Georgia Aquarium

Western Hemisphere's largest aquarium. The biggest fish in the world, the whale shark, can only be found in this aquarium and nowhere else outside of Asia.

World of Coca-Cola

Atlanta, Georgia is home to The World of Coca-Cola, a museum that chronicles the development of the company and its products.

CNN Center

The global headquarters of the Cable News Network are located in Atlanta, Georgia, in the CNN Center. The primary studios and newsrooms for a number of CNN's news.

Fox Theatre

The Fox Theatre, a historic cinema palace and the focal point of the Fox Theatre Historic District, is a performing arts complex.

Stone Mountain Park

The tallest granite mountain in the world is surrounded by this 3,200-acre park. Stone Mountain, which is 16 miles east of Atlanta, is a great destination for families.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden is the most romantic destination to visit in the city because to its renowned plant collections, lovely displays, and impressive shows.

Centennial Olympic Park

Built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. The park has several fun features, an interactive fountain of Olympic rings is synchronized with lights, water jets and music.

Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site

The Historical Park, which is free and family-friendly, spans roughly 35 acres and is made up of monuments, displays, and historical sites.

High Museum of Art

More than 17,000 pieces of American, European, African, decorative and folk art, are housed in the High Museum of Art.

Center for Civil and Human Rights

The Center, an Atlanta museum and human rights organisation formed in 2014, inspires people to utilise their own influence to make the world a better place.