Five Things to Do in Atlanta, GA


    There is no denying that Atlanta is one of the most fun and energetic cities in the south. There is so much to experience in this city from art, to food, to sports and everything in between! As the capital of Georgia, this city has something for everyone. We’re taking a look at the top five things to do in Atlanta to please your entire family. 


    1. The Georgia Aquarium

    Name one person you know who hates the aquarium? I’ll wait. You can’t! Aquariums are one of the most interesting and fun things to do in any city but the Atlanta Aquarium is one of the best in the whole country. This place has otters, penguins, dolphins, belugas, and so many other cool sea creatures to see and learn about. They have amazing tours, sea lion shows, and some of the most beautiful fish in the world. Your whole family will have a blast. 

    2. World of Coca-Cola

    The World of Coca-Cola is one of the most unique places in Atlanta. You can learn everything you ever wanted to know about the world-famous drink in this museum. Every milestone is outlined here are you walk from exhibit to exhibit. Don’t forget the best part – the tasting room! You can taste over 100 international and domestic drinks made by The Coca-Cola Company.

    3. Skyview Atlanta

    This is by far one of the coolest sites Atlanta has to offer; the Skyview towers 20 stories above Centennial Park. The Ferris wheel has 42 climate-controlled gondolas with breathtaking panoramic views of downtown Atlanta and the surrounding metropolitan area. This is truly a magical night time experience for the whole family.

    4. Suntrust Ballpark  phil-goodwin-97782.jpg

    Head to Suntrust Bank for a tour of one of the newest parks in baseball. Enjoy the history of America’s favorite pastime at the home of the Atlanta Braves. A tour of the park takes you to the rooftop, broadcast booth, press box, the dugout, and so much more! This should be at the top of your Atlanta to-do list.

    5. College Football Hall of Fame

    You cannot visit Atlanta and skip the College Football Hall of Fame. Visit the Quad to see hundreds of football helmets and register your All-Access Pass. Take a crack at College Football drills in the Indoor Playing Field with the whole family. Enter the hall to live history through the power of technology. Learn everything about College Football at the Hall of Fame –one of the most amazing museums we have in America.

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     Victoria Barnett

    QE-2016_Headshot-Victoria-Barnett.pngVictoria Barnett is originally from High Point, NC. She received her B.A. in Communication Studies and minors in Business and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. In her spare time, Victoria enjoys watching baseball, baking and hanging out with her golden retriever, Kaaya. She loves to travel to Florida and is a die-hard Miami Hurricanes fan. 


    Darragh Farrelly

    410-Blogger-Darragh-Farrelly-48eb94555a7e887e43b7859670f8fa79Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Darragh made the move to North Carolina a little over three years ago. An avid sports fan, he earned his BA in Journalism from Griffith College Dublin, which led him to various roles covering sports in Ireland. When he's not watching the New England Patriots win, Darragh enjoys going to concerts and following the English Premier League.

    Kristen Doolan

    Kristen Doolan was born and raised a Florida State Seminole. Making her way from Florida to North Carolina, Kristen achieved her B.S. in Business Administration, Marketing at The University of North Carolina Wilmington. She is an avid traveler, college football addict, beach bum and loves spending time with her family and friends. 

    Jazzy Morgan

    Jazzy Morgan is originally from London, England. She grew up in Connecticut and made the move down south in 2011. She attended Winthrop University where she received her B.S. in Family & Consumer Sciences and a minor in Marketing. Jazzy enjoys traveling, working out, reading Vogue & Cosmo, keeping up with fashion trends and watching her favorite soccer team, Manchester United.


    Evan Chronis

    Evan Chronis was born in Omaha, Nebraska but has made his home in south Charlotte for almost two decades. A Tar Heel born and bred, Evan received his B.A in Media and Journalism from UNC-Chapel Hill. He is an avid Boston sports fan thanks to his family’s New England roots, and a fanboy of Wes Anderson films.