Visitors and residents love to see everything Atlanta has to offer–from theaters to museums to our busy airport. But taking a tour, self-guided or with a guide, helps take the experience up a notch.  Get ultimate access to Atlanta’s coolest venues and attractions with our list of the best tours in Atlanta.

CNN Center

Tour the CNN studios and the learn about the creation of live global news broadcasts. Kids like to see the behind-the-scenes action in this 50-minute tour. 

Atlanta Movie Tours

Get the inside scoop on the film industry in Georgia. This organization offers different types of tours–from Castleberry Hill backlot tours to Gone with the Wind tours to Zombie tours.

The Fox Theatre

Step back into 1929 with this 60-minute guided tour of Atlanta’s premier theatre.

Braves SunTrust Park

From the children’s area to a huge Braves symbol made of LEGOs, there is so much to do before the first pitch. Visitors can take a guided tour of the amazing arena for a cost.

Mercedes Benz Stadium

Visitors get VIP access to all kinds of things in this state-of-the-art facility. Yes, that includes the locker rooms for the Falcons and Atlanta United.

Atlanta Motor Speedway

Racing fans love to tour this track, which is home to an annual NASCAR event. In addition to touring the facility, visitors get to do three laps in a van around the track.

Working Tours

Kids can get behind-the-scenes-looks at real businesses in action like Chick-fil-A, Roswell Recycling Center and CalyRoad Creamery.

Atlanta Airport Tour

Kids older than eight who are interested in aviation can tour the world’s busiest airport. Parents must submit a request in advance and have a minimum of ten people, but tour goers get to tour to things like the E-tower and fire station.

Atlanta Monetary Museum

Tour the Atlanta Monetary Museum, part of the The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, to learn about all things relating to money–how the Fed helps things run smoothly, how monetary policies affect our lives and best of all, how money is made.

Public Art Tour

Take a self-guided walking tour of Downtown Atlanta by using this app and visiting more than 100 unique works of art (or however many little feet can handle).

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