American Adventures - A Six Flags amusement park targeted towards families with children under 12.
Atlanta Botanical Garden - This nationally recognized garden includes a 16,000-square-foot conservatory of tropical plants and orchids, vegetable and fruit gardens, formal herb garden, Japanese garden and rose garden. Grounds also include nature trails throughout a 15-acre hardwood forest.
Atlanta History Center - Atlanta's newest museum features exhibits on Atlanta's history, the Civil War, African-American history, Atlanta's Jewish Community and more. Tours of the Swan House mansion and the 32-acre grounds and gardens are available, along with a museum shop, restaurant and café.
Carter Presidential Center - The Carter Center continues to battle suffering at home and abroad. Also, the life of President Jimmy Carter and his presidential administration are highlighted through films, videos and displays. Located in Inman Park, the center is surrounded by 30 beautifully landscaped acres featuring a Japanese waterfall.
Chattahoochee Nature Center - An educational and recreational facility focused on the outdoors and the main river that runs through Atlanta.
CNN Center - The headquarters of Turner Broadcasting System, Cable News Network and Headline News. Daily tours of CNN and Headline News studios are offered, and Atlanta Braves memorabilia is available for purchase.
Cyclorama - Home of the world's largest painting, "The Battle of Atlanta" and home of the historic Civil War locomotive "TEXAS". Through spectacular music, art and sound effects, history comes alive as you step back to July 22, 1864 and become part of the battle. Visitors sit in the theater that rotates 360∞ during a narrated presentation.
Fernbank Science Center & Museum of Natural History - 150-acre environmental/educational complex featuring the Museum of Natural History, Science Center, Planetarium and Observatory, I-Max theatre and 65 acres of protected woodlands.
Fox Theatre - Throughout the year this 1920's building is home to various plays, ballet, movies, concerts, and parties. Its architecture and history make it fascinating in and of itself.
Georgia Aquarium - As the world’s largest aquarium, the 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, the Aquarium tells a global water story, with features modeled after the greatest zoos and aquariums in the world. Guests will delight in majestic exhibits that inspire, entertain and educate.
Georgia Railroad Depot - Enjoy an 18-mile circuit of Atlanta behind a vintage steam locomotive. Call for reservations and schedules.
Georgia State Capitol - Gold-sheathed dome building houses the State Museum of Science and Industry, Hall of Flags and Georgia Hall of Fame. Tours and educational opportunities available.
Governor's Mansion - The Governor's Mansion was built in 1968 and is furnished with early 19th century American antiques and paintings.
High Museum of Art - Atlanta's largest museum houses collections of European and American paintings and sculptures, African-American art, 20th Century art and decorations, and traveling exhibits.
Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield and Park - This Civil War era battlefield is now a park which educates visitors.
Martin Luther King Historic District - A two-block area commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King and Atlanta's black heritage. Included are Dr. King's birth home, the Ebenezer Baptist Church where he preached, and his final resting site.
SciTrek - The Science and Technology Museum of Atlanta features hands-on exhibits and programs.
Six Flags Over Georgia - A 330-acre theme park featuring over 100 thrill, family and water rides. Live Broadway-style musicals performed daily.
Stone Mountain Park - The mounted figures of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson form the world's highest relief sculpture on the biggest single-exposed outcropping of granite in the United States. The park offers picnicking, swimming, fishing, camping, tennis and golf. Also offers educational and entertainment opportunities including train rides and a musical laser show on the side of the mountain.
Underground Atlanta - A managed shopping district at the birthplace of Atlanta features over 100 specialty shops, entertainment destinations, pushcart vendors, nightclubs, food court and special attractions such as a giant Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and the dropping of the "Great Peach" (Atlanta's version of the new year's ball).
White Water - Enjoy water slides and wave pools at the Southeast's largest water park.
World of Coca-Cola - A three-story complex featuring the world's largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia and exhibits that highlight the company's 100-year history. The complex also features classic radio and TV commercials, a representation of the Coke bottling process, a futuristic soda foundation, gift shop and an international soda fountain offering visitors samples of different soft drink flavors made by Coca-Cola around the world.
Zoo Atlanta - The 40-acre Zoo Atlanta has been named one of the three nation's 10 Great Zoos and features over 1,000 specimens (including threatened and endangered species such as our Great Pandas) representing more than 250 species from all over the world living in natural environments. Grounds include gift shops and restaurants.