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Atlanta


With a strong African-American heritage and culture as well as the migrants from other states Atlanta, although being part of the south, has a culture that is rich and diverse. The capital of the state of Georgia, Atlanta has a rich history dating back to the Civil Rights movement and even further to the Civil War. Aside from the various landmarks, parks, and museums Atlanta is known for being the hub of media having various cable networks based in the area namely TNT and CNN. Atlanta has a diverse offering for those interested in paying her a visit. Visit because of the history and culture and come back for more memories! Visit the city that’s too busy too hate.


What to Expect in Atlanta

There’s much to see and do in Atlanta, from gardens to thater to historical sites you won’t run out of exciting and fun activities. Downtown Atlanta is home to the popular news channel CNN while in midtown Atlanta you’ve got Atlanta Botanical Garden and Fox Theatre. Don’t forget to visit the weekly farmers markets around town!

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Atlanta History Center

Get to know the history of Atlanta and Georgia! The museum houses various exhibits and collections as well as beautiful house museums like the Swan House and the Tullie Smith House.
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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

This memorial is in honor of one of the progressive leaders of the civil rights movement. The historic site features much of King’s early life as well as museums and memorials that pay homage to this great man.
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Center for Puppetry Arts

Learn how masters such as Jim Henson and Rick Lyon do their trade. The Museum features various exhibits most notable of which are those of Jim Henson. The Power of Wonder exhibit allows for an interactive experience to learn the trade that brought smiles to our faces as kids.
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Perkerson Park

Offering various amenities such as a very elaborate play place as well as Splash pad to cool of those hot Atlanta summers, Perkerson Park is an oasis amidst the fast placed life of the city
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Underground Atlanta

For a nice and unusual experience drop by Underground Atlanta where you can visit various retail shops as well as nighclubs and bars
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Children’s Museum Atlanta

A very fun and interactive place to bring the kids! The Museum hosts permanent exhibits such as Fundamentally food and Gateway to the world. The Magic Tree House is a sure hit while teaching kids about history!

Places to Dine in Atlanta

Atlanta being in Georgia, southern country you can expect home cooked Southern food to be served all around. Fried chicken, barbecue and pizza are just some of the food delights found here. The love of cooking is profound in the South so you can expect less commercial restos and more locally owned ones.

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Atkins Park Restaurant and Bar

This Atlanta institution is a classic tavern and restaurant that classic American comfort food! Try the Bruno burger or the Grilled Flank Steak Salad.
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Bone’s

Bone’s is an Atlanta institution! Serving up the best steaks in town you can never go wrong with New York strip and a side of shrimp cocktail.
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Buckhead Diner

Another one of Atlanta’s must try food diners! Buckhead’s serves good ‘ol America comfort food with an upscale twist. Try the American Kobe Beef hotdogs or the skirt steak
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Eats

This no frills eatery serves delicious Southern comfort food that is sure to satisfy your flavor cravings!
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Highland Tap Restaurant

This dimly lit steakhouse creates a perfect atmosphere reminiscent of old pubs and bars. Enjoy your perfectly grilled steak with a cocktail from their wide selection of spirits.
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Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint

Merging Southern food and a love for music, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint offers a unique dining and musical entertainment experience. Juke joints were once known as a place to kick back and relax and that has carried on to also include a wide array of offerings from Crispy Crawfish Tails to Southern Starters to mouth watering plate selections.

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