Things to do in Atlanta
While in Atlanta, be sure to visit the Martin Luther King Jr National Historical site. This historic site chronicles and honors the hero’s life work and legacy.
Atlanta’s aquarium is actually the world’s largest. The home to whale sharks, beluga whales, and a 110 million dollar dolphin Tate’s gallery make this aquatic attraction a vision to behold.
Atlanta’s High Museum of Art was the first ever in the world to exhibit art from the Louvre. But the art on loan is not the only reason to visit the gallery. The High Museum also features late-19th-century furniture and countless European and American collections, contemporary pieces and Georgian folk art.
Grant Park offers a lush retreat from Atlanta city life. This park is the home to Zoo Atlanta, which houses exotic animals such as flamingos, elephants, kangaroos, pandas a tiger. The park also is an ideal destination for history buffs, as it contains the Cyclorama building which houses a gigantic mural of the Battle of Atlanta, , which visually recounts the history of the fight.
While at the aquarium, stroll next door and you will find the world of Coca-Cola. This entertaining homage to the world’s favorite soft drink allows guests to sample Coke products from around the world. The museum displays also include Andy Warhol pieces to view, a 4-D film to watch, company history, and promotional materials.
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