Great Cities to Visit in Georgia:
5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Metro Atlanta:
- Georgia Aquarium: The Georgia Aquarium houses tens of hundreds of animals who represent several thousand species, all of which live in the 10 million gallons of marine and salt water. The Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the western hemisphere!
- World of Coca-Cola: The World of Coca-Cola has welcomed over 23 million guests in the past 25 years in its Atlanta location. It offers great family fun with information on the history of Coca-Cola, and a chance to taste different Coke flavors from around the world.
- MLK Jr Historic Site: Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site and learn about MLK’s past through his boyhood home, as well as the original Ebenezer Baptist Church, the church where King was baptized, and where his parents served as pastors.
- Fox Theater: Come to The Fabulous Fox Theater to see some of your favorite plays, concerts, or musicals. All under the roof of a building inspired by the temples of the Far East. The architecture and halls are enough to take your breath away.
- Stone Mountain Park: Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, explore all of the confederate history and family fun that Stone Mountain Park has to offer. Complete with boat rides, hiking, train rides, and large RV Parks with full amenities.
Major Convention Centers:
- Georgia World Congress Center: With close to 3.9 million feet of exhibition space, and hosting more than a million visitors each year, the GWCC is the third-largest convention center in the United States.
- Georgia International Convention Center: The Georgia International Convention Center, or GICC, opened in April 2009, and is the second largest convention center in Georgia: second only to the Georgia World Congress Center.
Georgia has 11 National Parks and 2,105 National Register of Historic Places
- Cumberland Island: Cumberland Island is Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island. The island consists of maritime forests, underdeveloped beaches, wide marshes, and is home to over 9,800 acres of congressionally designated wilderness.
NASCAR: Georgia is home to the Atlanta Motor Speedway: http://www.atlantamotorspeedway.com/
- The Atlanta Motor Speedway has been named one of the fastest tracks on the NASCAR circuit. It has a 1.54-mile quad-oval track with a seating capacity of 111,000.