10 Best things to do in Atlanta!

Visit the Georgia Aquarium: One of the largest aquariums in the world, it's home to thousands of animals representing hundreds of species.

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Explore the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site: This includes his childhood home, the church where he preached, and the King Center, which houses exhibits about the Civil Rights Movement.

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Tour the World of Coca-Cola: Learn about the history of Coca-Cola, see the bottling process, and sample different Coke products from around the world.

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Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden: This stunning garden features a variety of plant collections, including a tropical rainforest, desert plants, and an edible garden.

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Go to the Atlanta History Center: This includes the Atlanta History Museum, Swan House, Smith Family Farm, and the Margaret Mitchell House (author of "Gone with the Wind").

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Piedmont Park: A large urban park in the heart of Atlanta, offering walking trails, sports fields, and beautiful views of the city skyline.

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Shop and dine at Ponce City Market: This historic building has been transformed into a mixed-use development with shops, restaurants, and offices.

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Explore the Atlanta BeltLine: This former railway corridor has been converted into a network of parks, trails, and public art installations.

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Go to the Fox Theatre: A historic landmark, the Fox Theatre hosts a variety of performances including Broadway shows, concerts, and special events.

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Visit the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum: Learn about the life and presidency of Jimmy Carter through exhibits and memorabilia.

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