Nearly 50,000 fans cheer every home game of 3-time World Series champions the Atlanta Braves at this modern baseball stadium, built for the 1996 Olympics.
Follow your nose through the fragrant, colorful flora of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, with thousands of gorgeously landscaped plants, a stunning Orchid atrium, and a 4-story skywalk through Storza Woods.
This 18-hole public golf course, rated at a par 72, offers daily public play and instructors to help you with your swing, 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta.
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Watch history unfurl as a stunning 358-foot-long cylindrical oil painting detailing the story of the Civil War gently spins around you at this one-of-a-kind museum.
Study the life of one of America’s most inspiring historical figures, Martin Luther King, Jr., at exhibits in his birth home and landmarks of the Civil Rights Movement.
Give your feet a rest and hop on an easy to ride, futuristic personal transport vehicle, a Segway, for one of several fascinating, relaxed-pace guided tours of Atlanta.
We didn't even get to the IMAX Theater -- there was so much else to see.
When the Great Hall was designed, it was meant to one day be the home of a large-scale
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I don't generally go to a lot of zoos, but when we were in the states, there was a lot of talk about Zoo Atlanta because of their brand new panda babies. Like many others,
Oakland Cemetery is Atlanta's celebrated historic cemetery. Founded in 1850, the cemetery traces the history of the city and is a great example of Atlanta's culture. The