Museums, zoo, restaurants, mall or shopping area etc.
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I would say the Dr. Martin Luther king museum and the tour of his childhood house.
imperdible, el acuario, en esa zona hay mucho mas x ver, hacer etc. otro imperdible, CANTON COOKS, deliciosa comida china.marshals de la zona centro, Roswell, Norcross, Alphareta.
Safety pin, aquarium, in that area there's a lot more x see, do etc. Other safety pin, CANTON COOKS, delicious Chinese food.Midtown marshals, Roswell, Norcross, Alphareta.
Underground Atlanta and Stone mountain
Presidential libraries are actually really cool places to visit. Go see Jimmy Carter's museum. Decatur is supposed to have cool restaurants and shops.
World of Coca-Cola;Piedmont Park; The Atlanta Beltline; Stone Mountain Park;Ponce City Market’s rooftop; Gibbs Gardens; The walkable Decatur Square; Fernbank Museum of Natural History; Zoo Atlanta; Georgia Aquarium; Center for Puppetry Arts; National Center for Civil and Human Rights; High Museum of Art; Cascade Springs Nature Preserve; Mercedes-Benz Stadium; Atlanta History Center; Porsche Experience Center; The Fox Theatre; Atlanta Preservation Center; Little Five Points; Providence Canyon.Enjoy!
Wow think you listed everything. Atlanta has so much to take in. If I could add to you. Pick up a copy of creative loafing. Look for things to do in the back. Check out the festivals in the back. There is always something going on spontaneous and special to the neighborhood that is hosting the event. Usally centered on the urban arts, finding a festival is not hard to find.
Of course six flags over GA
Stone Mountain, Kennesaw Mountain, Tellus Science Museum, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Fernbank Science Center
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