Atlanta Movie Tours is a tour company focusing on films made in Atlanta, which provides a whole new way to see the city for visitors and locals. The tour guides are experienced actors who have worked on set, and they give guests fascinating behind-the-scenes stories you won’t hear anywhere else. The tours bring the rich film history alive; they transport visitors on luxury coaches that show film clips of the locations seen in action to enhance the experience of visiting locations where pivotal movie scenes were shot.
Opening hours: M-S 11am-5pm
Watch out for: the Big Zombie Tours
Address & telephone number: 327 Nelson St SW, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 855-255-3456
Piedmont Park is a 189-acre park full of fun, family-friendly activities. There are endless things to do at this attraction including fishing, skating, biking, swimming, tennis, basketball, and grilling. There’s a dog park, two exercise programs, and Green Market open Saturdays. The market features weekly chef demos, entertainers, special events, and vendors. Piedmont Park also hosts guided tours which will allow visitors to experience the park’s colorful history and wildlife.
Opening hours: M-S 6am-11pm
Watch out for: the Bird Walks
Address & telephone number: 1342 Worchester Dr NE, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 404-875-7275
The Masquerade is a concert venue with both indoor and outdoor concert spaces. The live music performances mostly consist of alternative music styles, such as Indie rock, Metal, Punk Rock, Rockabilly, and Electronic. Established in 1990, it features three principal interior stages named after the destinations of the afterlife: Heaven, Purgatory, and Hell. The Masquerade is a great place to spend the night with great music and dance the night away.
Opening hours: M-S 7pm-2am
Watch out for: the upcoming events
Address & telephone number: 695 North Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 404-577-8178
The Michael C. Carlos Museum is an art museum located on the historic quad of Emory University’s main campus. The museum is a great attraction visited by many locals and travelers. It collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets art and artifacts from past to the present in an attempt to educate and enrich the community, while promoting teaching and research at Emory University. The museum was founded in 1919 and has grown over the last century to become one of the most respected institutions in Georgia.
Opening hours: T-F 10am-4pm, S 10am-5pm, S 12pm-5pm
Watch out for: the wonderful exhibitions
Address & telephone number: 571 South Kilgo Cir NE, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 404-727-4282
The World of Coca-Cola is a museum like no other; it showcases the history of The Coca-Cola Company and contains a range of entertainment areas and attractions. Guests begin the visit in the theater, viewing a short film concerning Coca-Cola’s advertising campaign. From there, guests can visit various attractions. Level One hosts pictures with the Coca-Cola mascot, and guests can see an interactive exhibit on the mystique of the Coca-Cola Secret Formula. Level Two features the Tatse it! exhibit, which showcases most of the products offered in the US for guests to taste. This museum provides an unforgettable experience of one of the most iconic brands of our time.
Opening hours: S-T 10am-5pm & F-S 9am-5pm
Watch out for: the Bottle Works display
Address & telephone number: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA +1 404-676-5151
Atlanta Botanical Garden is a beautiful conservation park that works hard to continually develop and maintain plant collections for display, education, and research purposes. The garden has a lot to offer its visitors, including plant collections, sculptures, adult classes and kids programs. Once inside the garden, guests will be amazed by its pure beauty, making it not only the perfect place to take family, friends, or that special someone, but also the perfect place to host events. They offer a variety of private rental options for parties, weddings, and more.
Opening hours: T 9am-7pm & W-S 9am-5pm, 6pm-11pm
Watch out for: Wine in the Woodlands
Address & telephone number: 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 404-876-5859
Emory Point is a mixed-use development with award-winning restaurants, one-of-a-kind shops, fitness studios and parks all within walking distance. Emory Point is a pedestrian-friendly community and encourages an active experience of the area. Visitors and locals will appreciate the close proximity of the diverse entertainment spots. Emory Point features specialized venues including a salon, cleaners, spa, and fitness center. Place Emory Point on your to-do list. Bring your family and friends because here they’re sure to find something they will enjoy.
Opening hour: M-S 10am-9pm & S 10am-6pm
Watch out for: the special events
Address & telephone number: 1727 Clifton Road, NE, Atlanta, GA, USA, +1 678-686-3106