Parks & Museums
American Museum of Papermaking The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum is a historical resource on the technology of paper. There is a collection of books, machines, tools, manuscripts and watermarks that tell the story of paper.
Atlanta Botanical Garden The Botanical Garden is filled with lush greenery, greenhouses and displays of various indoor and outdoor gardens, including orchids, perennials, roses, herbs, camellias, conifers and vines.
Atlanta History Center This center depicts how Atlanta came about through its past, its present evolution and future direction. There are beautiful exhibitions, historic houses, gardens, and grounds that each tell a unique story.
Center for Puppetry Arts The center is 25 years old and is dedicated to the art of puppetry. Today, it is the largest American organization which is solely dedicated to puppet theater in Atlanta. There are regular performances for all audiences and a beautiful historical museum.
World of Coca-Cola Welcome to the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta where visitors explore the history of how this famous soft drink began. Listen to original songs about Coca-Cola and watch commercial broadcasts.
Fernbank Science Center Enjoy learning about the stars and the marvels of space. Visit the planetarium and learn about the unknown. There are weekly and monthly special events for science lovers, and educational trips.
Georgia Museum of Art The museum supports the University of Georgia and shares its mission to promote, research, teach and service. It is an exhibit and educational instrument of visual art, and collects, preserves, and interprets significant works of art.
Georgia State Parks Abundant information on all of Georgia’s State Parks and other historic sites. Includes information such as open hours, maps and directions, accommodations, outdoor activities and event calendar.
Georgia World Congress Center A beautiful and large center used daily for conferences, conventions and exhibitions. Information available on upcoming events, monthly calendars, maps and directions, and recent news.
High Museum of Art A new High opened up on Nov. 12, 2007 with three new buildings that cover an additional 177,000 sq. ft. The center coordinates exhibitions, special events and educational programs related to all types of art including African, American, European, contemporary, folk and modern.
Jimmy Carter Library and Museum The library is dedicated to preserving the memory and presidency of Jimmy Carter. The archives include 27 million pages on Carter’s administration including photographs and video tapes.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park This 2,888 acre park preserves an important Civil War Battlefield. Explore this beautiful park and its historic landmark which includes three different battlefield sites.
Margaret Mitchell House & Museum This is the birthplace of Gone With the Wind. The museum opened on December 15, 1999, marking the 60th anniversary of the movie premier in Atlanta.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center This center was established by Coretta Scott King in dedication and memory of her husband, Martin Luther King, Jr. The center illustrates his philosophy, life and teachings. The archives contain a variety of media.
Six Flags Over Georgia One of the fabulous Six Flags theme parks which includes all the crazy roller coasters and attractions. Find valuable information on tickets, hours, directions, shows and events, attractions and recent news.
Stone Mountain Park A 3,200 acre park featuring the Civil War memorial carving of President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee and Lt. General “Stonewall” Jackson. The park also includes many outdoor activities, recreations and attractions, and shows such as the famous laser light show, skyride and 4-D theater.
Underground Atlanta Underground Atlanta offers a unique experience in one package. It includes shopping, dining, history and entertainment.