Visit the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. This aquarium is the only aquarium in North America to have the Whale Shark. The Whale Shark is the largest fish on earth reaching up to 40 feet in length. Take in a Dolphin show with live actors and fantastic costumes, then stop for lunch or dinner at the Café Aquaria for some local or international cuisine.
Six Flags Over Georgia is a thrilling adventure for the whole family. Take the Plunge and really get your heart pounding as you drop 16 stories while standing straight up, or try Batman-the ride as you fly over and through Gotham City on this ground breaking new ride. Then take a wonder through the Carrot Patch with the kids and see Bugs Bunny and all his Looney Tune friends.
Go to the World of Coca-Cola and enjoy 127 years of America history. At Happiness Theatre you will venture inside a Coke machine as you learn the lessons of Happyfication. The Coca-Cola Loft lets you look at the history of Coke starting at the beginning in 1886 with artifacts from now and then. Try to sneak into the Vault and see if you can come out with the secret formula of Coca-Cola, no don’t do that, I’m kidding, that might get you arrested. Have your picture taken with the famous Coca-Cola polar bear, then go inside a real bottling plant and see Coke being made.
Did you know Coke is sold in every country in the world except for Korea and Cuba?
Take a guided walking tour of Underground Atlanta and learn about the history of the city. The tour is led by a professional historian and includes historic sites featuring the Battle of Atlanta, Gone with the Wind, the importance of the railroad, Martin Luther King Jr and the 1996 Olympics. Underground Atlanta also includes lots of shopping. Every Wednesday the food trucks roll in for lots of good old fashion southern cuisine and some not so old fashion choices too.