Unlock the magic of Atlanta

Atlanta, the capital of the state of Georgia has an Atlanta History Centre that showcases the importance it played in the Civil War. The Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site is devoted to the African-American leader’s life. Atlanta is also known for its musical heritage (this is where John Mayer got his big break) as well as its Southern hospitality. It’s also home to the world’s busiest airport Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Attractions in Atlanta

Atlanta Civil Rights Movement
For over thirty years, Atlanta was called 'the cradle of the Civil Rights Movement', where leaders took on systemic racism at several layers of civil society.
Sweet Auburn
The national historic landmark district in the historically African-American community was at the center of the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta.
Martin Luther King Jr National Historical Park
The National Historical Park is an immersive experience in Atlanta where guests can explore the life and work of Dr. King, from his birthplace through his legacy in Civil Rights.
Founded in 1957 by Dr. KIng and others, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference was founded to help centralize the efforts of the Civil Rights Movement throughout the country.
Centennial Olympic Park
Formed after the 1996 olympics in Atlanta, the park now serves as an extensive green space for the community and travelers.
Georgia State Capitol
Formerly the Atlanta City Council building, the capitol has served as the seat of state government for over a century and also houses a museum which displays the history of the state.
Ponce City Market
Looking for where the Midtown locals are? Find them here at historic Ponce City Market, doing their weekly shopping for produce and enjoying a bite with friends.
Piedmont Park
Central to the heart of Midtown, Piedmont Park is an oasis in the urban jungle.
Downtown Atlanta is not only where the state capitol is, but also home to the stadium of the Atlanta Falcons and the site which hosted the 1996 Olympics.
Historically notable for being the home of 'Gone with the Wind' author Margaret Mitchell, Midtown is also home to the massive Piedmont Park.
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights
The 42,000 square foot center in downtown Atlanta was founded in 2007 and tells the story of global human rights causes, abuses, and movements
Stone Mountain
The natural geological formation - a giant stone mountain - has since been the site of controversy, as three leaders of the Confederacy are carved into the face of the mountain.
Tomb of Martin Luther King Jr.
The tomb of Martin Luther Jr. and Coretta Scott King is located across Auburn Avenue from the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Visitor Center and is surrounded by a reflecting pool.
SkyView Atlanta
SkyView Ferris wheel features 42 private gondolas with amazing city views.


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