Key Attractions in Atlanta
See the Best of the Area
World of Coca Cola
121 Baker Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30313-1807
(404) 676-5151 or
The World of Coca-Cola is the only place where you can explore the complete story – past, present and future – of the world's best-known brand. With 60,000 square feet for you to explore, the World of Coca-Cola is one of the most refreshing attractions in Atlanta and features more than 1,200 artifacts from around the world that, until now, have never been displayed to the public before.
225 Baker Street
Atlanta, GA 30313
As the world’s largest aquarium, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium in more than eight million gallons of water. Through a path of more than sixty exhibits, this Atlanta tourist attraction tells a global water story, with features modeled after the greatest zoos and aquariums in the world. Each majestic exhibit is designed to inspire, entertain and educate.
Centennial Olympic Park
This unique 21-acre park performs a dual mission: it serves as Georgia's lasting legacy of the Centennial Olympic Games and it anchors efforts to revitalize residential and commercial development in Georgia's capital city of Atlanta. The Park sponsors community-wide free events, including the Fourth of July Celebration, Wednesday Wind Down concert series and Fourth Saturday Family Fun Days. Plan your Atlanta travel around the events at Centennial Olympic Park!
Stone Mountain Park
Theme park with a laser light show, championship golf, RV and Tent camping, ropes course, riding a railroad train etc.
Imagine It - Children's Museum of Atlanta
275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Atlanta's only children's museum is the perfect place for children age eight and under and their families to learn and explore together in a safe and fun hands-on environment. Our open and interactive area is filled with unique, entertaining and educational areas to explore. Of all the attractions in Atlanta, your little ones are sure to love this one the most.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
767 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30307
Only at Fernbank Museum can you come face-to-face with the world’s largest dinosaurs, explore the development of life on Earth through the landscapes of present-day Georgia, connect with cultures from around the globe, engage in a variety of hands-on exhibitions and more! And you won’t want to miss stunning rotating special exhibitions or the incredible 5-story experience of an IMAX® film
The King Center
449 Auburn Avenue, NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
The King Center is the official, living memorial dedicated to the advancement of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., leader of America’s greatest nonviolent movement for justice, equality and peace.
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library
441 Freedom Parkway
The Library consists of an archives and a museum and is approximately 69,750 square feet in size. This includes 15,269 square feet of exhibit space and 19,818 square feet of collection storage space. It is not a library in the usual sense but is a research facility and a museum. The archives is a repository of approximately 27 million pages of Jimmy Carter's White House material, papers of administration associates, including documents, memoranda, correspondence, etc. There are also 1/2 million photographs, and hundreds of hours film, audio and video tape associated with this Atlanta tourist attraction.
Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305-1366
Over the past 82 years, the organization has grown substantially in both scope and size, and in 1990, the Atlanta Historical Society and all of its holdings officially became the Atlanta History Center. Now located on 33 acres in historic Buckhead, the Atlanta History Center strives to connect people, history, and culture through one of the country’s premier History Centers.
Atlanta Cyclorama/Civil War Museum
800 Cherokee Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30315
Located in historic Grant Park
Take a stirring journey through time in Atlanta's Cyclorama. Sit at the center of a sweeping panorama of the Battle of Atlanta, fought on July 22, 1864, during the American Civil War.