Atlanta

Showing 94 attractions
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Downtown
9 reviews
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Buckhead
8 reviews
The Atlanta History Center chronicles the past of Georgia and the Southeast, as well as the history of Atlanta. — Frommer's
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Old Fourth Ward
10 reviews
King is buried outside in a simple marble tomb. — Michelin Guide
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Midtown
11 reviews
The star in the Woodruff Arts Center's crown is this striking contemporary structure... covered with white porcelain-enameled steel panels. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown
10 reviews
The history of the world's most recognizable brand—which was created right here in Atlanta back in 1886—is documented at this fun, interactive museum. — Travel + Leisure
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Old Fourth Ward
10 reviews
Zoo Atlanta is one of Georgia's most loved institutions. — Michelin Guide
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Midtown
9 reviews
The small first-floor apartment where the author wrote her Pulitzer Prize-winning book “Gone with the Wind.”   — Atlas Obscura
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Downtown
9 reviews
The park, with its centerpiece Olympic Rings fountain, hosts special events downtown. — Michelin Guide
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Virginia Highland & Morningside
8 reviews
If you want to get in touch with nature, spend an afternoon in Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s answer to New York’s Central Park. — Afar Magazine
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Midtown
8 reviews
One of a dwindling number of vintage movie palaces in the nation, the Fox was built in 1929 in a fabulous Moorish-Egyptian style. — Fodor's
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Midtown
8 reviews
Home to many original Muppets and more of Jim Henson's work. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Downtown
6 reviews
A scaled-down version of the US Capitol in Washington, DC. — Michelin Guide
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Grant Park
10 reviews
The cemetery boasts acres gardens as well, making it a great, albeit creepy, place for a picnic. There's even a nearby bar called Six Feet Under. — Afar Magazine
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9 reviews
The building's roof is also an attraction itself, home to two unique draws: Skyline Park... and 9 Mile Station, a rooftop beer garden. — U.S. News & World Report
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Old Fourth Ward
5 reviews
The official memorial dedicated to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Exhibits illustrate his life and teachings; highlights include Freedom Hall and The Eternal Flame. — Where
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Old Fourth Ward
5 reviews
Founded in 1886, Ebenezer was a spiritual center of the civil rights movement from 1960 to 1968, when Martin Luther King, Jr., served as copastor. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
For an in-depth look at the American civil rights movement and ongoing human rights struggles across the world, check out the Center for Civil and Human Rights. — U.S. News & World Report
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7 reviews
The trippy laser show is perfect for patriotic stoners. — Not For Tourists
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Old Fourth Ward
7 reviews
Faithfully preserved records and artifacts from the 39th president's administration are on permanent display at this museum and library. — Concierge
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