If you’re fortunate enough to find yourself in Atlanta, be sure to check out these popular tourist attractions:
LEGOLAND Discovery Center- Whether you’re a young child or just a child at heart, you have to see the sights and sounds of the LEGOLAND Discovery Center. See a miniature Lego version of the city of Atlanta come to life in the daytime and at night in the Miniland exhibit, and take in an exciting Lego movie at the Lego 4D Cinema, complete with rain, snow, and wind elements that make it seem all the more realistic. Located on the north side of Atlanta inside the Phipps Plaza Shopping Mall and only costing $18/ticket when purchased online, LEGOLAND is definitely worth stopping by!
World of Coca-Cola- Located in the heart of Atlanta and adjacent to the Centennial Olympic Park, the World of Coca-Cola is every coke-lover’s dream! Highlights of the World of Coca-Cola include a 3D Theater where you can watch the movie “In Search of the Secret Formula”, the actual vault of the secret formula, Bottle Works where you get an in-depth look at the bottling process, and getting to meet and have your picture taken with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear.
National Center for Civil and Human Rights- Located in downtown Atlanta and very close to the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is an engaging collection of exhibitions where visitors can learn more about civil and human rights. Permanent exhibits include the “The American Civil Rights Movement” and “The Global Human Rights Movement”, and there are also temporary exhibits that rotate through the center.
Piedmont Park- Located just north of downtown Atlanta, there’s certainly no shortage of things to do in Piedmont Park, Atlanta’s most famous park. You can take your pick of activities including strolling around the picturesque Lake Clara Meer and playing a myriad of sports including soccer, tennis, volleyball, baseball and bocce. The park also has a sizable dog park, along with many hiking trails. The park is also home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, which has a plethora of garden exhibits.