As if Southern charm and loads of soul food weren’t enough, Atlanta brings culture, sports, and nightlife to the table of tourism in Georgia. Things to do in Atlanta range from shopping in local boutiques to swimming with sharks at the Georgia Aquarium . Just when you think you’ve seen it all, new Atlanta activities present themselves. People may come here for the food and thriving downtown district, but they fall in love with the gardens, architecture, and smooth way of life.…
Top 37 Things to do in Atlanta, Georgia
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- Adventures (4)
- Air, Balloon & Helicopter Tours (1)
- Airport Shuttles & Limos (1)
- Amusement Parks (2)
- Attractions (18)
- Culinary Experiences (6)
- Day Cruises & Water Activities (1)
- Land Adventures (11)
- Overnight Tours (1)
- Restaurants & Nightlife (6)
- Spas & Beauty (1)
- Tickets & Passes (1)
- Tours & Sightseeing (20)
Your 2-day stunt-driving school begins with a welcome introduction and in-depth orientation session, during which you meet your professional instructor. Learn about the physics behind car dynamics and precision driving—the science behind the exciting stunt moves you see in action movies is surprising and fascinating.
Let the real fun begin by breaking into groups for some hands-on driving behind on an exciting slalom course, in the company of an instructor. Try your hand at forward and backward driving, with plenty of in-car coaching along the way. Put your new skills to the test by tackling stunt-driving moves like Sliding 90s, Forward 180s, and reverse 180s.
Finish your experience with a pulse-pounding timed run on an obstacle course that really lets you try out your new moves. Leave with a new appreciation for the world of stunt driving, and memories of high-octane times on the track you won't soon forget. Read More close
Make your way to 5 Seasons Westside Restaurant and Brewery, where you can meet up with your beer-loving guide and kick off your day with a refreshing pour. Depending on the season, you might try a citrusy hefeweizen, hop-heavy IPA, or a strong Belgian ale before you hop in your shuttle and cruise on to your next stop.
You might tip back tastes of blueberry-infused pale ales at SweetWater, sip on session IPAs at Red Brick, or check out the seasonal offerings at Red Hare. Between tastes, go behind the scenes to chat with brew masters about the process of creating craft beers, and then head back to your starting point, remembering to get tips on other tap houses to try around town before you part ways with your guide. Read More close
Your Atlanta CityPass includes admission to the following programs:
With dolphins, whale sharks, beluga whales, penguins, and living coral reefs in over 10 million gallons (37,854 cubic m) of water, get a tour of underwater ecosystems from around the globe.
World of Coca-Cola®
Explore the history of the Coca-Cola® company, its world-famous advertisements, and the mystique of its secret formula. Then, sample 64 different products in the Taste It! exhibit.
Inside CNN Studio Tour
Go behind the scenes at CNN's global headquarters to see broadcasting in action and sit at the news desk yourself to give reading the morning headlines a shot.
A choice between Zoo Atlanta or Center for Civil and Human Rights
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Categories: Tickets & Passes
Journey inside the perfect place for anyone who loves searching for unique, specialty culinary creations. Formerly a warehouse district, Krog Street Market now contains a variety of specialty shops, restaurants, beer and wine stores, and even a local butcher shop. Enjoy a drink—alcoholic or non-alcoholic—to quench your thirst as you explore.
Wander among a variety of stalls, including fresh seasonal produce, and prepared and baked goods. Enjoy the open food area, right in the heart of one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhood, Iman Park. This wealthy neighborhood features massive stone houses and large green spaces. Enjoy a nigh of sightseeing, drinking, and good times. Read More close
Your tour begins at the department store where where Merle cuts off his own hand on the roof. Next, jump ahead to season 5 of the series and visit the infamous Terminus compound. Return to the first season and see if the CDC survived the massive explosion that concluded the first chapter of The Walking Dead.
Your walking tour also takes you to the Jackson Street Bridge for a chance to snap your own cover shot and take a selfie at the site of the iconic cover of The Walking Dead's first season. Wrap up your tour of undead filming spots as you visit the site of the meter maid scene featured in Zombieland and don't forget to "double-tap. " Read More close
First take a trip to Alexandria (don't worry, the set is actually in Georgia, not Virginia) and then head over to the old Feed Building where Deputy Rick and the governor attempted to work out a peace treaty in exchange for Michonne. Next, visit the Zombie Arena of Woodbury where the town's citizens participated in macabre and disturbing battles for their entertainment.
