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Georgia Aquarium is a public aquarium in Atlanta that is a home to nearly hundred thousand animals. It represents numerous marine species that live in millions of gallons of salt or marine water. Georgia Aquarium is an intriguing, entertaining and educational experience for visitors of all ages. Along with a fun-filled learning experience, the aquarium also encourages its visitors to develop an admiration towards the world's aquatic biodiversity.
World of Coca Cola
World of Coca-Cola is a museum that showcases the history of the Coca-Cola company. The original exhibit was founded in the year 1990 which was later replaced by this current exhibit which was opened for public in 2007. In the loft, you can get immersed in the rich heritage of Coca-Cola. You will get to witness about 200 international and historical artifacts that represent 125 years' journey of Coca-Cola.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Atlanta Botanical Garden is the best place to commune with nature. Spread across a vast area of 30 acres, the Atlanta Botanical Garden develops and maintains a collection of the most unique and beautiful plants for display, conservation, education and enjoyment. Guests are invited to click pictures and make videos of the garden for personal use but for professional photo shoots appointment has to be scheduled in advance.
Zoo Atlanta is a zoological park that is accredited to Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Atlanta. This is one of the four U.S. zoos that house giant pandas. It was opened in 1989 and has changed dramatically since then. It is home to nearly 1500 animals of around 200 species and is a rare experience for its guests.
Fox Theater which was formerly a movie palace is a 4,665 seat performing art auditorium. It hosts a number of artistic and cultural events like the Atlanta ballet, performances by national touring companies of Broadway shows, summer film series etc. The theatre is so grand that it never ceases to impress the theatre loves around the world.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
This expansive museum designed by Graham Gund Architects hosts a number of permanent exhibitions as well as temporary exhibits and also programming about natural history. Its main motive is to educate the public in an entertaining manner and to inculcate a greater appreciation for the planet and its inhabitants.
Atlanta originated as rail terminus in the mid-nineteenth century and has since been known as the 'city on the move' in many ways. It is the capital of Georgia and is famous for its progressive spirit as it has rebuilt itself from the scratch post the American civil war and has become the national center of Business and commerce. Since a large part of its population has migrated from different parts of U.S. Atlanta has a dynamic, noticeable Southern culture. The ever-increasing number of immigrants to the U.S. has made Atlanta the cultural and economic hub of Georgia.
How to Get Tickets?
You can approach any travel agent for this or you can also use the regular route i.e. purchasing your plane tickets on your own. Travel insurance is a must when you are going to Atlanta.
How To Get Around?
Atlanta boasts MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority) which is a rapid transit system operating 240 electric rail cars over a 62.7 km long track. These lines will take you across Atlanta from the Five Point Station from the heart of the city. Buses also run in coordination with the trains. Around 150 bus routes cover the city. For an easy, quick and elegant ride you can hire a shuttle or a limo service and travel to and fro the city hassle-free.
What Should I Wear?
Atlanta is pretty hot in summers. In order to beat the heat, carry a couple pair of shorts, some t-shirts or tank tops, and other breathable lightweight items of clothing. If you love water parks, carry a swimsuit. Sudden rainstorms commonly occur during summers; hence a waterproof jacket is a must. If you are traveling during winters, a pair or two of jeans, some long sleeved t-shirts, a sweater and a medium bulk jacket would be the need of the hour. For some extra warmth pack some scarves, gloves and knit-caps. It rarely snows in Atlanta, so snowshoes are not needed for trekking through the Arctic.
Best Time to Visit
If you are interested in outdoor activities and music concerts, the best time to visit Atlanta would be from May to August. Summers are extremely hot and July is the hottest month, so spring and fall are recommended for visiting as the temperature is cooler and the room rates are also cheaper. If you want even lower room rates, winter is the preferable time. Atlanta gets very little snow and you can enjoy activities like hiking trails, biking, golf and tennis.
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Will I Need a Guide?
If it is your first visit to this splendid city, and you fear to get lost or missing on some of the important sites, it is better to take a tour. This way you will get to enjoy your trip to the most without putting in much of effort and will not miss out any of the attractions as the tour guide will be there to take care of you and the entire group.
How To Get There?
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is one of the busiest airports of the world and provides air service to nearly 150 U.S. destinations and connects Atlanta with more than 75 airports in 50 countries. Amtrak which is the national rail passenger system serves Atlanta via the Crescent Train which has a stop at the Peachtree station. Atlanta also has a continuous bus service that connects it with all the major cities of the United States.