Atlanta

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Downtown
9 reviews
The Georgia Aquarium casts a wide net (pun intended), with an impressive array of habitats and species represented — Condé Nast Traveler
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Midtown
11 reviews
A high point (pun very much intended) of classic and contemporary art in the Southeast — Condé Nast Traveler
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Buckhead
8 reviews
Start here to learn Atlanta's history. — Not For Tourists
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Old Fourth Ward
10 reviews
The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site provides a definitive look at the life of the great native-Atlantan civil rights leader. — Travel + Leisure
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Midtown
9 reviews
Margaret Mitchell, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Gone with the Wind, lived in this modest apartment on Peachtree Street from 1925 with her husband John Marsh — Afar Magazine
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Old Fourth Ward
10 reviews
Starring Lun Lun and Yang Yang, those adorable Commie pandas! — Not For Tourists
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Downtown
9 reviews
Centennial Olympic Park, one of the most enduring legacies of the 1996 Olympic Games, is a living monument to the city's memories -- both good and bad -- of that seminal event. — Frommer's
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Virginia Highland & Morningside
8 reviews
Atlanta's answer to Central Park. — Not For Tourists
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Downtown
7 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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Midtown
8 reviews
Occupying 30 acres inside Piedmont Park, the grounds contain acres of display gardens... and the award-winning Fuqua Orchid Center. — Fodor's
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Midtown
8 reviews
Located in Atlanta's vibrant Midtown district, the Center for Puppetry Arts has been offering family-friendly puppetry programs since 1978. — Travel + Leisure
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Grant Park
10 reviews
Follow winding paths through ornate mausoleums and sculptures at this eerie Grant Park attraction. — Travel + Leisure
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Midtown
8 reviews
Opened in 1929, when movie theaters were conceived along lavish lines, the Fox is a Moorish-Egyptian extravaganza complete with arabesque arches, onion domes, and minarets. — Frommer's
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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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Downtown
6 reviews
Modeled after the nation's Capitol, another neoclassical edifice atop a "crowning hill," its 75-foot dome, covered in gold leaf and topped by a Statue of Freedom, is a major Atlanta landmark. — Frommer's
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8 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
Preserves Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legacy through educational exhibits. — Not For Tourists
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Midtown
4 reviews
This former residence, now headquarters of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, is one of the finest works of Atlanta architect Willis F. Denny II. — Fodor's
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Old Fourth Ward
5 reviews
A Gothic Revival–style building completed in 1922, the church came to be known as the spiritual center of the civil rights movement. — Fodor's
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