Sightseeing in Atlanta


Crazy Dash Digital Adventures: Crazy Dash Walking-Adventure Tour for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (47% Off)

Crazy Dash Walking-Adventure Tour for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (47% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

Atlanta

The digital game requires a smartphone and takes you on a tour of the sights

$39.95 $21

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Fernbank Science Center: Planetarium Show for Two or Four at Fernbank Science Center (Up to 46% Off)

Planetarium Show for Two or Four at Fernbank Science Center (Up to 46% Off)

Fernbank Science Center

Druid Hills

Learn about the moon, the solar system, or the colors of space in a 70-foot planetarium outfitted with a Zeiss Mark V projector

$14 $9

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Paragon 7 Studio: Individual Photo Sessions with 50 or 75 Images at Paragon 7 Studio (Up to 64% Off)

Individual Photo Sessions with 50 or 75 Images at Paragon 7 Studio (Up to 64% Off)

Paragon 7 Studio

Pittsburgh

Professional photographers with background in shooting models and actors captures stunning images at scenic studio

$150 $54

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Fernbank Museum of Natural History: All-Day Admission for 2 or option for 2 with IMAX Film at Fernbank Museum of Natural History (up to 22% Value)

All-Day Admission for 2 or option for 2 with IMAX Film at Fernbank Museum of Natural History (up to 22% Value)

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Druid Hills

Visitors experience immersive exhibits such as casts of giant dinosaurs, Native American and European artifacts, and hands-on activities

$38.52 $29.99

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Prestige Helicopters, Inc.: Helicopter Tour for Two or Three from Prestige Helicopters, Inc. (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Helicopter Tour for Two or Three from Prestige Helicopters, Inc. (Up to 49% Off). Two Options Available.

Prestige Helicopters, Inc.

Atlanta

FAA-certified pilots fly two or three passengers over highways, around King & Queen towers, and over upscale neighborhood

$285 $145

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Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University: Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University Visit for Two or Four with Audio Tour (Up to 42% Off)

Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University Visit for Two or Four with Audio Tour (Up to 42% Off)

Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University

Emory University

Discover the stories of civilizations through more than 17,000 works of art from ancient Egypt and the Americas to Africa and Asia

$20 $13

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High Museum of Art: Visits for Two or Four to the High Museum of Art Atlanta (Up to 51% Off)

Visits for Two or Four to the High Museum of Art Atlanta (Up to 51% Off)

High Museum of Art

Midtown

Thousands of masterpieces in light-filled galleries offer something for everyone, from an Impressionist exhibition to a sound installation

