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Take stroll around downtown and check out popular attractions, like the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta’s Streetcar, and the College Football Hall of Fame. Or hop on MARTA and enjoy a day of adventure in neighborhoods like Buckhead, Midtown, West Midtown, or Old Fourth Ward.
Things to do in Atlanta
Georgia Aquarium is a scientific institution that entertains and educates, features exhibits and programs of the highest standards, and offers engaging and exciting guest experiences that promote the conservation of aquatic biodiversity throughout the world.
World of Coca Cola
From the original World of Coca‑Cola® that opened on August 3, 1990 at Underground Atlanta, to the opening of World of Coca‑Cola at Pemberton Place® on May 24, 2007, they have welcomed over 24 million guests and counting across a span of 25+ years in Atlanta.
Center for Civil & Human Rights
The Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American Civil Rights Movement to today’s Global Human Rights Movements
Eat, Drink, and Play
Situated on the uppermost floors of The Westin Peachtree Plaza, The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View offers unparalleled views. The Sun Dial features an upscale restaurant, a cocktail lounge and an observatory level with a breathtaking 360-degree panorama of the magnificent skyline from 723 feet above.
This 16th-century-styled French retreat about 30 minutes north of Atlanta has a festive atmosphere that encourages guests to tour the vineyards, visit the winery and lunch at a sidewalk caf. Visitors to this 3,100-acre facility can also enjoy treatments at the spa. Call 1-800-233-WINE for more information.
Skyline Park, on the roof of Ponce City Market, is the newest game in town with carnival games, cocktails, putt-putt, prizes, slides and rides. With a 10 dollar ticket access an original Sears Warehouse cargo elevator, learn a little history and enjoy a different view of the city.
Despite having a mild climate, Atlanta does experience all four seasons. The average annual temperature is 61 degrees. July is the hottest month, averaging 89 degrees and January is the coldest, with the average low at 33 degrees.
So getting to Atlanta was a snap. What now? Time to explore our neighborhoods and have some fun. There are many ways to navigate Atlanta, including public transportation-Marta, taxis, car services like Uber & Lyft, and the good old-fashioned method of driving.
15 minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, downtown is home to Atlanta’s top attractions- Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, CNN Center and Philips Arena as well as the downtown dining district- a hotspot for food enthusiasts with more than 300 restaurants from which to choose.