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...
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Georgia Aquarium information
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).