Atlanta has many of the top attractions in the South. Visitors who stroll through downtown’s Centennial Olympic Park will discover a multitude of first-rate attractions. Travel to the south end of the park and you will find the Georgia Aquarium, also known as the world’s largest aquarium. Directly next to it lies the World of Coca-Cola. The CNN Center, Georgia dome, Philips Arena and Georgia World Congress Center are also located in the Downtown Atlanta.
Atlanta is a city rich in arts and culture. World-class museums include the High Museum of Art and the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. Theaters and historic sites sprout up everywhere. The Fox Theatre, home to the original premier of “Gone With The Wind” is one of Atlanta’s most famous landmarks. The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Center honors one of the greatest leaders for advancement of civil rights in the world.
Includes admission to five Atlanta attractions. $69 for adults (valued at $126.28) and $49 for children ages 3–12 (valued at $99.60). For more information on CityPass, please visit http://www.citypass.com/atlanta?mv_source=mcparland
This is just the beginning of the many things to do and other must-see attractions our beautiful City of Atlanta has to offer.
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