Atlanta, the Georgian capital is an economic and cultural centre in America that offers splendid growth in the fields of arts, history, sports etc. Here is an insight into its top tourist attractions.
Atlanta History Center
The center is a big complex comprising of history museum, games museum, Kenan research center, Swan house and many historical gardens.
The aquarium being the largest in western hemisphere is home to the largest fish in the world, the whale shark including manta rays and beluga whales.
Center for Puppetry Arts
The center is a museum having puppets from all corners along with several photos, videos and posters about puppetry.
The Fox Theatre is one of the best performing arts theatre built in a combination of Islamic and Egyptian architecture.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
The museum portrays Georgia’s history by using modern techniques. The exhibits of dinosaur statues, skeletons, landscapes and travels are both entertaining and interactive.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
The garden is divided into different sections including rose garden, children’s garden, Japanese garden and woodland area having distinct animal and plant variety along with tropical birds.
Stone Mountain Park
The park has a stone mountain in the center where one can go only through a cable car. Alongside are an old steam railway and an artificial lake.
The historic cemetery is spread over six acres land and has parkland with wildlife, gardens and sculptures.
Centennial Olympic Park
The fountain of Olympic rings, music, lights and flags of different nations that were host of Olympic Games are the major attractions of Centennial Olympic Park.
The world famous news center attracts tourists where food court atrium, hotel and studio tours are available. One can also have a close view of his favorite newscaster and the technology used.