Conclude your tour by exploring the streets of the show's Woodbury—filmed in Senoia, Georgia—where the governor built a safe haven and became one of the The Walking Dead's most hated and lethal villains. As you explore the sets, get a behind-the-scenes look at this trendsetting show and relive some of the most jaw-dropping and terrifying scenes.
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Located in central Atlanta at the Premier Exhibition Center, this large venue is transformed into an insightful discovery for all things related to human anatomy. See up close how our organs function with real specimens of brains, lungs, and hearts so you can truly understand how the organs work and how important they are.
Get a look at how our complex digestive and reproductive systems work in real-life detail and see life-sized examples of complete skeletons so you can marvel at the intricacies of our bone structure. Any question you may have had before visiting is sure to be answered at this comprehensive and graphic, yet respectful, exhibition. Read More close
1 hour 30 minutes
Since founding the tour in 2013, Justin Hall and Johnathan Oliver have been hard at work to bring the best of Atlanta’s craft beer world to locals and visitors. With a passion and dedication to craft beer excellence, this guided tour is the best way to get a taste of the craft breweries in the city.
Leave the driving to your guide as you sit back and relax on your way to visit several breweries. Without the hassle of waiting in line, this is the simplest way to go straight to the source of Atlanta's lively craft beer movement and taste several cold ones along the way.
Head to SweetWater Brewing where you are treated with a private tasting and tour followed by 2 more stops. At each place, enjoy 3 or 4 half-pint tasting of the best suds the brewery offers. End with a souvenir glass from each venue to remember your day of craft beer exploration and enjoy a new appreciation for your favorite brews. Read More close
This inspirational experience includes roundtrip transportation from your hotel and admission to this admirable place where kids can let their imaginations run wild. Founded in 1988 as a "Museum Without Walls," the Children's Museum aims to broaden children's horizons by introducing them into the world of science in a fun and engaging way.
Children's Museum of Atlanta's goal is to act as a place for play-based exploration of the world that ignites curiosity in every child who enters its doors. The facility includes exhibits geared toward children 8 years and younger, and adults are sure to have a great time watching their kids' eyes light up. Treat your family to an afternoon of imaginative fun at this wonderful museum of discovery. Read More close
Get picked up from your hotel and set off for the CNN Center, the world headquarters of the news network. When you arrive, chat about CNN's pioneering days, as the first network to launch 24-hour news coverage, and its path to being broadcast in over 100 million US households. Peek into the action-packed world of news broadcasting as you watch the main CNN newsroom from a glass-walled observation tower. You may even glimpse a familiar face as you look into studios, the control room, and learn how each news segment works.
After an insightful glance into the news world, enter the bubbly domain of beverages on your tour of the World of Coca-Cola. The museum, which opened in 1990, showcases the history of The Coca-Cola Company and is host to a number of entertaining attractions. In the Taste It! exhibit, you can sample over 100 beverages from around the world, including drinks that are only available for a limited time, as a sweet finish to your day. Read More close
The Hall was launched by the National Football Foundation in 1951 to immortalize college football's top players and coaches and commemorate the tradition of the sport. When you first step into The Quad—the museum's entry point—take a moment to marvel at the wall of over 750 helmets that greets you. With helmets from every college team in the country, it's a thrilling start to your journey through the game's history. Delve deeper by exploring photos and videos of prolific players on the museum's 52-foot (16-m) long touchscreen media wall, or by visiting the Hall of Fame itself and finding your favorite school.
Put yourself in the game through interactive areas like The Playing Field, a 45-yard (41-m) indoor football field where you can put your skills to the test, or the Game Time gallery, where you go inside the huddle and break down critical plays. Whether you're visiting to deepen your knowledge or to celebrate your team, let your passion for the sport burn bright with every name, fact, and jersey on display. Read More close
Don't wait for a seat—with priority access, you can zip past the crowds and cozy up to your table in no time. As you wait for your cheeseburger, pasta, grilled chicken sandwich, or salad, listen to the music playing over the speakers and peruse the wide variety of rock 'n' roll memorabilia.
