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  • 1

    World of Coca Cola

    79 reviews

    A museum dedicated to everything Coca Cola, there are history and branding exhibits, Coca Cola artifacts on display and TV commercials playing, a look into an actual bottling plant, areas to take photos with the polar bear mascot, even a movie theater screening a Coca Cola movie. My favorite part though was at the end--trying dozens of different Coca Cola ...

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  • 2

    Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

    27 reviews

    A series of important landmarks in the heart of Atlanta illustrate the city’s important role during the nation’s Civil Rights Movement and centered on the life of its leader and one of the most important figures in modern American history: Atlanta native Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Atlanta visitors have the opportunity to visit King’s birth home, the burial site ...

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  • 3

    High Museum of Art

    16 reviews

    My daughter lives in Atlanta, so I buy her a ticket for two every year. Then whenever I go to visit her we can visit this wonderful building. The visiting collections are top quality, and I love the permanent collection.

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  • 4

    Center For Puppetry Arts

    6 reviews

    The Center for Puppetry Arts is mainly devoted to all things related to puppets. Not surprisingly, many kids go here for school field trips. However, even if you're not a kid, they actually do show interesting puppet shows and is worth checking out.

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  • 5

    Downtown Atlanta

    5 reviews

    During the day (especially when schools in session at GSU) place is bustling. So many places to eat and after you're done, woodruff park is the place to relax. The streetcar is going in to connect downtown to Edgewood/MLK area and hopefully going to clean the place up a bit. Please be safe at night and avoid underground after hours.

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  • 6

    Margaret Mitchell House & Museum

    4 reviews

    Visitors today can celebrate the legend of Gone With the Wind when they stand in the room where Margaret Mitchell wrote the manuscript that would become the world's most successful box office release. The home is mostly a museum, with an adjacent building that is dedicated entirely to the film. Mitchell's apartment has been restored to the state it would ...

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  • 7

    The Beltline

    3 reviews

    So much more than 33 acres of trails, the Atlanta Beltline project offers 5 parks that are connected by the trails, yoga and aerobics classes, artwork, volunteer opportunities, and lectures. Lace up your shoes or grab a bike and head out to explore the urban environmental renewal, but I recommend visiting the website at www.beltline.org to map out your trailhead ...

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  • 8

    Living Walls

    2 reviews

    This project began as a street art movement, but received so much support that it's now a yearly conference. The artwork is found throughout the city in the less discovered nooks around town. It highlights only a couple of artists at a time, but the “exhibits” change within a matter of weeks, or days even. Because of that, it's never ...

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  • 9

    Georgia Tech Student Center

    1 review

    Great if you're a student. Lots of food options, lounge area, bowling center, and live music (under the couch). If you're not a student, just enjoy the food.

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  • 10

    Steam Locomotive Texas

    1 review

    The Steam Locomotive Texas is on display at the Atlanta History Museum. This exhibit details the Great Locomotive Chase of 1862 were Union soldiers raided and stole the locomotive General, in an effort to interrupt the supply route between Atlanta and Chattanooga. Confederate soldiers pursued the stolen train with the Texas and successfully recovered the General.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 11

    Folk Art Park

    1 review

    The Folk Art Park and its sculptures were erected as part of the city's overhaul for the 1996 Olympics. The park includes large-scale installations, murals and colorful life-size sculptures. In recent years, the city has been making a push to raise money to renovate the park and update the artists works.

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  • 12

    Mohandas Gandhi Memorial Tribute

    1 review

    The Mohandas Gandhi Memorial Tribute is located in the Dr. Martin Luther King National Historic Site's Rose Garden. Dr. King had studied the life, times, and philosophy of Gandhi and had admired how Gandhi had used non-violent protests as a way to end British Imperial rule over Ganhi's home country, India.. King adopted much of Gandhis method of non-violent protest ...

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  • 13

    Dashard Co-op

    1 review

    This co-op has been making waves in Atlanta as they have taken over typically vacant buildings or abandoned lots and transformed them through art. Dashboard has used vacant buildings as gallery opening sites, had artist performances and even created murals that add character to a rundown part of town. Their main headquarters is located on South Broad Street in one ...

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  • 14

    Rev. Martin Luther King's Pulpit

    1 review

    This is the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King's pulpit from Ebenezer Baptist Church.

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  • 15

    Atlanta Movie Tours, Inc.

    1 review

    This is one of the business that offers the zombie themed tours, but you should consider the “Atlanta Film Sites” tour. You can even create a custom tour, choosing a mixture of sites from Hunger Games (the Swan House is an absolute must), Driving Miss Daisy, Anchorman 2, as well as the standard zombie and Gone With the Wind offerings. ...

    Popular withOutdoorLocalFamilies
  • 16

    Jackson Street Bridge

    1 review

    Every city has their must-have landmark selfie location. Times Square, the Hollywood sign, Tower Bridge... this is Atlanta's newest iconic photo-op. The bridge is best known as the camera angle on the abandoned city skyline as Rick Grimes rides away on horseback. It is a breathtaking panorama of the city, and best of all, it's free!

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  • 17

    Zombie Tours

    1 review

    A quick Google search will produce a myriad of companies that will guide you along key Walking Dead and Zombieland locations, or you can discover the locations by visiting a fan site and mapping the route yourself. It should be noted that a good number of the landmarks are a half day excursion just outside of the city, but these ...

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    Homage to King

    1 review

    This steel sculpture is one of the first things you see when you take the Freedom Parkway exit off of the often congest I-85/ I-75 downtown interstate connector. The sculpture depicts King with his arms outstretched towards the city, it's a truly striking image in the early evening hours when pink skies and the city lights provide a back drop ...

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  • 20

    The Goat Farm

    1 review

    Tucked away on a small street off the main drag of Howell Mill Rd., the Goat Farm is a 19th century industrial building turned creative studio space. When you arrive at the space it is quite literally a farm with goats milling around the land and curiously peeking at new visitors. The space has become a haven for local artists, ...

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