Excursions in Atlanta

You can book more than 37 tours, tickets to museums, and skip-the-line passes to the main sights in Atlanta.

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Whether you're looking for a weekend escape from the big city or you're interested in seeing some of the most beautiful sites in Georgia, you'll find plenty to see and do in Atlanta. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Atlanta.

Stone Mountain Park

Located about twenty miles from downtown Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park offers visitors a variety of attractions and activities. The area is also home to a variety of special events throughout the year. The park is also home to the world's largest high-relief stone sculpture, a beautiful Grist Mill, and an amusement park.

Stone Mountain Park

The Discovering Stone Mountain Museum provides a fascinating look at the history of the mountain. There are several exhibits that highlight the evolution of the mountain, from its early days to the present. There are also several scale models and a short video presentation that gives visitors an overview of the mountain's history.

One of the most impressive attractions at Stone Mountain is the high-speed Swiss cable car. This attraction is located on the summit of the mountain. It offers scenic views of the mountain and the Confederate Memorial Carving. It's a $5 addition to the park's entrance fee.

A 40-minute adventure takes visitors from the ground to Stone Mountain Lake. The ticket is $5 for adults and $9 for kids. On certain limited attraction days, it's included in the park's one-day all-attractions pass.

There are a variety of other attractions at the park, including the Dino-rific Dinotorium and the Stone Mountain Scenic Railroad. The Lasershow Spectacular is another must-see at the park. The show features fireworks, music, and laser beams. It's been running for 30 years and continues to be a favorite of locals.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Located in Midtown Atlanta, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is a wonderful place to visit. This 30 acre garden has a variety of activities to keep the whole family busy. From water features to a children's garden to an orchid garden, there is plenty to see and do.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden is open to visitors all year round. It is especially beautiful during the fall and winter months. The garden is free to visit. The garden also offers special events and activities throughout the year. During the winter, the Garden Lights, Holiday Nights event features lights, music and special activities.

Another fun activity is the Water "painting" wall. This is a special feature that features a simulated waterfall. Visitors can watch as the water flows over the wall. This arty entertainment is especially fun for kids.

Other highlights at the Atlanta Botanical Garden include the Children's Garden, the Edible Garden and the Fuqua Orchid Center. The Fuqua Orchid Center features the largest orchid collection in the United States. It also has a moss log and an indoor waterfall. The Fuqua Orchid Center also features workshops and classes.

For more information about the Atlanta Botanical Garden, check out the website. The website has information about the Garden, its programs, and special events. It also includes an itinerary for first-time visitors.

The Garden Lights, Holiday Nights event is held in November and January. The event features a series of lights and music that will have you giddy.

High Museum of Art

Located in the heart of midtown Atlanta, the High Museum of Art is one of the city's best museums. The institution has a vast collection, including art from all over the world. It features works by European, American and African artists. It also has a permanent exhibit of modern and contemporary art. The museum offers numerous events and educational programs, including art classes for kids of all ages.

A unique aspect of the museum is the emphasis on self-taught art. These artists lack formal training, but their work makes up for it with invention and fun. The High has a curatorial department devoted to this type of art.

The High Museum has a permanent exhibit of modern and contemporary European art, as well as folk art. The collection also includes major holdings of African art and photography.

The museum offers free admission on the second Sunday of the month. It also has special events and programs that include gallery talks, music performances and more. It is also a Smithsonian Institution affiliate.

Throughout the year, the High Museum of Art holds various temporary exhibits. Currently, it is displaying the work of Yayoi Kusama, a Japanese artist. The exhibition explores more than fifty years of Kusama's work. It includes sculptures and film excerpts.

In addition to the permanent collection, the High Museum of Art has numerous galleries showcasing European, African and American art. It has partnerships with museums across the world.

Atlanta Baseball Park

Located on 755 Battery Avenue SE, Truist Park is the new home of the defending World Series Champion Atlanta Braves. Its southern hospitality combines the classic feel of a ballpark with the latest amenities. Truist Park offers several seating options to suit every budget.

There are more than 7,000 seats for under $20. For those looking for a little extra, the Coors Light Chophouse section offers great views. The stadium's convenience store, Centerfield Market, also features healthy grab-and-go meals and gluten-free options.

The Braves' stadium is surrounded by The Battery, a mixed-use development. It includes offices, restaurants, and shops. The Battery Atlanta offers a variety of special events throughout the year.

The Braves are one of the most popular teams in the MLB. They are also the longest continuously operating franchise in the league. They have won four World Series in their history. They moved to Atlanta from Milwaukee in 1966. They also have a family kid zone in their stadium.

The Braves stadium also features some of the best dining concessions in Atlanta. They have a restaurant called Chop House in the right-field area. It offers two large patios that offer great views of the game. The restaurant also hosts private events.

The stadium's Georgia Power Pavilion hosts free concerts and other Braves related contests. It also has a kids zone that includes games and a zip line. It's free to enter on Sundays.

