The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta is the largest aquarium in the world! Explore the spectacular facility to view, touch, and admire the graceful creatures of the aquatic world.
This aquarium is famous for its Beluga Whale exhibit at Cold Water Quest. These white whales have earned the nickname "sea canaries" because of their friendly noises, which makes them a fan-favorite. Also present at this exhibit are the African penguin and southern sea otter.
The Ocean Voyager exhibit has the largest viewing window in North America, where visitors admire thousands of exotic creatures, including whale sharks, hammerhead sharks, and giant grouper.
Visitors can get up close and personal with fresh water fish and reptiles at the River Scout exhibit. Nearly 25 different species inhabit the waters, including eel, catfish, frogs, piranha, snakes, and even an albino alligator.
Atlanta Braves Baseball
Catch all the action at Turner Field, a state-of-the-art facility and "Home of the Braves." Peanuts, cracker jacks, and tomahawk chopping is all part of the fun at this family-friendly event.
Turner Field was originally constructed to serve as home to the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta. After the Olympic Games concluded, it became an open-air field for the Braves.
The Braves have had three different players deliver four home runs in a single game: Bobby Lowe (1894), Joe Adcock (1954), and Bob Horner (1986).
The Atlanta Braves played in the World Series a total of five times and were named World Champions in 1995, when they gained victory over the Cleveland Indians.
Stone Mountain, named for its mass composition of stone, is the largest piece of exposed granite in the world. This park is an excellent destination for adventure-seekers, offering a quarter mile of hiking territory across bridges and ropes, a riverboat cruise, and a sky lift to the top of the mountain.
See the world's largest laser show at the top of Stone Mountain. The Lasershow Spectacular is set to music and completes with fireworks. This magnificent display of light is a pyrotechnic production you don't want to miss.
Don't miss the most extensive collection of decorative arts and furniture in the south at Antebellum Plantation. This plantation offers a look into 18th and 19th century Georgia, with a collection of original structures from around the state and complete with a farmyard, cookhouse, and garden.
World of Coca-Cola Museum
Get a taste of Coca-Cola's past and present at the amazing World of Coca-Cola Museum. Visitors get a sneak peak into the bottling process, view Coke-inspired art exhibits, and receive a special beverage tasting experience.
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The World of Coca-Cola has a 4-D theatre you must experience. In addition to the 3-D technology, the theatre seats move to enhance the effects!
The Coca-Cola brand has been integrated into popular culture for decades, and you can celebrate this through art displays at the Pop Culture Gallery.
Inside CNN Studio Tour
Get a behind-the-scenes look at one of the world's largest news organizations at CNN's global headquarters in Atlanta. Visitors follow a 45-minute guided tour through the studio to learn the history of journalism and see how news comes to life.
The CNN studio in Atlanta is home to the world's largest freestanding escalator.
In the CNN overlook, visitors get a bird's eye view of the newsroom and its fast-paced work flow in action.
Watch an anchor deliver the daily stories in front of a rolling camera when you catch a live taping of a CNN news show.