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Georgia Shakespeare offers an exciting array of educational programming that will inspire you and your students with the thrilling possibilities of Will Power and the spoken word! So whether you ar...

The year was 1932 when founders Garnet and Frieda Carter opened the 15-acre preserve of panoramic views and geologic formations to the public. Since then, many families have seen the magnificence of t...

There is nothing about bombing down a high-speed straightaway in a high-performance SuperKart that is similar to driving whatever it is you drive - with one exception. You don't want to stop for di...

See the entire city of Atlanta from the best vantage point available. The Sun Dial View, at the Westin Peachtree Plaza, offers an unobstructed view of the entire city's skyline. To get there, you w...

Centennial Olympic Park is sometimes called the world's gathering place since its debut during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. Its reopening in 1998 hailed a new venue for great events while rem...

Located in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, only one half mile south of Alpine Helen, is Nacoochee Village. Nacoochee Village offers a variety of shopping and activities for the entire family whether ...

Many people think that when we talk about the Square we mean antebellum Glover Park, donated to the city by its first mayor. However, this attractive centerpiece is just a small part of Marietta "S...

The Governor's Mansion is the official home of Georgia 's 81st Governor, Sonny Perdue, and his wife, Mary. The Mansion, a three floor, 30-room, Greek Revival style home built in 1967, stands on approx...

The Center for Puppetry Arts is a must-see stop while you're in Atlanta, whatever your reason for visiting. The largest organization of its type in the U.S., the Center is dedicated to the art form...

ESPN Zone is not your average sports bar. This place is a burst-at-the-seams hub of energy and excitement. The Zone houses several sports bars and restaurants as well as a sport arcade full of challen...

Coca-Cola, known world-wide as one of America's favorite beverages, takes center stage on the World of Coca-Cola. Located at 121 Baker St. NW in downtown Atlanta, Ga, the World of Coca-Cola is the ...

A CNN Studio Tour is a must while you're in Atlanta. Anyone over 4 will enjoy this interactive experience at the network that made 24-hour cable news the norm in today's information age. The CNN Ce...

Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum is part of the Presidential Library system administered by the National Archives and Records Administration, a Federal government agenc...

Visions Children Entertainment featuring SAM the silly DJ, specializes in providing memorable parties for children ages 2 to 10. They entertain kids with music, games, face painting, tattoos, bubbles,...

A visit to this farm will put you in close proximity to about 300 different species of wild animals. This farm came into existence when the owners, Ron and Vivian Snider, decided to do something with ...

The year was 1932 when founders Garnet and Frieda Carter opened the 15-acre preserve of panoramic views and geologic formations to the public. Since then, many families have seen the magnificence of t...

The Atlanta Civic Center has, for more than three decades played host to some of the world’s most highly anticipated productions. The Atlanta Civic Center earned the privilege of serving as the offici...

Vacation in an authentic Pre-Civil War log cabin, in the mountains. Step back into the 1800s, as you approach our cabins you’ll notice the craftsmanship displayed by the early Appalachian people. M...

Cagle’s Dairy Farm is a working farm established in 1936. During the year, they open their business to teach children the ins and outs of farming, milking a cow, etc. As fall comes along, they design ...

Big Trees Forest is a fitting name for a great place. Nestled in the city of Sandy Springs, Big Tree Forest is the place to go to refresh your spirit and let your kids experience nature in a relaxed, ...

IceForum operates Georgia’s finest ice skating facilities located in Duluth and Kennesaw, Georgia. The ice surfaces in all IceForum facilities are regulation NHL size. In addition, all of the faciliti...

The only place in Atlanta where you can find outdoor ice skating is in Centennial Olympic Park! The ice skating rink features a three-inch thick sheet of real ice, covered observation seating, theatri...

Dailey’s Downstairs is a landmark in downtown Atlanta, as a casual grill in the daytime serving an eclectic menu of oversized sandwiches, burgers and colossal salads to the downtown office crowd. Perf...

Southeastern Expeditions (SEE) is a whitewater adventure company offering whitewater rafting, canoe, and kayaking trips on the Chattooga and Ocoee Rivers. Enjoy the beauty of the Chattahoochee Nationa...

Tour the famous Atlanta Motor Speedway and glimpse behind the scenes of one of the premier motor sports facilities in the country. Located just 30 miles south of downtown Atlanta, the speedway hos...

