- not to mention famous Southern food! The Atlanta CityPass is a ticket booklet that allows visitors to experience the best of Atlanta at one amazing low price. You’ll save compared to combined regular box office prices and save time avoiding long ticket lines.
Ideas for First Timers:
- World of Coca-Cola
- Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
- Georgia Aquarium
- Piedmont Park
- Inside CNN Studio Tour
Ideas for Repeat Visitors:
- Little Five Points
- Center for Civil and Human Rights
- Atlanta History Center
- Ponce City Market
- Atlanta Botanical Garden
Stone Mountain Park: Located within Metro Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park is 3,200 acres of pristine forest, beautiful landscapes, and wide-open spaces where your group can enjoy fun attractions and world-class festivals and events.
Georgia Aquarium: Visit the world’s largest and most engaging aquarium, and see things you’ve never seen before. . Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, the Aquarium tells a global water story and features whale sharks, beluga whales, touch tanks and a 4-D theater.
World of Coca-Cola: Ready to Play? Over 60 different flavors to sample. A wild ride around the globe in a 4-D cinematic adventure. A life-sized Polar Bear. The secret formula. Over 120 years of history in the making. The only thing missing is you.
Inside CNN: Journey into the heart of the world’s news leader at Inside CNN Atlanta. This 55-minute behind-the-scenes tour shows you exactly what it takes to deliver the news available to over 2 billion people worldwide.
High Museum of Art: From a stately home on Peachtree Street to its current award-winning buildings in a spectacular setting, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta has grown to become the leading art museum in the Southeastern United States with its renowned collection of classic and contemporary art and renowned architecture by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano.