Things To Do In And Around Atlanta, brought to you by All Four Seasons Garage Doors Kennesaw GA
There's plenty to see and do in Atlanta, Georgia. With museums, historic sites, the zoo, the aquarium, drive-in theaters, sporting events, and farmers' markets, there's no excuse for sitting at home. Back your car out of the garage, go out, and have fun.
Georgia Aquarium has 10,000,000 gallons of salt water and fresh water exhibits. They have dolphins, beluga whales, sea otters, penguins, seals, turtles, tortoises, sharks, rays, and fish. Hands-on exhibits make learning fun for kids and their parents.
There are over 40 museums in and around Atlanta. Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta is great for the youngsters. The exhibits are designed for children 8 or younger. Fernbank Museum of Natural History is for the whole family, with exhibits including dinosaurs, Native American history and culture, an IMAX theater, and frequent traveling exhibits from museums across the USA. The Wren's Nest was the home of Joel Chandler Harris from 1881 to 1908. Come on a Saturday afternoon to hear one of the storytellers. World of Coca-Cola explains how soda pop is made. The Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum is one of the finest Civil War museums in the United States, and home to the world's largest oil painting. For those who prefer sports to history, try the College Football Hall of Fame or the Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum & Hall of Fame. The Atlanta History Center extends over 30 acres and focuses on local history.
Zoo Atlanta has more than 40 species of mammals, 50 species of birds, 20 species of amphibians, and over 100 different species of reptiles. From alligator to zebra, you'll marvel at the diversity of wildlife found at Zoo Atlanta.
Atlanta has many theaters, from the Center for Puppetry Arts to the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse to Fox Theatre to Starlight Six Drive-In. Whether you want to see a Broadway musical, go to a comedy club, see a movie, or listen to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, you'll have an easy time finding entertainment to suit your taste and your budget.
If you don't want to drive yourself around Georgia's capital city, there are many tours you can take. The Peachtree Trolley is a fun way to see the city and learn its history. Atlanta Preservation Center Guided Walking Tours and Atlanta Food Walks combine healthy exercise with an exploration of southern architecture, southern history, and southern cuisine. Atlanta Movie Tours is a three hour guided tour of places in Atlanta that have appeared in the movies and on TV. There are nearly a dozen ghost tours in and around Atlanta, both walking tours and by trolley.
Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym is an indoor rock-climbing facility. Skyview Atlanta is a Ferris wheel with 42 climate-controlled gondolas. It provides a wonderful view of the city. HippoHop is an indoor playground with a maze, an obstacle course, bouncing balls, play houses, and inflatables, where children can burn off some energy and get some healthy exercise.
Only a short drive from Atlanta is Stone Mountain Park, 3,200 acres of fun and natural beauty. The park is home to many activities: the Skyride aerial tram to the top of the mountain, a train ride, and Sky Hike, a treetop adventure. View the largest bas-relief carving in the world, a gigantic portrait of Confederate generals. Go hiking. Have a picnic. Visit the Antebellum Plantation and Farmyard. Watch the laser show. Stone Mountain Park hosts many seasonal events: Memorial Day Weekend in May, the Yellow Daisy Festival, an arts and crafts festival, in September, Stone Mountain Highland Games in October, and Snow Mountain in winter.
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