Atlanta History Center

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Atlanta History Center is an educational and entertaining attraction. It has one of the largest collections of historical artifacts in the southeast. There are a number of permanent exhibitions, as well as rotating exhibitions that change every three months. You can also visit the museum's many historic houses.

The Atlanta History Center's main attraction is the Cyclorama, a full-color, three-dimensional illusion depicting the Battle of Atlanta during the Civil War. It measures 375 feet in length and width. It was designed by Philip Trammell Shutze in 1928. It features an African American, who is believed to be symbolic of the Union cause.

The center also has a number of other interesting exhibits, including the Margaret Mitchell House and the Centennial Olympic Games Museum. The museum is also home to the Western & Atlantic Railroad locomotive Texas, from "The Great Locomotive Chase".

There are also six historic gardens on the campus of the Atlanta History Center. These include the Swan House, which features an opulent interior, as well as a Hudson horse named Henrietta.

The center is located on West Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead, and it's easy to get there by car, bus, or MARTA train. The center offers complimentary parking.

In addition to the permanent and rotating exhibitions, the Atlanta History Center offers a wide variety of programs and events. These include lectures, performances, and book signings. You can also get involved in a number of hands-on activities, such as historic simulations and historic tours.

Six Flags White Water

Whether you are in the mood for thrill rides or family-friendly games, Six Flags White Water is the perfect park for you. It's located 30 miles north of Atlanta in Marietta, Georgia.

The park has plenty to keep you busy, from thrill rides to games to a family-friendly pool. It also features a buffet, which offers a variety of food, from burgers to funnel cakes. You can even enjoy a glass of wine.

A few of the rides include the Dive Bomber, which is the tallest water slide in the world. This ten-story capsule launches riders into a 90-degree drop.

The Python Plunge is also new to Six Flags White Water, which features multiple swirling discs and adrenaline-pumping drops. Riders can also enjoy live music on the Python Plunge.

In addition to the Python Plunge, the park also has several other rides. These rides include the four-person raft ride, which simulates the thrills of white-water rafting. The raft is also equipped with a 41-foot drop.

Six Flags White Water also features the 700,000-gallon wave pool, which simulates the crashing waves of the sea. The Wave Pool also features a stage for daytime concerts. The park also has a tree house, which allows visitors to take in the beauty of the park from above.

In addition to the water rides, there are also many games to play at Six Flags White Water. This park offers the largest collection of water games in the Southeast.

Guided tours and excursions in Atlanta

Whether you're a tourist or an Atlanta native, there are many different guided tours and excursions to choose from. These tours include tours of the city's history, as well as tours of its culture and food. You can even go on a tour of the city's street art.

Atlanta has a history that reflects the role that the city played in the American Civil War. Its architecture and historical sites reflect this history. For example, Atlanta was the site of the Battle of Atlanta, the largest battle of the Civil War.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

The city of Atlanta was also a major player in the civil rights movement. You can visit the Atlanta Museum of History to learn more about this history. Its collection of artifacts, including King's papers, shows his role in the civil rights movement.

The Atlanta Electric Car Tour offers a unique way to explore the city's main attractions. The tour lasts for around 90 minutes, with a live tour guide and comfortable electric cars. The tour takes guests to key locations, including Kennesaw Mountain Park, Inman Park, Stone Mountain Park, and the Atlanta History Center.

The Superhero Movie Tour gives guests the opportunity to see the sites of several of Atlanta's most popular movies. The tour includes a guided coach tour, a trivia game, and a commemorative photo. You'll also sample the best food that Downtown Atlanta has to offer. You'll also visit film sets, and learn about the city's rich culture and history.

If you're an art lover, there are many Atlanta tours that will introduce you to the city's modern art. These tours cover over 100 monuments and murals, with a guide to help you discover the city's artistic expression. You'll also see the city's contemporary public art displays. You can also explore the city's graffiti and murals.

Atlanta is one of the largest cities in the United States, with a population of over 1.6 million people. There are many museums in the city, including the Margaret Mitchell Museum, which features a large collection of her works. The museum also houses memorabilia from Gone With The Wind.

Another popular Atlanta tour is the Georgia Tour Company. This tour company has been a TripAdvisor favorite for years. The company has a knowledgeable guide that specializes in historic architecture. Its guides are local history experts, and they will regale you with stories about the city's history. The company also offers walking tours, which are a great way to see the city.

The Georgia Tour Company also offers Walking Dead tours, which are great for fans of the popular AMC show. You'll also have the opportunity to visit film sets, as well as learn about the city's rich culture and civil rights history. Guests will also receive a commemorative photo of Atlanta.

Other Atlanta tours include the Atlanta Ghost Tour, which zips through historic neighborhoods and stops at landmarks. The tour includes stops at the Ebenezer Baptist Church and Oakland Cemetery. The tour also includes a visit to the CNN Center, which is one of Atlanta's most impressive adaptive reuse projects.

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