Top 9 Places Visited in Atlanta
Have you visited Atlanta? Or plan to visit Atlanta? For me this is the first city that I saw when I reached USA. My visit in the city was not for leisure trip but a business reason. But, I still tried to explore the city even my first 10 days has been raining. I still tried to explore this city at the south. And during my exploration, I enjoyed discovering Atlanta.
Below are rank of the places that I visited. What are yours?
Top 1 – World of Coca-Cola
What I like about this museum is the secret formula of the famous soda itself. Seeing the vault made me excited and felt that the secret itself is real.
Top 2 – The Fabulous Fox
One of the things that I dream to get inside of is the classic theater of the Fox. And I realized this dream when I got a chance to watch Shaping Sound contemporary dance artist.
Top 3 – Margaret Mitchell’s House
When I learned about the movie “Gone With the Wind” and the author of the famous movie of all time has museum in Atlanta which was her former house and exhibits most about her, I felt excited as I got a chance to discover more about her and about the movie.
The museum made me cry as I felt in my heart the persecution that African-American experienced during the decades of sufferings, a part of USA history that I learned.
Top 5 – Georgia Aquarium
The former largest aquarium in the world reminded me again how diverse our water world and how amazing their ecosystem.
Top 6 – Centennial Olympic Park
A historical park that made Atlanta historic in the world.
Top 7 – Pemberton Place
The home of famous museums that will make every visitor enjoys the city just in one place.
The name of the street itself is famous in Atlanta. And don’t be surprised if you will encounter lots of streets with the name “Peachtree”. It has its own reason, because it has historical significance in the city.
Top 9 – Underground Atlanta
This historical city beneath the city has its historical part in Atlanta and an enjoyable place to explore the city if you are into shopping.