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Atlanta, ‘the city too busy to hate’, is jam packed with African American history and Civil War lore and was the home of one of America’s most famous personalities Martin Luther King Junior. This college city also has luxury malls and new attractions such as the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca Cola. The fashionable Peachtree Road has several upmarket restaurants and bars. Also known as the capital of the New South, Atlanta has several charming, old-fashioned neighborhoods that instantly evoke its history as a major hub of the South. The antebellum architecture found here co-exists with the other structures made of glass and steel. If you are travelling to Atlanta there is so many activities to choose from whether its visiting the world’s largest aquarium or attending one of Atlanta’s professional sporting events. If you happen to be travelling with children a visit to the Center for Puppetry Arts or the Imagine It! Children’s Museum will be well worth it. Spend some quiet time in Atlanta’s 3000 acres of parkland or some activities in one of its 33 recreational centers. Viewing attractions around the city is possible by rented car, public transportation, bicycle or on foot, whichever you prefer. Book a holiday to Atlanta with Travel Center and get one of the best trips that money can buy.


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Time Zone

UTC-5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Delta Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines, American Airlines, Air Canada



Best Time to Travel

May to August

Modes of Transport

Plane, Bus, Train, Taxi

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.42 USD

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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

This site brings you the life, work and legacy of one of the greatest civil rights leaders and Americans there ever was, Martin Luther King Jr. It takes up several blocks and stretches over 35 acres and includes the childhood home of Dr.King. The site was established on October 10, 1980. Some of the exhibits on display here deal with segregation, systematic oppression and racial violence and also houses the tomb of Dr. King.

Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia aquarium is home to over 100,000 animals and 500 different species including whale sharks and beluga whales. The 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water here has made it the world’s second largest aquarium. The aquarium also conducts research and conservation on marine life notably field research on the whale sharks since 2005.

High Museum of Art

This was one of the first museums to have exhibited art that was lent from the Louvre in Paris and is famed for its architecture as well as the art displayed within. The building has multiple levels and attractive 19th century furniture. The exhibits include artwork from George Morris, Albert Gallatin and Mark Rothko.

Carter Center

This museum features items that highlight the presidency of Jimmy Carter during the years 1977 – 1981. The exhibits include a replica of the Oval Office and his Nobel Prize. The Japanese Garden and Butterfly Garden in the back are peaceful, quiet and tranquil. The property also includes the 1.5 mile long Freedom Park Trail.

World of Coca-Cola

If you are a fan of the world famous fizzy beverage you will love this museum dedicated to it. Guests get the opportunity of sampling Coke products from all around the world. Other attractions include Andy Warhol art, a 4D movie, company history and other promotional materials. VIP guided tours are also available. The museum is located on Pemberton Place which is named after John Pemberton, the inventor of Coca-Cola.

First Ebenezer Baptist Church

This is the church where Martin Luther King Jr., his father and grandfather all served as pastors while his mother was the choir director. The church was completely restored in 2011 and brought it back to the way it looked like during 1960 – 1968 when King Jr. was co-pastor. Services are held at the New Ebenezer Church across the street.

Center for Puppetry Arts

Suitable for tourists of all ages, the Center for Puppetry Arts is a wonderland and one of the city’s most unique attractions. It houses a wide variety of puppets some of which you can take the opportunity of operating yourself. A new addition is the World’s of Puppetry Museum which has Jim Henson puppets from all around the world.

Grant Park

Located on the edge of the city center this park is filled with beautiful greenery and is also where you will find the Atlanta Zoo featuring animals such as flamingos, elephants, kangaroos and tigers. Towards the south side of Grant Park is a building with the gigantic mural Battle of Atlanta that history enthusiasts will love.

Inside CNN Studio Tour

This unique tour takes you inside the CNN studios in Atlanta giving you a closer look at how the news is produced and brought to your television. The guided tour lasts for 50 minutes and begins with a ride on the world’s longest free standing escalator. Then you can try ‘cold reading’ the news in Studio 7E, watch a live newscast, view the stations control room and listen to an explanation about how technology is used for the news.

Centenniel Olympic Park

The park was originally created for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games and is very popular with both locals and tourists. It hosts a variety of activities including charity walks and concerts. It also includes a children’s playground and eateries and is perfect if you want to pass the time or take a few photographs as it is known as the most photographed landmarks in Georgia. The centerpiece of the park is a fountain that is in the shape of the Olympic rings and is known as ‘The Fountain of Rings’.