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Atlanta Botanical Gardens

The Atlanta Botanical Garden sits on 30 acres of land in midtown. Founded in 1976, the gardens feature a variety of exhibits, including the iconic Canopy Walk, which takes visitors on a 600-foot-long stroll through the treetops.[Learn more]

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Atlanta Motor Speedway

With a capacity of 125,000, the Atlanta Motor Speedway is a supersize oval race course that often hosts NASCAR Cup races. It is one of the fastest courses on the circuit, and also features a quarter-mile drag strip.[Learn more]

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Georgia Aquarium

Pemberton Place in Atlanta is the home of the Georgia Aquarium, the largest in the world. Of the aquarium's 120,000 animals, some of the most notable species are the whale sharks, beluga whales, and manta rays.[Learn more]

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Imagine It! Childrens Museum

The only children's museum in Atlanta is Imagine It! Aimed at kids eight and under, Imagine It! features open, interactive areas that allow children to have fun while developing math, science, and art skills.[Learn more]

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Six Flags Over Georgia

Six Flags Over Georgia is an amusement park offering more than 40 rides on 283 acres just outside the city. The franchise is best known for their world-class roller coasters, and this location is headlined by several newer ones.[Learn more]

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Stone Mountain Park

Surrounding the namesake quartz dome monadnock is the Stone Mountain Park. Widely known for its geological features, one side of the mountain features a bas-relief of three Confederate soldiers; Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and Jefferson Davis.[Learn more]

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Turner Field

Built for the 1996 Olympic Games, Turner Field is now home to Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves. The Braves play home games here from April to September, and the stadium seats 50,000 fans and many luxury and party suites.[Learn more]

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Zoo Atlanta

Founded in 1889, Zoo Atlanta is one of the oldest continually operating zoological institutions in America. This run is due in part to their collection of 1,300 animals from 220 species in seven exhibits.[Learn more]

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