After dessert, take another look around. View classic items on display, like a dress worn by Tina Turner, an evening gown of Ella Fitzgerald, and matador-style pants of James Brown.
Sample menu includes:
- Hard Rock Cheeseburger or Bacon cheeseburger with seasoned fries
- Honey mustard grilled chicken sandwich with seasoned fries
- Fire-roasted tomato pasta with fresh herbs, parmesan cheese, and garlic toast
- Barbecue pulled pork sandwich with marinated slaw and seasoned fries
- Chicken Caesar salad tossed with grilled chicken and parmesan cheese
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The Fernbank Museum was founded with the mission to inspire life-long learning in its visitors. Travel back in time in the Giants of the Mesozoic exhibition, where you can stand among massive dinosaurs and peek into their prehistoric world, and step through the ages as you move through Fernbank's signature exhibition, A Walk Through Time in Georgia, which showcases the history of modern Georgia alongside the complex chronological development of the planet.
For a respite from the bustle of the city, make your way to the serene Fernbank Forest, an undisturbed old-growth forest that represents the type of landscape that once covered this area of the country. Continue on to look into the far reaches of space as you lie under a sea of twinkling stars in a peaceful planetarium show. Read More close
In the River Scout gallery, check out voracious piranha, Asian small-clawed otters, and even albino alligators. At the Ocean Voyager exhibit, admire magnificent and gentle whale sharks—the only 4 in North America. From the 100-foot (30-m) underwater tunnel, gaze up at elegant and rare manta rays among the 50 other fish species in the waters above you.
Make your way to Cold Water Quest for an up-close look at the aquarium's 4 beluga whales. These amazing mammals have the ability to swim backward to maneuver through Arctic ice. Sharing these chilly depths are endangered African penguins and sprawling Japanese spider crabs.
Head to warmer waters at the Tropical Diver gallery, where you can see jellyfish, eels, and a spectacularly colorful living reef display teeming with tropical sea life. In the Georgia Explorer gallery, get a hands-on experience by leaning over tide pools filled with horseshoe crabs and sea stars. Don't miss the 4-D theater, where you can take an animated undersea journey with singing sea turtles and friendly sharks.
End your day at the Dolphin Theater for a chance to see these friendly, chattering marine creatures swimming playfully in their tank. Read More close
Let a friendly driver pick you up from your hotel and take you to the aquarium, where a bevy of fascinating sea life awaits you. Enter the facility and admire vibrant exhibits of colorful tropical fish, beautiful manta rays, and friendly beluga whales. Four rare whale sharks also call the aquarium home—see these majestic animals up close and personal.
With 100,000 marine animals and 6 themed underwater galleries, it's easy to spend an entire day exploring this facility. Don't miss the 4-D theater, which immerses you in these creatures' environment. A visit to this facility is a feast for the eyes and the mind, no matter your age. Read More close
After you're picked up from your hotel, ride to the High Museum, which houses more than 14,000 works of art in its permanent collection. Follow your guide through skylit halls as you admire 19th- and 20th-century American decorative art, as well as significant holdings of European paintings and a growing collection of African American, modern, and contemporary art and photography.
Check out works by Southern artists, and learn a bit about the history of the museum, which was originally founded back in 1905. Spot pieces by Claude Monet, Dorothea Lange, and Camille Pissaro, and hear the tragic story behind Rodin's The Shade as you exit through the gift shop to head back to your hotel. Read More close
Your expert guide weaves the narrative of the wealthy Inman family as you step into their home, which is now known as the Swan House for its abundant swan motifs. One of the most widely recognized landmarks in the area, the massive mansion was built in 1928 in a Classical architectural style and reflects the Inmans' fondness for the extravagant. As you trek through the elegant rooms and stately gardens, take note of the immaculate details and ornate décor that bring the family's lavish lifestyle to light.
