Direct Line: 404-559-0544

Attractions

Underground Atlanta

Located conveniently in the historic heart of downtown at the 5 Points MARTA station. It has more than 100 specialty shops, street cart vendors and restaurants, something for everyone.

World Of Coca-Cola

Visit attraction with more than 1,000 artifacts tracing the century-old history of Coca-Cola using state-of-the-art technology. Adjacent to Georgia Aquarium.

Stone Mountain Park

The largest exposed mass of granite sculpted in memory of confederate heroes. Attractions include a mountaintop skylift, a paddlewheel riverboat, an authentic antebellum plantation and open-air railroad.

Atlanta History Center

Tour two homes on the National register, the Swan House, a 1928 Classic Revival home depicting the lifestyle of a prominent Atlanta family and the Tullie Smith House, an 1840 plantation farm house. Museum which features exhibits on the history of Atlanta, the Civil War, African-American history and more.

Zoo Atlanta

Nearly 1,000 animals including orangutans, 18 lowland gorillas in the Ford African Rain Forest, African elephants, black rhinos, Sumatran tigers, and a great reptile collection - all in naturalistic habitats.

Ferbank Museaum

Featuring the world's largest dinosaurs, artifacts, science interactive, shells, wildlife, IMAX films. Exhibitions such as "A Walk Through Time in Georgia", "Sensing Nature" and "Giants of the Mesozoic".

Jimmy Carter Center

The eighth presidential library. Home of more than 27 million pages of material plus 1.5 million photographs, films and tapes.

Martin Luther King Historic Site

Center for Non-Violent Social Change. National Park Service. Ebenezer Baptist Church. The district commemorates the civil rights leader and Atlanta's Black Heritage.

Woodruff Arts Center

The first United States Arts Center to combine the visual and performing arts includes The Alliance Theatre, The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, The High Museum of Art and The Atlanta College of Art.

Margaret Mitchell House & Museum

10-unit apartment building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote the Pulitzer prize-winning book "Gone with the Wind".

Lake Lanier Islands

The water park and recreation resort features two first class hotels, two championship golf courses, campgrounds, boat and bicycle rentals, fishing, horseback riding and South Beach, which offers a large surfing pool and rock climbing wall.

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Features rare and tropical plants from around the world. A showcase of the most beautiful flora and fauna in the region with rose, Japanese, perennial and herb gardens complete with walking trails in a mature hardwood forest.

Georgia Aquarium

The largest aquarium in the world is now open right here in Atlanta. The Georgia Aquarium features over 100,000 animals from over 500 species in over 8 million gallons of water. From two amazing whale sharks, the largest fish on earth, to five striking beluga whales, around every corner you will see things here you have never seen anywhere before.

CNN Studio Tour

Take a tour behind-the-scenes of the global headquarters of CNN. Advance reservations are recommended and tour times subject to change.

College Football Hall Of Fame

Redefining what a Hall of Fame can be, the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience is engaging and interactive from the moment you set foot in the building. This is a complete immersion into all things college football. Redefining what a Hall of Fame can be, the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience is engaging and interactive.

Metropolitan Atlanta Attractions -

We offer tour of the city for our clients on prearranged basis. Tours are scheduled for individuals or group and cover major highlights of Atlanta. For your convenience. We can arrange any tour within Atlanta as you wish.

FOUR HOUR TOUR:

A look at all major points of interest within downtown, midtown and buckhead Atlanta.

SIX HOUR TOUR:

A look at all main attraction sites within Greater Atlanta Area.