225 Baker St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
This isn't just any aquarium - it's the largest aquarium in the world! This aquarium, which houses eight million gallons of water and the largest collection of aquatic animals, is a guaranteed crowd pleaser.
World of Coca-Cola
121 Baker Street N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30313
You simply can't visit the metropolis of Atlanta without visiting the World of Coca-Cola, which sports the world's largest and most comprehensive Coke Museum. Here in Atlanta, Coca-Cola was invented and its largest and most popular manufacturer was founded over 100 years ago.
190 Marietta St N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30303
Experience the world from inside the newsroom of America's largest and most trusted sources of journalism. The CNN tour is a fascinating guide through the source of America's news, from the control rooms through which the news buzzes in its infant form to the final drawing rooms and even the television studios which radiate some of the most visible headlines in the country.
Port Columbus Civil War Naval Museum
1002 Victory Drive
Columbus, GA 31901
Visitors to Georgia are invited to make a stop-off in the city of Columbus, where they'll find one of the most fascinating museums to grace the state's educational and informative infrastructure. Chronicling the history of confederate naval architecture, the museum begins with an emphasis on Ironclads, those daunting vessels which made the Civil War one of the bloodiest the world has ever seen.
The Hyatt Regency
Atlanta, AL 30321
If you're at all a fan of fantasy or science fiction, there's no doubt that you'll want to check out what many deem as the world's biggest Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Comic Book convention. The annual attendance commonly exceeds 20,000. Witness the most enthusiastic participants in these genres at their favorite convention.
The Douglass Theatre
355 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard
If you find yourself in the city of Macon in the state of Georgia, you'll definitely want to head down to what many residents have christened as the city's most treasured destination: The Douglass Theatre. This historical theatre, once a prime venue for African American performances, has grown to encompass all walks of entertainment.
Savannah's City Squares
Experience the legacy of legendary city planner James Oglethorpe, Savannah's City Squares. In these historic locations you'll find blocks jam-packed with fine 19th century architecture, dense and slightly creepy colonial cemeteries, and more, all carried into our modern age through the efforts of a fervent preservation movement.
Augusta Richmond County Museum
560 Reynold Street
Experience one of the most comprehensive museums in the nation in the Georgian city of Augusta. Inside this fascinating museum, you'll find information on subjects which range from prehistoric life all the way up to the legacy of NASA heroine Susan Still.
Colonial Park Cemetery
201 Abercorn St.
Savannah, GA 31401
When visiting this legendary historic cemetery, you'll want to devote a significant amount of time to reading the headstones which populate the park. Here are buried some of the most prominent businessmen, governors and inventors of their days. Visit the park to witness a cornerstone of Savannah's rich history.