When you go on to visit the Smith Family Farm, which also includes the Tullie Smith House, the utilitarian modesty of the place becomes even more apparent in contrast to the luxury of the Swan House. Get a vivid look into the stark, hardworking style of the 1840s and beyond as you tour Tullie Smith's plantation-plain home. The complex, changing politics of the time are yours to explore through informative stories, reproductions of Civil War letters and detailed bits of history in each room. Read More close
Start your sumptuous adventure by meeting your guide, an enthusiastic resident of the neighborhood, at the One Eared Stag. A delectable sample from the restaurant whets your appetite for the day's offerings before you begin your journey through Inman Park. As you walk, your guide elaborates on the history and culture of the neighborhood, which is famed for its gorgeous Victorian-style homes and the Krog Street Market, a popular dining destination for locals.
Stop at 5 restaurants, each of which is locally owned and operated, and expose yourself to Atlanta's finest flavors. From the natural and refreshing popsicles from King of Pops to mouthwatering Szechuan bites from Gu's Dumplings, sample your way through the area and leave the tour feeling satisfied in appetite and experience. Read More close
In 1980, Ted Turner launched CNN as the first 24-hour news network. It evolved to become one of the most respected and trusted news sources in the world today. This is your chance to go behind the anchor desk and see how a CNN newscast is put together and aired.
Learn about CNN’s fascinating history, and explore the impressive complex that is home to the network. Check out CNN’s next-generation HD studio, and interact with the technology used by anchors including green screens and teleprompters. Ride up the world's longest free-standing escalator on this tour of the amazing space where news is produced and shared. Read More close
Make your way to the airport, grab a comfortable seat by the window, and put on your headset to listen to informative commentary by your knowledgeable pilot. Built in phases between 1984 and 1991, the Concourse at Landmark Center came to be known as the King and Queen Towers because the white lattice crowns that top the buildings resemble the heads of chess pieces.
When night falls, the towers sparkle to life and illuminate the city skyline. On the return flight, keep an eye out for Buckhead, where you coast over upscale hangouts, beautiful homes, and the Governor’s Mansion. Read More close
Dive into hands-on activities for visitors of all ages, including a DUPLO® play area for the youngest builders in your family. Check out a miniature replica of Atlanta, with city landmarks built from more than a million bricks, and follow Professor Brick-a-Brack on the LEGO® Factory Tour to watch real bricks being made.
On the Kingdom Quest Laser Ride, test your skills with a laser-zapper as you help to vanquish skeletons and trolls from your dragon chariot. Pick up the latest skills from the LEGO® Master Builder Academy's workshops and test your creations on the speed ramps and earthquake tables at the LEGO® Racers exhibit.
Grab a seat and a pair of 3-D glasses for a wild adventure in the 4-D Cinema. Feel the effects of wind and rain as your favorite LEGO® characters come to life before your very eyes. Clamber on the climbing wall, fly down the slide at the LEGO® Fire Academy, and take a leap into the world's biggest box of LEGO®s before you leave.
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A convenient ride carries you straight from your hotel to the uptown neighborhood of Buckhead, where you can find plenty of world-class shopping within a few square blocks. At Lenox Square, you're shown some of the best shopping under one roof, with more than 250 stores anchored by Macy's, Bloomingdale's, and Neiman Marcus. Find the latest fashion, jewelry, body and beauty products, and plenty more.
Next, expand your luxury shopping world with a visit to Phipps Plaza, home to high-end specialty shops with names like Tory Burch, Boss, Vince, St. Croix, Versace, and Prada. Look out for some great designs before you return for a ride back to your hotel, flush with all your newfound gear. Read More close
Guided by Margret Mitchell, make your way through the city as she shares the fascinating story of her life. Walk alongside the South's favorite daughter as she traces her footsteps at The Margaret Mitchell House where Gone with the Wind was written and learn how the most famous southern story ever told was shared with the world.
While visiting the home, see the author's original typewriter, the first drafts of the award-winning novel, and her Pulitzer Prize. What led her to write the novel? What scandalous act ousted her from the Junior League? Did Scarlett and Rhett ever reunite? Who called her beloved Scarlett a psychopath? Miss Mitchell answers these and all other queries during your tour around Atlanta. Read More close
Your tour begins with convenient hotel pickup, transporting you to The King Center where you meet your knowledgeable guide. Head inside to uncover documents revealing the struggle for equal rights that Dr. King fought for so valiantly. Established in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King, the center houses more than 10,000 documents from Martin Luther King's personal collection and from other leaders in the Civil Rights Movement.
