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APEX Museum – The APEX Museum is an African American history museum in Downtown Atlanta.
Arts for All Gallery / VSA arts of Georgia – VSA arts of Georgia provides access to the arts for people with disabilities and those who are economically disadvantaged.  VSA is a statewide resource working with artists and organizations to fulfill a vision of an inclusive community that encourages everyone to enjoy and participate in the arts. Located in the downtown area of Atlanta, Georgia.
Atlanta Ballet – Atlanta Ballet has the highest standard of artistry and vision. The South’s premier ballet company brings you a dynamic season you will remember for years to come.
Atlanta Botanical Gardens – Containing Outdoor Gardens, a Fuqua Orchard Center and a children’s garden, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens offer special exhibits and educational opportunities year round. Located in Midtown next to Piedmont Park.
The Atlanta Braves – Official web site for the Atlanta Braves baseball team.

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum – Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum is home for the world’s largest painting, “The Battle of Atlanta” and also home of the historic Civil War locomotive “TEXAS”. Through spectacular music, art and sound effects, history comes alive as you step back to July 22, 1864 and become part of the battle. Located in historic Grant Park, next to Zoo Atlanta.
Atlanta Downtown – Atlanta Downtown is your comprehensive, interactive guide to all thing happening in Downtown Atlanta.
The Atlanta Hawks – Official web site for the Atlanta Hawks basketball team.
Atlanta History Center – Explore award-winning exhibitions in the Atlanta History Center‘s museum, a two-story facility with 30,000 square feet of exhibition space, a 118-seattheater, a museum shop, The Coca-Cola Cafe, and classrooms.
Atlanta Symphony – The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is one of the youngest American orchestras to achieve prominence on the global stage. Now in its 56th season!
Centennial Olympic Park – Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, visiting Centennial Olympic Park is unforgettable. Some highlights include Family Fun Days, Fountain Shows and the NuSoul Concert series.
Center for Puppetry Arts – Dedicated to the art form of puppetry, The Center for Puppetry Arts has family puppetry performances, a puppetry museum and children’s workshops. Located in Midtown Atlanta.
Fernbank Science Center – Featuring an exciting planetarium, and world-class presentations, the Fernbank Science Center specializes in family educational entertainment. This facility is sponsored by Dekalb County Schools and is located in the city of Atlanta.
The Fox Theatre – The Fox Theatre is considered one of Atlanta’s most prestigious attractions.  This 1920’s landmark is Atlanta’s premiere place to see award winning musicals, concerts and ballets.
Georgia Dome – Home to the Atlanta Falcons, the 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship, and numerous concerts, the Georgia Dome is equipped to handle any large event and is the largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world.
Georgia State Capital – A state-of-the-art education and communication facility inside the Georgia Capital. Featuring a 292-seat auditorium, two multimedia classrooms, and a broadcast studio run by Georgia Public Broadcasting. A number of permanent exhibits underline attributes of the political process such as the legislative process, voting, and the three branches of government.
Georgia World Congress Center – The Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta is one of the country’s leading convention facilities. It’s 33,000-square-foot ballroom, 1,740-seat auditorium, and eight exhibit halls attract visitors from all over the world.
Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design – Georgia State University – Including professional and student exhibitions, the Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design Gallery at Georgia State University is a stimulating encounter crucial to experiencing Atlanta culture.
High Museum of Art – Featuring an impressive permanent art collection and presenting world-renowned artists throughout the year, the High Museum is Atlanta’s premier location for the visual arts. Jazz on Friday nights and Sunday Art Studios make this museum an even more attractive visiting location.
Luckie Street Studios – The location of Luckie Street Studios in a unique historic art complex makes this Atlanta based studio a fun and extraordinary place to visit. Featuring exciting artists that work in a variety of media.
Oakland Cemetery – More than 80 acres of tombstones offer the most authentic link to Atlanta’s colorful history. Visit the gravesites of many notable Atlanta historical figures including Atlanta’s founding fathers, 24 former mayors, Margaret Mitchell, and golfing legend Bobby Jones.
Philips Arena – Home to the Atlanta Hawks, the Georgia Force, and the Thrashers Hockey Team, Philips Arena also hosts numerous concerts and events throughout the year. Located in the heart of Atlanta, this facility has numerous parking facilities and is accessible by MARTA.
The Punch Line  This Sandy Springs comedy club is the perfect place to unwind after a long week. Featuring some of the country’s most popular comedians, this club offers a full menu, a variety of drinks and friendly atmosphere.
The Rialto Center for the Performing Arts – A 833-seat performing-arts venue located in the heart of the Fairlie-Poplar district in downtown Atlanta and home to the Rialto Series presenting the best of national and international jazz, world music, dance and cabaret; School of Music performances; the Atlanta Film Festival and many others.
Rhodes Hall – Built in 1904, Rhodes Hall has been an Atlanta landmark for generations. Originally the residence of Rhodes Furniture founder Amos Rhodes, Considered the “castle on Peachtree”, tours and reception rentals are available.
Six Flags Over Georgia – Featuring several roller coasters, water rides, and musical entertainment, this sensational theme park is sure to provide fun for the whole family. Season passes can be purchased for discounted rates.
Stone Mountain Park – Located in Stone Mountain, Georgia, this historic landmark features camping, sky rides, a riverboat and the famous laser show. It is easy to spend all day at this one of a kind park with several restaurants, lodging facilities and attractions.
SunTrust Plaza Gallery – This state of the art, high-rise office facility features modern art exhibitions located in the Lower Lobby, the Tower’s Grand Lobby, the Garden Offices Atrium, and throughout the landscaped plaza areas surrounding the property.
Turner Field  Home to the Atlanta Braves, Turner Field has been an Atlanta establishment since the 1996 Olympic Games. Turner Field is equipped with several restaurants, luxury boxes and designated parking areas.
Underground Atlanta – Shopping, dining, history tours and special events are just some of the things you can find at this historic Atlanta facility. Located in the heart of Atlanta, Underground is accessible by Marta and has become one of the city’s most popular destinations.
White Water Park – White Water includes thrilling water rides and attractions for the whole family. Group rates are available and discount tickets can be purchased at this Atlanta water park.
Yellow River Game Ranch – Over 24 acres of wooded trails and six hundred birds and animals make this one of Metro Atlanta’s most popular nature destinations. Only two miles from Stone Mountain Park, come join the Yellow River Game Ranch for the buffalo herds and groundhog sightings.
Zoo Atlanta – Located in the Southern part of Atlanta’s historic Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta’s giraffes, zebras, ostriches, antelope, rhinos, lions and tigers, birds and reptiles find comfort in plenty of trees, bushes, watering holes and cozy dens.  Some of the more famous occupants include Ivan the gorilla and Starlet O’Hara the elephant