Popular things to do in Atlanta and great places to take out-of-town guests
Experience the world’s largest aquarium with more animals than any other, in more than ten million gallons of water.
The Skyview Atlanta Ferris Wheel offer riders an aerial view of downtown Atlanta above Centennial Olympic Park
View the beauty of nature at Callaway Gardens
Float, fish, hike or play in the 48 miles of the Chattahoochee River
A network of parks, trails and transit on a 22-mile former railroad corridor circling downtown Atlanta neighborhoods from Peachtree Hills to West End to Grant Park.
Come visit the more than 1,500 animals including the Giant Pandas at Zoo Atlanta in Grant Park
See what's in bloom at the Atlanta Botanical Garden
Stay cool this summer at Atlanta's hottest water park
Catch all the thrills at Georgia's own amusement park
Sparking the imagination and learning for all children through the power of play
Visit a unique place where children and adults are educated and entertained through the art of puppetry.
Spend the day and enjoy the fun in the heart of downtown at Centennial Olympic Park
Explore the story of Coca-Cola® - at The World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place
Go behind the scenes with an insider’s view of the global headquarters of CNN
The National Historic Site to learn, be inspired and pay respects to Dr. King’s legacy and the Civil Rights Movement
There is an adventure waiting for you at Stone Mounatin Park
The 1936 book and 1939 movie set in Atlanta continues to draw tourists, fans and visitors searching for Tara
Come see the more than 13,000 works of art The High Museum of Art.
Explore cultural treasures, science interactives and the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, at Fernbank Museum.
Visitors and newcomers to Atlanta, we have some helpful resources: How to get around the Atlanta Airport and Atlanta roads and highways, transit and rail options, and links to to the best calendars and things to do during your visit
Use AJC's calendars to find the best festivals, sports events, concerts and places to take family of all ages.
From lakes, shopping areas to beaches and mountains, here are some ideas for fun day trips close to metro Atlanta