Save Money on Attractions

AtlantaGaToday is now offering discount tickets to the best Atlanta Attractions. Visit Atlanta’s best events most popular attractions and save 50% off the same tickets if purchased separately with Atlanta CityPass. Ticketholders can bypass most main ticket lines.


Atlanta CityPass comes in a small booklet containing six tickets to the most famous Atlanta Sites. Inside you can find important travel information including a map, details of  Atlanta and Attractions, and valuable Atlanta Coupons.

Consider Atlanta CityPass your guide to Atlanta. Admissions to attractions in Atlanta include the Georgia Aquarium, the new World of Coca-Cola, Zoo Atlanta and CNN Studio Tour. In addition, two special option tickets allow you to choose admission to the High Museum of Art or Atlanta History Center and Fernbank Museum of Natural History and Atlanta Botanical Garden.

The Georgia Aquarium is not only the most popular tourist attraction in Atlanta Georgia but also the largest aquarium in the world. Travel across the street to find the new World of Coca-Cola and sample 70 Cokes from around the globe. Visit the Coca-Cola Store compromising the largest collection of Coke memorabilia in the world.

Enjoy a stroll through Zoo Atlanta and visit the world famous Giant Pandas Lun Lun and Yang Yang. Don’t miss the nationally-renowned collection of great apes at the Ford African Rain Forest.

Atlanta CityPass is only $69.00 for Adults and $49.00 for Kids (3-12)

There are so many things to do in Atlanta Georgia. The Atlanta City Pass is the most affordable way to visit the Attractions of Atlanta without breaking your wallet. The best part is that you save almost 50%  Off the Ticket Prices and have a full nine days to use Atlanta CityPass.

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Atlanta CityPass includes admission to the following Attractions in Atlanta Georgia:
Georgia Aquarium
World of Coca-Cola
Inside CNN Studio Tour
Zoo Atlanta

Fernbank Museum of Natural History or Atlanta Botanical Garden
High Museum of Art or Atlanta History Center