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Downtown Atlanta

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One of the most convenient locations in all of Atlanta, Twelve Downtown offers 24-hour concierge services, as well as easy access to many nearby attractions and corporations, so whether you’re traveling for work or play, you’ll appreciate this truly exclusive address among top Atlanta, Georgia hotels.

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    High Museum of Art

    One of the Southeastern United States’ top art museums, the High Museum of Art is located on Peachtree Street and features over 15,000 artworks across seven genres in their permanent collection.

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    The King Center

    Established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King, The King Center is the official living memorial dedicated to the advancement of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., leader of America’s greatest non-violent movement for justice, equality, and peace.

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    National Center for Civil and Human Rights

    Explore your fundamental human rights at this educational, informative, and empowering Downtown Atlanta museum, dedicated to both the United States’ civil rights movement and worldwide human rights.

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    Mercedes-Benz Stadium

    Home of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, as well as the MLS’ Atlanta United FC, this multi-purpose stadium features a retractable roof—one of the few in American football stadiums—and the world’s largest halo board.

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    Georgia Aquarium

    Located in Downtown Atlanta, across from Centennial Olympic Park and the Georgia World Congress Center, the Georgia Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world—home to over 55,000 animals from 500 species in five-million gallons of fresh and marine water.

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    World of Coca-Cola

    Browse the world’s largest collection of memorabilia that celebrates the refreshing beverage created here in Atlanta over 100 years ago. With fascinating exhibits, classic ads, and even demos, the World of Coke is conveniently located less than a mile away.

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    College Football Hall of Fame

    Sports fans are sure to delight in this one-of-a-kind museum, created to immortalize the stars of college football and offering over 50 interactive exhibits, plus its own 45-yard indoor football field.

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    Zoo Atlanta

    Zoo Atlanta’s lush surroundings make a fantastic backdrop to its state-of-the-art facilities. More than 1,000 animals live in its naturalistic habitats. Situated in in historic Grant Park, minutes from Downtown, the zoo is especially known for its gorilla and giant panda exhibits.

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    Atlanta Botanical Gardens

    One of the most beautiful spots in Atlanta, these 30 acres of outdoor display gardens feature Children’s Garden, Storza Woods, an incredible permanent display of orchids, and more. The Atlanta Botanical Garden is located in Midtown, adjacent to Piedmont Park.

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    Centennial Olympic Park

    This 21-acre legacy from the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games features the iconic Fountain of Rings and a variety of free, family-friendly entertainment options throughout the year, such as a Fourth of July Celebration and a Holiday in Lights Festival.

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    Stone Mountain

    Georgia’s number one attraction is a 3,300 acre park that surrounds the world’s largest granite monolith. Highlights include Crossroads—a replica of an 1870’s town with character actors and skilled crafters, Georgia’s only 4-D theater, the SkyLift, a scenic railroad, and more.

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    Ponce City Market

    Breathing new life into one of Atlanta’s most historically significant buildings with both national and local retailers, a variety of restaurants, its own food hall, and more, the Ponce City Market is one of Atlanta’s top shopping and dining destinations.

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    Atlantic StationĀ®

    Boasting some of the South’s best restaurants and most exciting shopping, Atlantic Station is a place to live, work, and play—convenient to most midtown businesses. There are miles and miles of paths for walking, biking or blading, plus a lake, fountains, parks and playgrounds.

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    Peachtree Center

    Heralded as Atlanta’s city-within-a-city, the Peachtree Center offers an eclectic collection of shops, eateries, services, office spaces, entertainment venues, and more. Be sure to check out its unique architecture and sky bridges.