Seven Atlanta attractions | Private jet charter
Atlanta, is the capital of the U.S. state of Georgia. This vibrant city is a tourist magnet, boasting botanical gardens, colonial mansions, a world-class restaurant scene, museums, tranquil parks and gardens, and beautiful weather.
Atlanta History Center
This important historical research centre and museum is located in the Buckhead district of Atlanta and is a superb introduction to the history of this strategic city. Set over 33-acres there are gardens, interactive activities and award-winning exhibitions.
Atlanta High Museum of Art
Located on Peachtree Street in a spectacular building designed by Richard Meier and Renzo Piano, Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is home to an eclectic collection from across the world. Exhibition space is given to American and African art, decorative arts and design, photography, modern and contemporary art and more.
Centennial Olympic Park
Home to the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park is an urban oasis that hosts regular concerts and festivals, as well as the famous Fountain of Rings – the world’s largest interactive fountain. The Park’s neighbours are also worth a visit: Georgia Aquarium, the CNN Center, College Football Hall of Fame and the Center for Civil and Human Rights are all close by.
Georgia Aquarium is the largest single aquarium habitat on Earth and contains 10 million gallons of fresh and salt water hosting a plethora of fabulous aquatic life, including dolphins and sea lions. Take in a show, play at the interactive animal encounters, Aquanaut Adventure, take a Behind the Seas tour and visit the new 4D Funbelievable Theater and Sea Lions at Sun Trust Pier 225.
Located next to the Centennial Olympic Park, the CNN Center is the headquarters for the acclaimed CNN TV network. Take a 50-minute tour of the studios and see how a live broadcast is put together, before lunch at one of the many restaurants in the centre. There are many stores here too, including a CNN merchandise outlet and an Atlanta Braves store.
Atlanta Food Markets
Atlanta has as fabulous food scene with many farmers’ markets and attracts world-class chefs to its acclaimed restaurants. Ponce City Market – in the historic Sears and Roebuck building houses a fabulous food hall, shops and offices. Krog Street Market is a cool destination in a 1920s warehouse selling fresh produce and is a fun meeting place.
Sweet Auburn Curb Market and Peachtree Road market are both popular places to buy local home-grown quality produce.
Walk the Bestline
A former railway corridor around the centre of Atlanta, this community-based project is creating a 22-mile network of trails, parks and streetcars that will ultimately connect 45 Atlanta neighbourhoods. Join a bus tour – departing from the Inman Park MARTA station – or a bike tour and discover this valuable community resource.
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