Georgia Aquarium is the world’s 4th largest aquarium. It has more than 100,000 aquatic species and 10 million gallons saltwater and freshwater. The aquarium’s sheer size might seem daunting, but the exhibits
Its picturesque shaded squares, surrounded with gracious mansions, and its stone-paved streets lined in Spanish moss-draped trees make for one of the most romantic urban scenes anywhere in the world.
Surprise, the 30-acre botanical park is right in Midtown Atlanta. This four-season attraction features a variety of flowers, including a spring bulb display and colorful autumn foliage. It also has indoor gardens that transport guests to the tropical tropics at any given time.
Blue Ridge Scenic Railway has been named after the charming tourist town in North Georgia. This popular heritage train runs 26-miles from Blue Ridge to the Toccoa River and into the Appalachian Mountains.
ookout Mountain lies at the Georgia/Tennessee border. It was the site of a Civil War fight, but it’s best known for its nature park on its rocky ridge. The park, which was founded in 1932, is well-known for its trails through a series rock formations and over a swinging bridge leading to Lookout Point.