After your revealing tour learning about the fight for civil rights, make your way to the Busy Bee Soul Food Restaurant, one of Atlanta’s most beloved diners. Enjoy true southern style cooking in a humble down-to-earth setting that satisfies the appetites of all those who grace its counters. Read More close
The Gate is a classically designed monumental arch in the tradition of Roman triumphal arches. Your tour begins in the 18th Century Georgia Pioneer Gallery where documents and historical artifacts line the walls. Here, find artifacts dating back to the birth of Georgia from the Native American, Spanish, British Colonial, and American Revolutionary periods.
The 19th and 20th Century Galleries tell the story of Atlanta's and Georgia's early history and bold leaders. Leap into the present with interactive exhibits In the 21st Century Interactive Gallery and then see 3 period rooms modeled after an 18th-century Colonial study, the 19th-century office of Coca-Cola magnate Thomas K. Glenn, and the 20th-century drawing room of the Pink House. Read More close
See where Michael runs into his brother in The Blindside, pass the Piggly Wiggly and Dan Aykroyd's shop from Driving Miss Daisy, and join the Dudes Group from What To Expect When You're Expecting. Also on your cinematic journey, see where Tyler Perry got his start by visiting locations from films such as Good Deeds and Witness Protection Program.
A tour of Atlanta's famous movie locations is not complete without a focus on some of the many sports films made in the city, and you visit spots from films like Trouble with the Curve and Remember the Titans. At the end of the day you have a wealth of behind-the-scenes knowledge and a collection of photos to remember you journey into the movies. Read More close
In the Murder Mystery Quest, try new state-of-the-art technology which allows you to enter a dreamscape of the victim's final memory. You must discover the victim’s identity, the date of their demise, and who exactly is behind the murder. Try to beat the clock and unlock the clues—you have only 1 hour to solve the mystery or you’ll be stuck in the dreamscape.
In Zombie Apocalypse, it is up to you to break into a top-secret government lab and find a cure for the disease ravaging the world. You must get through all the security, including hand geometry scanners, RFID card readers, and PIN-protected doors, to reach the lab where scientists have been developing a cure. Once inside, find out what happened and finish the research—all within 1 hour. Read More close
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Categories: Airport Shuttles & Limos
Looking for thrills? You've found them with some of the fastest, tallest, wildest, and most gut-wrenching rides in the country. With record-breaking rides and speeding roller coasters, screams are guaranteed. For family fun, the park offers plenty of rides ranging from the highest heights to the gentlest adventures. And for smaller thrill-seekers, try rides that spin, fly, and take kids on magical journeys.
Nothing provides more lasting memories than a great show. On top of all the incredible rides, you also find a wide variety of top-shelf entertainment. Head to Hurricane Harbor, the tropically themed water park, for an opportunity to cool off during warm Atlanta days. With admission included, Hurricane Harbor is the perfect complement to world-class rides and entertainment. Read More close
Categories: Amusement Parks
Looking for hydro-powered thrills? You've found them with some of the tallest, fastest, and craziest water rides in the country. Get ready to let loose and laugh as you slip, slide, splash, and ride in a variety of attractions ranging from intense drops like Caribbean Plunge to easy-going fun. Race down Dragon's Tail, surf the Tidal Wave, and relax on a lazy river.
Whether you are an adrenaline junkie or a pint-sized adventure-seeker, Six Flags White Water is sure to deliver a day of sun-soaked fun. Beat the heat, take a leap, and dive into summer excitement as you navigate twists and turns on fast-paced slides, pilot a family-sized raft, or splash around in watery play areas and pools specifically for kids.
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Atlanta is home to many points of interest and boasts an overwhelming sense of down-home southern charm. Start your journey at Centennial Olympic Park, a large public park located in downtown Atlanta that was built as part of the infrastructure improvements for the 1996 Summer Olympics.
With your smartphone, iPad, or other mobile device, use the Quest Software to discover clues and solve questions along the way. Head past the World of Coca-Cola and the CNN Center. This famous location has hosted many memorable broadcasting moments and houses the main newsrooms and studios for CNN's news channels.
