Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

6.9
6000 N Terminal Pkwy (at Airport Loop Rd), Atlanta, GA
Airport · 4066 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Founded in 1837 as the end of the Western&Atlantic railroad, Atlanta was first called Marthasville, nicknamed Terminus, and later changed to the feminine of Atlantic, after the railroad. Read more.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

2. Fernbank Museum of Natural History

8.7
767 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta, GA
Science Museum · Eastside · 77 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Fernbank was named by a young girl named Emily who played in the woodlands during her childhood in the 19th century. She was inspired by the forest to become a naturalist and educator. Read more.

Stone Mountain Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

3. Stone Mountain Park

9.2
1000 Robert E. Lee Dr., Stone Mountain, GA
Park · 265 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Stone Mountain is a pluton, a type of igneous intrusion formed as a result of the upwelling of magma from within the Earth’s crust. Read more.

Six Flags White Water is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

4. Six Flags White Water

7.8
250 Cobb Pkwy N (at Gresham Rd.), Marietta, GA
Theme Park · 51 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Six Flags White Water is the largest waterpark in the South! The 9-story Cliffhanger is one of the tallest free-falls in the world.

Piedmont Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

5. Piedmont Park

9.6
400 Park Dr NE (Piedmont Ave. NE), Atlanta, GA
Park · Piedmont Park · 274 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The stone balustrades throughout the park originally held steps leading to buildings built for the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition World's Fair. Read more.

World of Coca-Cola is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

6. World of Coca-Cola

8.7
121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Downtown Atlanta · 487 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Coca-Cola was created in 1886 by Atlanta pharmacist Dr. John S. Pemberton. Servings were originally sold for 5 cents a glass. Read more.

Zoo Atlanta is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

7. Zoo Atlanta

9.0
800 Cherokee Ave SE (at Grant Park), Atlanta, GA
Zoo · Grant Park · 150 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? When it opened in 1889, the zoo's collection of abandoned circus animals featured a jaguar, a hyena, a bear, a raccoon, an elk, a gazelle, a Mexican hog, lionesses, pumas, camels &snakes Read more.

Grant Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

8. Grant Park

9.4
537 Park Ave SE (at Hansell St SE), Atlanta, GA
Park · Grant Park · 44 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Grant Park was established in 1883 and is the oldest city park in Atlanta. The park originally featured Lake Abana, which was drained in 1960. Read more.

Robert W. Woodruff Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

9. Robert W. Woodruff Park

7.0
51 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA
Park · Five Points District · 25 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The bronze sculpture, ‘Phoenix Rising from the Ashes,’ symbolizes Atlanta’s rebirth after the Civil War. The phoenix appears in Egyptian, Arabian, Asian, Roman, and Greek mythologies. Read more.

Morgan Falls Overlook Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

10. Morgan Falls Overlook Park

8.9
200 Morgan Falls Rd, Sandy Springs, GA
Park · 41 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The dam at Morgan Falls Park was built in 1904, originally to provide power to Atlanta’s streetcars. Today it provides power to about 4400 homes.

High Museum of Art is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

11. High Museum of Art

9.3
1280 Peachtree St NE (at 16th St. NE), Atlanta, GA
Art Museum · Midtown · 189 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The High is the only major general museum in North America to have a curatorial department devoted specifically to folk and self-taught art. Read more.

The Children's Museum of Atlanta is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

12. The Children's Museum of Atlanta

8.4
275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW (Baker Street), Atlanta, GA
Museum · Downtown Atlanta · 33 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Atlanta's only children's museum, Imagine It! has had over 1 million visitors since opening in 2003. Read more.

Six Flags Over Georgia is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

13. Six Flags Over Georgia

8.6
275 Riverside Pkwy (I-20 at Six Flags Dr), Austell, GA
Theme Park · 222 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The name Six Flags refers to the 6 flags that have flown over Georgia in the state’s history – Spain, France, U.K., U.S.A., Confederate States of America, and the state of Georgia. Read more.

Dr Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

14. Dr Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site

9.5
450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA
Historic Site · Sweet Auburn · 45 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his father, and his grandfather all preached at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. Dr. King received his License to Preach at the age of 17 and was ordained at 19. Read more.

The Varsity is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

15. The Varsity

8.5
61 North Ave NW (at Spring St NW), Atlanta, GA
Hot Dog Joint · Midtown · 329 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Two miles of hot dogs, a ton of onions, 2500 pounds of potatoes, 5000 fried pies and 300 gallons of chili are made from scratch daily at The Varsity, the world's largest drive-in! Read more.

Georgia Aquarium is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

16. Georgia Aquarium

9.3
225 Baker St NW (at Luckie St NW), Atlanta, GA
Aquarium · Downtown Atlanta · 564 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The whale shark is considered the largest fish in the world. The Georgia Aquarium is the only aquarium outside of Asia to exhibit whale sharks. Read more.

Center for Puppetry Arts is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

17. Center for Puppetry Arts

9.0
1404 Spring St NW (at 18th St NW), Atlanta, GA
Performing Arts Venue · Midtown · 42 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Puppetry is an ancient art, thought to originate around 30,000 B.C. Nearly every culture in the world has some form of puppetry. Read more.

Inside CNN Studio Tour is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

18. Inside CNN Studio Tour

7.9
190 Marietta St NW (One CNN Center), Atlanta, GA
General Entertainment · Downtown Atlanta · 23 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? CNN made history (and changed journalism forever) in 1980 when it became the first all-news television network in the U.S. and the first to provide 24-hour news coverage.

Cochran Shoals - Chattahoochee River is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

19. Cochran Shoals - Chattahoochee River

9.1
Eugene Gunby Rd (Interstate N Pkwy), Atlanta, GA
Park · East Cobb · 33 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The river is home to trout, bass, catfish and 20 other species of fish. 240 bird species live or pass through the area, as well as rabbits, deer, river otters and other animals. Read more.

Centennial Olympic Park is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

20. Centennial Olympic Park

9.4
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW (Marietta St), Atlanta, GA
Park · Downtown Atlanta · 198 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? Granite from each of the five continents represented in the Olympic Games was incorporated in the park. Read more.

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum is one of Places to Visit in Atlanta, GA.

21. Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

6.2
800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA
History Museum · Grant Park · 16 tips and reviews

K12 IncK12 Inc: Did you know? The Battle of Atlanta was fought on July 22, 1864 with an estimated 12,140 causalities. Though ultimately a Union victory, Atlanta would not fall until September 2, 1864. Read more.