Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park

10 Place

Dedicated to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. .

World of Coca-Cola

9 Place

Museum showcasing the history of Coca-Cola and offers interactive exhibits, a bottling line, and a tasting room

Atlanta Botanical Garden

8 Place

Beautiful urban oasis that features a variety of plants and flowers from around the world .

Georgia Aquarium

7 Place

Home to thousands of marine animals, including whale sharks, beluga whales, and sea otters

High Museum of Art

6 Place

 Foremost art museum in the Southeast and features several permanent collections as well as high-profile traveling exhibits .

Centennial Olympic Park

5 Place

Built for the 1996 Summer Olympics and is now a popular destination for locals and tourists alike .

Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame:

4 Place

Museum honoring college football’s greatest players and coaches and features interactive exhibits, a 45-yard indoor field, and a wall of helmets representing every college football team in the country

Atlanta History Center

3 Place

Houses the largest collection of Civil War memorabilia in the Southeast and guides visitors through Atlanta’s fall and rise as an international city

Stone Mountain Park

2 Place

Located just outside of Atlanta and features a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, and fishing

Atlanta BeltLine

1 Place

Former railway corridor transformed into a 22-mile trail that connects several neighbourhoods in Atlanta. The trail is perfect for walking, running, or biking and features several public art installations along the way .