Best Attractions in Atlanta

Treetop Trail at Zoo Atlanta

When you’re in Atlanta, there is never a shortage of attractions. Our city has it all—from a top-notch zoo to fascinating museums to action-packed theme parks. Check out our list of favorites.

Due to COVID-19, attractions are operating differently, and certain parts of the experiences may be temporarily closed. Many are requiring timed entry. Please check website for new procedures before heading to one of these attractions.

Zoo Atlanta

Meet animals of all species at the African Savanna—lions, tigers, giraffes and more.  Kids can also climb high like monkeys in Treetop Trail.

The Touch Pool at the Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium

Enjoy the dolphin and sea lion shows and thousands of fish and sea life.

World of Coca-Cola

Visit The Vault, sing along to Coke commercials, and taste drinks from around the globe.

SkyView Atlanta

Take in the great panoramic view 20 stories above Centennial Olympic Park.

High Museum of Art

Admire art from different time periods, check out the special exhibits and enjoy kid-themed programs.

Stone Mountain Park

Stone Mountain Park

Do the ropes course, soar on the cable cars or climb the mountain. Don’t miss the exciting nighttime laser show; check the park’s calendar for special events and festivals.

Six Flags Over Georgia 

Ride huge, fast roller coasters or take it down a notch with smaller, not-so-fast rides. Six Flags has something for all ages.

The Center for Puppetry Arts

See a world-class puppet show and puppetry exhibits from different eras and countries, including lots of Muppets.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta 

Work at a restaurant, play in moon sand, go fishing and more at this children’s wonderland.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

See huge dinosaur skeletons, cool science exhibits, and explore outdoor playgrounds and nature viewing vistas.

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