The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is one of the newer places to visit in Atlanta, opening its doors only in 2014.
Stone Mountain Park spans a total of 3,200 acres and is one of the most-visited things to do around Atlanta.
CNN Studio Tours, is a fantastic way to get an inside look at the headquarters of the Cable News Network.
Oakland Cemetery is the oldest Atlanta cemetery and a public park. Spanning 48 acres, over 70,000 people have been laid to rest here.
The Atlanta BeltLine is one of the most beloved things to do in Atlanta as far as outdoor attractions go.
SkyView Atlanta is a haven for photographers, families, and any fun-loving tourists looking for things to do in Atlanta.
The Fernbank Museum of Natural History is a fantastic way to explore the prehistoric and modern history.
The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is a large 70,000-square-foot structure home.
Little Five Points is a unique neighborhood in Atlanta famous for its indie, many alternative shops.