Atlanta Tours, Sightseeing and Attractions

If you are going to visit the beautiful city of Atlanta soon, you're probably anticipating that a variety of cultural activities and attractions will be available to you. You are right! Atlanta activities will not disappoint! They include a world class botanical garden, several art large art museums featuring both regional and worldwide exhibits, two Six-Flags parks, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, and the Chastain Park Amphitheater. Atlanta is a well-visited city offering a dazzling number of tourist activities year around.

One of the main attractions in Atlanta is the Georgia Aquarium. Situated on 20 acres, it is the largest aquarium in the world. You will be able to see dolphin shows, an amazing frog collection, 4D exhibits and even personally engage with Beluga whales. The Georgia Aquarium is a must see for anyone who visits Atlanta, and it is close to other top attractions in Atlanta. Among those are the CNN Center and the World of Coca Cola.

One of the most popular Atlanta tours is of the Margaret Mitchell house. Visitors can see the room where the famous author wrote "Gone With the Wind." first hand. Operated by the Atlanta History Center, this is among the top Atlanta excursions you shouldn't miss during your stay in the city. It ranks up there along with the three story Tudor home, one of Atlanta's best attractions in its own right.

Atlanta enjoys lovely, mild weather for most of the year, and the city contains large, leafy shade trees in abundance. These features and others make Atlanta a prime location for fun festivals and events. From local neighborhood celebrations to gala festivities such as Atlanta Streets Alive. The Atlanta Chamber of Commerce publishes a yearly visitors’ guide that includes a map to point you to the spots you want to see, if you prefer a hard-copy list of things to see.

You can book your entire stay in Atlanta right here on Expedia so all you have to do is anticipate the exciting places you will get to experience during your visit to the city.
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