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Capital of the Modern South
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Atlanta is Fall Perfection

The modern South is alive and thriving in Atlanta. It’s a cultural epicenter and a culinary destination. It’s a place filled with history – and a place where history is still made every day. Fall is the very best time to explore the Big Peach.

Atlanta Experience

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Big Fun in The Big Peach

In Atlanta, some things are larger than life. You can spend hours wandering the World of Coca-Cola. Or get up close and personal with gorgeous creatures of the land and sea at Zoo Atlanta and the Georgia Aquarium. The kids will love exploring the Children’s Museum of Atlanta, not to mention the dinosaurs and hands-on science fun at the Fernbank Museum.


A Culinary Adventure

You won’t have to look far to find a true taste of Southern cooking in Atlanta. Can’t go wrong with lunch at the Busy Bee Cafe or dinner at Miller Union. But that’s only the beginning. The Atlanta culinary scene is exploding with innovative, award-winning fare. Don’t miss Masterpiece and its menu of more than 100 mouth-watering selections.

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Where Greatness Takes Center Stage

Atlanta is known for athletic greatness and artistic excellence. The Braves are among baseball’s best. And it’s a college football town, too. The home state Georgia Bulldogs are perennial contenders, and Atlanta is home to the College Football Hall of Fame. Atlanta’s music scene – from hip hop to country – features some of the best venues in the country. Always worth an encore.


A History of Lifting Each Other Up

Many of our nation’s most defining moments happened right here in Atlanta. It’s the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It was the site of historic civil rights marches. Explore it all here at National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, and Ebenezer Baptist Church. Literary buffs won’t want to miss the Margaret Mitchell House, celebrating the Atlanta native who wrote “Gone With the Wind.”

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A New Vibe in Every Neighborhood

From Downtown to Midtown, Westside to Eastside, and of course, Buckhead, Atlanta’s neighborhoods all have a culture of their own. You’ll encounter booming commercial centers, thriving arts districts, and quaint residential streets lined with gorgeous houses and pristine yards shaded by majestic magnolias.