Atlanta Attractions and Georgia travel tips

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Atlanta attractions

Atlanta is a city full of attractions for the tourists, Atlanta is characterized for hosting prominent figures of history as a writer Margaret Mitchell and civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr., is a cultural center that includes places like the Art Museum and the world famous Symphony Orchestra. In addition to a major sports center where people practice many varied sports and clubs as the birthplace of famous eulogies Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Braves. There is much to see in Atlanta and many tourist attractions to visit, Atlanta sightseeing is varied for every taste.

For lovers of good music, the Grant Park area offers a variety of options, from country music to rock. Other attractions that are located in the same area are the Museum of the Civil War and Cyclorama and Zoo. The Cyclorama is exhibited since 1898 and has a height of 42 feet. The zoo also houses a museum that is open daily from 09.30 and until 16.30, with an income of about $ 5 for adults and $ 3 for children.

The History Center of the city, located on West Paces Ferry 130, offers excellent displays objects ranging from prewar to Coca Cola, while in the South East Tramway Museum in the nearby city of Duluth, has over 80 pieces on display. For film lovers there are alternatives and most important is the visit to the home of the author of "Gone With the Wind" Margaret Mitchell "that allows public access daily from 09.30 to 17.00 and entry is charged at $ 12.

Attractions in Atlanta

The Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the world housing over 500 different species of animals, while Stone Mountain Park offers more than 15 family attractions in its 3300 acres in size and houses the largest granite monolith in the world.

Atlanta Aquarium

Atlanta museums

To see the largest dinosaur skeleton found in the world, should visit the Fernbank Natural History Museum and you should not miss the Coca Cola Museum, where you know the history of the iconic American drink.

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Atlanta History Center / Buck-head

Over thirty acres of parks and gardens surround the two historical buildings: the Swan House, a mansion in 1928 in neoclassical style, and the Tullie Smith Farm, a typical plantation of 1840. Exhibitions on the history of Atlanta.

Fembank Science Center

It includes a natural history museum, a science museum with planetarium and observatory.

Fox Theatre

This Moorish-style building built in 1929 Egypt is included in the catalog of historical buildings Delos United States.

Atlanta State Farmers Market 16

Huge market for food products with a wide selection of fruits and vegetables.

Dekalb Farmers Market

One of the markets largest privately owned Southern United States, specializing in regional products.

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Ara

Recreation Area along the Chattahoochee River, with the possibility of practicing canoe sailing, rafting and the jogging.

Dogwood Festival

Balloon races, live music, arts and crafts exhibitions, launch tournament records for dogs and kite flying demonstrations are the main attractions of this festival which is held annually during the month of April.

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