Traveling to Atlanta? Here’s your to-do list

Atlanta is the vast capital of the state of Georgia. Many people will have flown through it, as its large airport is where many people connect to various flights. However, not that many people will have stepped out of the arrivals lounge to discover this unique city. However, all that is changing as people are starting to realize just what a vibrant and diverse city this is. It’s a good idea to book your trip there now before it becomes a real tourist trap! Not sure what to do there? No problem; we’ve come up with a to-do list for you!

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World of Coca-Cola

Are you a big fan of Coca-Cola? Then you’ll love this museum dedicated to the delicious soft drink. The drink was created in the city in 1886 by the pharmacist Dr. John S. Pemberton. Since then, the drink has gone from strength to strength. This large museum takes visitors through the drink’s history. You can discover how the tasty beverage has changed the face of popular culture, as well as taking a peek at the Coca-Cola bottling process.

Six Flags Over Georgia

Located just west of Atlanta, the Six Flags over Georgia theme park is one of the most popular in America. If you haven’t hired a car for your trip, don’t panic. There are still plenty of ways to get there, like jumping on a Shofur bus. You can even read Shofur bus reviews online before you book. The extensive theme park has an array of roller coasters and rides. Families can ride on the Daffy Duck Bucket Blasters together. While adrenalin junkies can get their thrills on the Blue Hawk roller coaster!

Zoo Atlanta

If your family need to calm down after all the excitement of Six Flags over Georgia, then head to the city’s Zoo Atlanta. It’s only one of four American zoos to currently have a family of Giant Pandas living in it. And there are plenty more animals to meet! Including elephants, giraffes, and exotic frogs. There are also many shows and talks held at the zoo throughout the day, where kids can learn about the different animals.

Centennial Olympic Park

Back in 1996, Atlanta hosted the Olympic Games. All the sports and competitions took place in the Centennial Olympic Park, which is now open to the public. It’s right in the middle of the downtown area, so you will have no trouble finding it. Many families head there on the weekends for a leisurely stroll or so kids can play in the play areas. The Fountain of Rings is the large centerpiece in the park. Loads of people can be seen jumping through the fountains on hot summer days.

CNN Center

The American news network CNN has its headquarters in Atlanta. And you can take a tour to check out behind the scenes! You’ll be able to see the studios where some of the country’s most popular news shows are broadcast. If you’re lucky, you may even bump into a famous news anchor!

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