Atlanta – Georgia’s Capital
Georgia’s lively and bustling capital city–Atlanta is known to be a place where there is so much to see and do that you could sojourn the place again and again and still not get enough of this marvelous city. Here is a list of some mesmerizing destinations.
Charms of the city of Atlanta:
Talking about the activities and attractions in Atlanta, there are plenty. This justifies that Atlanta isn’t a city of boredom. Starting off with The Fox Theater, originally planned as a part of a large Shrine temple, the Fox Theater hosts a wide array of entertainment performances which includes operas, ballet, rock concerts, and movies, with tons of productions a year. Its intramural has been restored in order to maintain its grandeur. A great attraction for kids and one of the top things to do in Atlanta, the Georgia Aquarium which is also marked as the World’s largest Aquarium accommodates more than 100,000 aquatic animals constituting about 700 incompatible species. The aquarium exhibits rare albino alligators, sea otters, beluga whales, giant octopi, stingrays and a manta ray. There is also an opportunity to swim with the fish. Those who do not wish to get wet; the aquarium has a pigmented tunnel to walk through so the visitors could have a look at the aquatic beauty.
Next up, the museum of Center for Civil and Human Rights, located in Downtown Atlanta– is dedicated to the accomplishment of both the civil rights movement in the United States and the worldly renowned organization for the human rights. It explores the history of Jim Crow’s life with genuine photos, videos, newscasts, personal accounts etc. The individual galleries captivate tourists through an integration of powerful imagery, plaintive storytelling, and enthralling artifacts. Next up: the Atlanta History Center is a gigantic multiplex that incorporates the Kennan Research Center, Centennial Olympic Games Museum, Swan House, Smith Family Farm, Atlanta History Museum, along with many other historical parks. The museum exhibits a collection of topics which incorporates the American Civil War, Folk Art of the South and various other presentations related to the history of Atlanta.
The World of Coca-Cola displays the history and jubilant development of the world-famous drink in entertaining ways to gratify all ages. This 20-acre museum is located in Atlanta, Georgia. It was opened to the public on May 24, 2007. Relating to nature and one of the most admired places to visit near Atlanta is the Stone Mountain Park. Within the center of the park is the Stone Mountain, a quartz monzonite dome monadnock. The mountain is chiseled with Civil War figures such as Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson. Being one of the most visited places in Atlanta, it also offers a beach, golf courses, several restaurants, and a wildlife preserve for you to tour.