With your smartphone leading the way, complete challenges, follow hints, and earn points as you meander through the the city. Follow directions as you make your way around the city, world-famous for its culture and history, and perhaps learn a few things along the way. Read More close
Your tour takes you to 7 different restaurants where you can enjoy 15 delicious tastings. Sample everything from soul food and barbecue to Lowcountry cuisine and Creole-style candies. Wash these mouthwatering dishes down with Southern classics like sweet tea and lemonade, or try some fresh-made specialty juices.
Along the tour, your guide entertains and educates you with stories about the Civil Rights Movement, Atlanta past and present, and the city’s amazing food culture. You may even learn city secrets that some locals don’t know. Leave your tour full of delicious food and a wealth of new information. Read More close
There's nothing quite like a luxurious spa treatment to take you from tired and stressed to radiant and centered. With the Spafinder gift card, you can check in at salons, spas, gyms, or therapeutic centers that cover everything from facials and haircuts to Pilates and chiropractic work. Unwind and get glowing with a beautifying, de-stressing service at an elegant day spa, or find a fitness studio and work it out in a toning Barre class or a calorie-busting boot camp.
Your gift card never expires, and can be used on a wide range of treatments, classes, services, and products, whether you're in the market for a new yoga mat or wanting to touch up your hair color before a big event. Treat yourself to wellness—your body and mind will thank you. Read More close
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Make your way to Midtown Atlanta, where the Atlanta Botanical Garden stretches across 30 acres (12 ha) of land. Founded in 1976, the garden’s main goal is to develop a collection of plants that educates and inspires all those who visit, while working on conservation efforts around the area. Create your own route through the many themed gardens which include the Southern Seasons Garden, the Japanese Garden, the Rose Garden, and the Great Lawn.
As you meander from one display to the next, keep your eyes peeled for original works of art, as murals and sculptures can be found hidden in a number of gardens. Sit and relax alongside one of the many water features like the Woman Topiary Fountain, where a large woman figure is sculpted out of the foliage. Your day then ends with a prepared picnic lunch you can enjoy out in the sunshine. Read More close
After being picked up at your hotel, head to the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a modern construction completed in 2014 showcasing artifacts belonging to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. An interactive gallery explains segregation laws and allows you to recreate the famed lunch counter sit-in. Exhibits displaying the fight for women’s rights and LGBT rights are also featured.
Next, make your way to the APEX Museum which presents history from an African-American point of view in order to help visitors better understand and appreciate the contributions of African-Americans to the United States. Conclude your history tour with lunch at Paschal’s Restaurant, a soulful dining experience featuring scrumptious southern specialties. Known as a meeting place for famed icons like Aretha Franklin, Maynard Jackson, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. , you’re sure to enjoy your delicious meal here. Read More close
After you're shuttled from Atlanta to the mall, pick up your VIP coupons, which offer you discounts for the shops and eateries at the Outlet Shoppes. You also get a souvenir bag, perfect for toting your new purchases as you shop. Use your $25 gift card to grab a bite to eat in the food court or to make a dent in the cost of an item that's already marked down 20–60 percent.
The Outlet Shoppes truly offer something for everyone, whether you're shopping for kitchen goods, clothing, kids' wear, athletic gear, or work-ready accessories. Some of the brand name shops include Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Nike, Columbia, True Religion, and Under Armour. Read More close
Categories: Tours & Sightseeing
Begin your day in the African Plains. Lions roar, elephants trumpet, and giraffes stride across native vegetation and grasslands alongside a rare and endangered black rhino.
In the Ford African Rain Forest, marvel at the large population of western lowland gorillas—more than 20 call the zoo home—and it has been a leading advocate of gorilla conservation. Make your way to the Asian Forest to see the zoo's most famous residents. Mei Lun and Mei Huan are the only 2 twin giant panda cubs in North America.
Feed the parakeets at Boundless Budgies, and check out carnivores like sun bears and tigers in Trader's Alley, where you can learn about the pressing international issue of the wildlife trade. Observe scaly, creepy, and crawly critters in the World of Reptiles, including a Guatemalan bearded lizard and a king cobra snake.
For smaller members of the family, the Australian petting zoo lets kids have a hands-on experience with Nubian goats and a Kunekune pig. Round out your visit by participating in 1 of the many keeper talks, where zookeepers inform and educate visitors about the animals in their care and the zoo's engagement in international conservation efforts. Read More close