The headquarters of the cable-TV news service. You might be tempted to take the CNN tour, a behind-the-scenes glance at the 24-hour news...
World of Coca-Cola
Next door to the Georgia Aquarium, this self-congratulatory museum might prove entertaining to fans of the fizzy beverage and rash...
Georgia State Capitol
The gold-domed capitol is Atlanta's political hub. The free tours include a film about the legislative process and a glance at the...
Centennial Olympic Park
The Centennial Olympic Park is a 21-acre legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games. Concerts and special events are held throughout the year....
This drive-in restaurant on steroids (it's the world's largest) has been an Atlanta institution since 1928. It's little more than a...
Lonely Planet review
The world's largest aquarium is Atlanta's showstopper. It's crowded, like Venice, but it's awesomeness is hard to deny: whale sharks, beluga whales and the new $110 million AT&T Dolphin Tales gallery, theater and show ($13.50 add-on), where human actors/trainers and majestic bottlenose dolphins perform together in a Vegas-meets-Broadway production of spectacle and cheese (think more Pirates of the Caribbean than underwater Cirque du Soleil).