Atlanta Georgia Must See & Do
Centennial Olympic Park
Visit the 21-arce pubic park with legacy from the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and see the world's largest fountain featuring the Olympic symbol of five interconnecting rings with 25 water jets. The park is surrounded by many Atlanta Landmarks; Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Georgia World Congress and CNN.
Immerse yourself in the 50 minute CNN guided tour offering a look at the history of the CNN News Group networks, the coverage of events that shape our world and see the studios that are responsible for bringing news to over one billion around the world.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site
The national historic site consists of several buildings - The King Center, Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birth home (a free tour), Ebenezer Baptist Church where he was pastor and his gravesite. The King Center contains a museum that chronicles the American Civil Rights Movement and King's role in the movement.
World of Coca-Cola
Get the buzz on the world's most famous soft drink from a past, present and future perspective. Coco-Cola has been putting there secret formula for over 120 years. Sample over 70 different products, experience classic radio and television ads, view the world's largest memorabilia and much more.