$39 $19

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  • The Children's Museum of Atlanta
    Shopping for groceries might sound like a chore, but it's actually one of the many fun, hands-on activities available at The Children's Museum of Atlanta. In the Fundamentally Food exhibit, kids can whip up tasty pretend meals in a playhouse kitchen and load fruits and veggies onto a delivery truck. Fundamentally Food is among the Children's Museum's year-round exhibits, whose interactive stations are geared toward children up to 8 years old. Children can mold sculptures from moon sand, create original paintings on the giant paint wall, or don raincoats before fishing in the stream of the Museum's magical forest. The Children's Museum's troupe of professional actors and educators known as the Imaginators?considered "experts on entertaining children" by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution?specialize in performing original 20-minute musicals. Their other programs include Imaginator-led story-time, crafts, dancing, interactive music programming, and cooking activities based on Georgia produce. The Children's Museum also offers private birthday parties, summer camps, and family memberships.
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    275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Southern Beer Tours
    Most popular offering: Beer Tasting Reservations: Required Kid-friendly: No Alcohol: Beer and wine only Established: 2013 Parking: Parking garage Handicap Accessible: No Pro Tip: Eat before arrival and arrive early. To the guides at Southern Beer Tours, every sip of local beer can be an exciting experience. "We enjoy highlighting the big guys, the smaller guys, and the start-ups," says the company's president. As guides point out on their tours, Georgia boasts more than 20 local breweries, and numerous other start-ups expected to yield fresh brews in the near future. The guides don't stick to one route or landscape, either; they constantly rotate the regions they tour in order to visit different breweries, pubs, and the region's naturally-occurring beer geysers.
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    2424 Piedmont Rd.
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Atlanta History Center
    The Atlanta History Center, one of the largest history centers in the nation at 33 acres, chronicles the life and exploits of Georgians with signature exhibits and temporary displays in the Atlanta History Museum, depicts the history of the Olympics in the Centennial Olympic Games Museum, and enlightens visitors with historic houses, trails and gardens. In the temporary exhibit, War in Our Backyards: Discovering Atlanta, 1861-1865, visitors study interactive map overlays, artifacts, and photographs to discover which Civil War battles took place in their yards and which took place where their statue of Bruce Lee stands. Ain?t Nothing Like the Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment explores the history of the Apollo Theater?s influence on American entertainment and showcases memorabilia including Michael Jackson's fedora and dresses worn by The Supremes, and the Native Lands: Indians and Georgia display educates modern Georgians on the state?s original residents, the Mississippian Indian tribes. The Atlanta History Center?s historic houses such as Swan House give visitors a glimpse of rural Georgian lifestyle during the 1920s and '30s, and gardens and trails both historic and contemporary soothe minds with lush foliage, leaving visitors as relaxed as a rubber band in a steam room.
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    130 W Paces Ferry Rd NW
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Michael C. Carlos Museum
    Tiberius, Rome's second emperor, stares at each visitor who enters the Michael C. Carlos Museum of Emory University. His eyes are steady, his expression one of quiet contemplation, and his head?thanks to the Museum's in-house conservation team?a vision of white Parian marble. The Museum, located on Emory University's campus, exhibits more than 17,000 artifacts like this one. Through diverse displays, they transport visitors back to ancient Egypt, Nubia, Greece, Rome, the Near East, Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Tiberius is certainly one of the Museum's more prominent pieces, but it is by no means the oldest. The Greek and Roman collection encompasses Neolithic works that stretch back to 4,000 BC. Egyptian exhibits travel back even further into civilization's earliest prehistory. Many of the coffins and mummies come from one of Emory's own, Professor William Shelton. He traveled to Egypt in 1920, and among other things, brought back the oldest Egyptian mummy in the Americas, the Old Kingdom Mummy. Other galleries contain 2,300 objects from the ancient Americas. More still travel deep into South Asia, allowing visitors to view one of the Museum's more significant pieces: a rare sculpture of the 18-armed cosmic Vishnu above his numerous attendants?a reflection of the stunning artistry of India's medieval period. Such a sprawling and eclectic collection would perhaps be overwhelming if not for the Museum's educational programs. History and art experts lead tours and teach classes for both adults and children, including a regularly occurring session on Saturdays known as "Artful Stories at the Museum." During these free events, kids hear stories of ancient civilizations, before creating their own works of art based on the day's teachings.
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    571 S Kilgo Cir NE
    Atlanta, GA US
  • Janke Studios
    Matt Janke dreamed of landing the perfect glass-blowing job. After moving to Atlanta in 1986, he realized there wasn't a single glass studio in town, granting his art a ready-made niche. After settling in, he returned to grad school, earning an MFA in glass with the intent to launch his own university program and ultimately procure his own space. By the time he graduated in 1992, Matt further honed his skills, stockpiled equipment, and, in 1996, opened his own studio and hired himself. Beyond the perks of being his own boss, having his own studio affords Matt a great deal of creative freedom. He infuses all his handblown light fixtures, tumblers, and vases with the prismatic swirls of his signature style, in which precise lines and natural variations vie for attention across undulating surfaces. A downtown gallery space facilitates sales of these works. But the studio has also fulfilled more than Matt's original goal of finding glass-blowing employment, going on to catalyze a glass-blowing community. From single apprentices in the early days, the studio is now a full-fledged classroom, with space for five instructors, a dozen students, and the kilns that must melt their glass until they each finish their training by capturing and taming a fire-breathing dragon.
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    659 Auburn Ave NE
    Atlanta, GA US
  • The Museum of Contempoary Art of Georgia
    Visiting The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia isn't just about seeing works that have already been deemed important. It's also about discovering what the future of art may look like. That's because the museum showcases the visual works of not only established artists, but also emerging talent throughout the state. By investing so heavily in Georgia's artistic community and making the museum's collections available to the general public, MOCA GA strives to preserve these artists' legacies for the viewing pleasure of present and future generations. The permanent collection currently features over 920 works by more than 250 different artists, including paintings, sculptures, photography, prints, and digital works from the mid 1940s to the present day. MOCA GA's staff displays many of the pieces from the permanent collection alongside works by artists from around the world, demonstrating how Georgia's artistic community fits into a larger global context. The museum hosts rotating exhibitions throughout the year, and it encourages community engagement by regularly holding artist talks and other public programs.
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    1447 Peachtree Street Northeast
    Atlanta, GA US

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