Atlanta Georgia Visitors Guide - Attractions

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Atlanta CityPass

Visit Atlanta Georgia must-see attractions for one low price with the Atlanta CityPass. Save on attraction admission costs and avoid the long lines. Includes a ticket booklet with a map, directions, attraction and transportation details, insider tips and more. More info...

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Fernbank Museum of Natural History is the home of dinosaur exhibits in Atlanta. The museum grew out of an 70-acre old-growth urban forest. On display at the museum is Argentinosaurus - the world's largest dinosaur, Giganotosaurus - one of thw world's largest carnivorous dinosaurs and the Giants of the Mesozoic exhibit featuring pterosaurs and prehistoric species. Fernbank Museum is located in Midtown. Admission to the museum is included in the Atlanta CityPass.

High Museum of Art

In addition to African, American, European, decorative and folk art, High Museum of Art features the three year rotating art collection from the Louvre. High Museum of art is a part of the seven Woodruff Arts Center buildings located in Atlanta's Midtown section. Admission to High Museum of Art is included in the Atlanta CityPass.

Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum

Ivan Allen Jr. Braves Museum & Hall of Fame traces Braves baseball history from its inception in 1871 to the present. The museum is a repository for Braves memorabilia and includes photographs and artifacts. The museum, located at Turner Field, also hosts special events.

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum is the Southeast's only presidential library. A monument to Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, it contains a replica of his oval office, tracks significant events in his life and displays his Nobel Peace Prize. Exhibits include his early years, his life at the White House and key issues of his presidency. More info...

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