Things to Do in Georgia

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One of the most comprehensive urban renewal efforts in the United States, the Altanta Beltline is an historic 22-mile railroad corridor circling Atlanta... Read More

Set on the grounds of Swan House, one of Atlanta's classic historic estates, the Atlanta History Center features permanent and special exhibitions... Read More

Caucasus Travel prepares history, art, nature, and other trips around Georgia. Read More

A "Helmet Wall" displaying the headgear of more than 700 college football teams welcomes you into this downtown attraction. Visitors can personalize... Read More

The market stretches along the river through a little park and down some steps into a proper bazaar full of jewelry, silver cutlery, Soviet medals, and,... Read More

This former movie palace with a can't-miss marquee on Peachtree Street plays hosts to more than 250 shows each year, from Broadway productions to... Read More

Puppet performances created by Rezo Gabriadze; not just for kids. Read More

Atlanta's Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the Western Hemisphere; its five themed galleries include tropical coral reefs, beluga whales and black... Read More

This modern white structure in the heart of Midtown has a permanent collection of 15,000 works of classic and contemporary art. Its vast anthology... Read More

Go behind-the-scenes of CNN's global headquarters during this 50-minute walking tour (run daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). The tour takes in a recording... Read More

A pink stone building on a hill overlooking Mtskheta's two rivers. Read More

Located in a rehabbed 1920s warehouse building with exposed brick walls, concrete floors, and steel trusses, this busy Inman Park food hall on the... Read More

The capital's historic center, with outdoor cafés and bars. Read More

Built in the 16th century, this church is best known for its cemetery, where numerous poets and public figures are buried. Read More

This fin-de-siecle strip is the place for antiques. Read More

This Westside craft brewery is known for its entertaining tours and relaxed, convivial vibe. Tours and tastings are offered four afternoons a week;... Read More

Follow winding paths through ornate mausoleums and sculptures at this eerie Grant Park attraction. Founded in 1850, the city's oldest cemetery is the... Read More

This craft distillery in Old Fourth Ward creates small-batch vodka from scratch, with plans to add gin and bourbon in the future. The tasting room is... Read More

Sprawling 189 acres just northeast of Atlanta's downtown, Piedmont draws sporty types with its miles of trails for running, biking, and strolling. The... Read More

You can't miss the illuminated marquee of this historic Poncey-Highland landmark, which is the city's longest continuously operating movie theater. Take... Read More

The largest adaptive reuse project in Atlanta's history, this mixed-use development in Old Fourth Ward is housed in a former Sears, Roebuck & Co.... Read More

Channel your inner race car driver at this over-the-top attraction less than two miles from Atlanta's airport. Visitors are invited to whet their... Read More

Beautiful interior frescoes at this fifth-century church. Read More

A wooden church built in the sixth century, in the shape of a cross. Read More

The Sweet Auburn Curb Market has been located on Edgewood Avenue, in the very heart of Atlanta, since it first opened for business back in 1918. During... Read More

Blow off some steam at this Midtown microbrewery, which features tours, a taproom, and live music. The indoor-outdoor space attracts a mix of tourists... Read More

In June 2014, the $68-million National Center for Civil and Human Rights welcomed its first visitors to a landmark downtown building designed by Phil... Read More

Pay homage to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through a self-guided visit to this memorial, where exhibits illustrate the life and teachings of the... Read More

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