Centennial Olympic Park

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Atlanta – Things to do

Atlanta Attractions

Experience Atlanta's charming mix of modern attractions and historic sights, take a stroll around the ultra chic Buckhead district, and discover decadent dining and world class shopping at Lenox Square® and Phipps Plaza. Stop for snack at the Central Food Hall at Ponce City Market take a tour of the CNN studios, visit Margaret Mitchel House, where she wrote her Pulitzer winning novel Gone with the Wind and learn about the life and impact of Martin Luther King Jr at the King Center.

Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park

Discover Atlanta's legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympics, located in downtown Atlanta, featuring wide, grassy areas interspersed with red brick paved walkways. There is a man-made river and a dancing water show harmonised with lights, sound effects, and music in the summer, and an ice skating rink opens in the winter. Throughout the year the park hosts live music, local bands, and other performances.

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World of Coca Cola

The New World of Coca-Cola

Explore the world of Coca-Cola at this impressive museum in Atlanta and discover the multi-sensory 4D theatre or head to The Hub to see the Coca-Cola polar bear, or view the Vault of the Secret Formula. Sample nearly 70 products offered by Coca-Cola in the Taste It! exhibit.

MLK Birth Home

Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site

This historic area includes numerous buildings around the boyhood home of Martin Luther King Jr. The visitor centre features exhibits which show the path of the Civil Rights Movement and how King came to play such a central role in it. Martin Luther King Jr is buried next to the Ebenezer Church. The King Center explores the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. King's wife Coretta Scott King established the centre in his memory in 1968 and is dedicated to educating the world about nonviolence and humanising the Civil Rights era. Don't miss the reflecting pool and the tombs of both Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife Coretta Scott King.

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