Top 10 places to visit in Atlanta
1. Georgia Aquarium
This is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere and home to over 100,000 aquatic animals.
2. World of Coca-Cola
A museum dedicated to the history and culture of the iconic Coca-Cola brand.
3. Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
The birthplace and final resting place of the legendary civil rights leader.
4. Atlanta Botanical Garden
A 30-acre garden featuring a wide variety of plants and seasonal exhibitions.
5. High Museum of Art
A premier art museum showcasing a diverse collection of art from around the world.
Home to over 1,500 animals, including pandas, gorillas, and reptiles.
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A large urban park offering walking trails, sports fields, and picnic areas.
8. Centennial Olympic Park
A public park built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, featuring a large fountain and many public events.
9. Fox Theatre
A historic theatre with stunning architecture, hosting concerts, plays, and other live performances.
10. Atlanta History Center
A museum and research center dedicated to preserving Atlanta's history, featuring exhibits, gardens, and historic homes.