The Marietta Welcome Center should be your first stop to experiencing Marietta Square. Adjacent to the Marietta History Museum and the Gone With The Wind Movie Museum, their volunteers can help you pl...

Graves of young men, their final resting place marked by the flag for which they died. Picture courtesy Marietta Welcome Center. With the death toll rising rapidly in the Civil War, the idea to bury w...

The Confederate Cemetery in Marietta, Georgia has its humble beginnings in 1863. Built alongside the Marietta City Cemetery on a hill near the southern edge of the city, this is the final resting plac...

Many people think that when we talk about the Square we mean antebellum Glover Park, donated to the city by its first mayor. However, this attractive centerpiece is just a small part of Marietta ""Squ...

The 38,000-acre lake has 540 miles of shoreline. Lake Lanier Islands, a resort and water park, hugs its southernmost shore. The islands are the remnants of mountains submerged when the man-made lake w...

The Jubilee Cultural Arts Alliance is an independent, volunteer based organization dedicated to expanding the community to enjoy visual and performing arts in the Cumberland and Galleria area. Founded...

Some of the finest award winning Georgia Wines have been produced at Habersham Vineyards & Winery since 1983. Over 100 medals have been awarded to Habersham Wines in both national and international co...

The Archibald Smith Plantation shows us the way of live of a gone-by era. See the 1840’s Archibald Smith Plantation Home in Historic Roswell with original furnishings inside and 12 outbuildings includ...

Stroll along a mile-long trail on 24 wooded acres and encounter over six hundred highly sociable birds and animals indigenous to the state of Georgia. White-tailed deer, bunnies, buffalo, sheep, kid g...

Founded in 1886, Ebenezer was a spiritual center of the civil rights movement from 1960 to 1968, when Martin Luther King, Jr. served as co-pastor. His grandfather, the Rev. A. D. Williams, dedicate...

The Governor’s Mansion is the official home of Georgia’s 81st Governor, Sonny Perdue, and his wife, Mary. The Mansion, a three floor, 30-room, Greek Revival style home built in 1967, stands on approxi...

Paintball Atlanta is a large multi-field complex designed for the recreational and tournament players in mind. The location with the most variety in the area. Paintball America has a large, multi-fiel...

Originally built for the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Turner Field is now one of the premier places to watch a baseball game. With an aging Atlanta Fulton County Stadium, the Braves began pursuing a new ...

Blue Ridge Scenic Railway—all aboard for fun and adventure! Blue Ridge Mountains await you, nestled in the mountains of Georgia’s Chattahoochee National Forest. This fun-filled train ride is a 26-mile...

Atlantic Station is open to the public after eight years of planning and development. Experience all this new community has to offer, including shopping, dining, entertainment and public parks. Beauti...

Kangaroo Conservation Center offers a visit to Australia without ever leaving Georgia. It’s located just one hour north of Atlanta. The Center boasts the largest kangaroo collection outside of Austral...

The Center for Puppetry Arts is a must-see stop while you’re in Atlanta, whatever your reason for visiting. The largest organization of its type in the U.S., the Center is dedicated to the art form of...

The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, administered by the National Park Service, includes King’s birth home, church and grave. The National Park Service’s Visitor Center features exhibi...

The Georgia Dome, the largest cable-supported dome stadium in the world, is the home of the Atlanta Falcons Football team and has a capacity for 71,250 persons. The dome’s floor has 102,000 square fee...

Atlanta Botanical Gardens is home to an astonishing variety of plants and animals that delight and entertain all who visit. Every time you visit, you have the opportunity to discover a new natural ...

Don’t miss the Giant Pandas of Chengdu, now open! See gorillas, orangutans, tigers, lions, giraffes, elephants, birds and more in natural habitats. Zoo Atlanta’s renovation in 1985 to provide zoo anim...

A CNN Studio Tour is a must while you’re in Atlanta. Anyone over 4 will enjoy this interactive experience at the network that made 24-hour cable news the norm in today’s information age. The CNN Cente...

Babyland General Hospital, where Cabbage Patch Kids are born and raised until their almost certain adoption, is where you can go to “pick” your very own kid and formally adopt him or her. There is tru...

Little Five Points neighborhood in Atlanta is the coolest spot in town. From it's humble beginnings as a bohemian hangout the neighborhood has blossomed into a rich cultural center of art, theater, an...

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