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Best things to do in Atlanta

Museum
“Discover the history of this iconic beverage at this museum which displays Coca-Cola artifacts from more than 100 years ago. And as your visit here will probably make you quite thirsty, take advantage of the unique opportunity to try the more than 100 drinks that made the Coke company.”
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Konstmuseum
“Look at the African Art. .. El Anatsui is my favorite Building by Renzo Paino in the Back, and the Front is Richard Meyer. It feels like Europe.”
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Historisk plats
“See and learn some history of one of Atlanta's prominent families. Take a tour. Buy some gifts. Eat along the historic strip. Also visit the church and museum located on the same street.”
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Trädgård
“The Atlanta Botanical Garden aims not only to showcase all of the plants in its collection for your viewing pleasure but to use them to promote research, education, and conservation.”
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History Museum
“A trip for adults who like cultural attractions, artifacts, art & photos from the Civil Rights Era & about human rights. Located beside the Aquarium & World of Coke”
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Science Museum
“Surrounded by a 65-acre (26.3 hectares) forest, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History offers an observatory, a planetarium, an IMAX movie theater, and oodles of fascinating exhibits. Home to the biggest movie screen in Atlanta as well as the largest dinosaurs ever discovered, Fernbank Museum excites visitors of all ages. What to Do: Participate in Sensing Nature’s hands-on activities that helps visitors become aware of how their senses interpret the world around them. This interactive exhibit will help you understand how your senses can lead to false perceptions about the world, and also how those same senses work together to better understand your environment. What to See: Discover virtual waterfalls and the insides of a mighty red oak tree at NatureQuest, which lets kids explore the nooks and crannies of a multi-level clubhouse. The experience turns kids into explorers and scientists as they discover the natural world.”
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Museum
“If you are an American football fan, then you simply can’t miss this place! The College Football Hall of Fame is an interactive museum dedicated to college football, its players and coaches.”
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Dive Bar
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“Church-themed bar with picnic-style eats, church-organ karaoke & weekly Ping-Pong tournaments.”
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History Museum
“Located on 33 acres in Buckhead, the history center is comprised of six historic gardens, the Kenan Research Center, the Centennial Olympic Games Museum, the Atlanta History Museum - one of the largest history museums in the Southeast and two historic Atlanta houses, including the Swan House, one of the most photographed places in the city.”
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Performing Arts-lokal
“Giving residence to some of Atlanta's major art attractions, the Woodruff Arts Center houses renowned venues such as The High Museum of Art, The Alliance Theater, and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.”
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History Museum
“Housing documents of the 39th president, this museum also features a replica of the Oval Office. ”
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History Museum
“Martin Luther King Junior was born and raised here, his family church is down the street and he is buried with his wife nearby as well.”
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Performing Arts-lokal
“The Center for Puppetry Arts, located in Atlanta, is the United States' largest organization dedicated to the art form of puppetry. The center focuses on three areas: performance, education and museum. It is one of the few puppet museums in the world. The center is located in Midtown, the city's arts district.”
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Museum
“Small gallery space featuring rotating exhibitions that explore the impact of design on art & life ”
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Museum
“The Children's Museum of Atlanta is a children's museum located in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1988 as a "Museum Without Walls," the museum opened to the public in 2003. The museum is located Downtown, adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park.”
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History Museum
“This is a museum dedicated to the Atlanta-born author, Margaret Mitchell. Her book "Gone with the Wind" written here and first published in 1936 is still considered as one of the most successful books of all times. It earned her the Pulitzer Prize in 1937.”
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