Highlighting must see Attractions!
The Atlanta Botanical Garden was incorporated in 1976 to develop and maintain plant collections for the purpose of display, education, research, conservation and enjoyment.
The Garden features 15 acres of outdoor display gardens, the Upper Woodland showcasing five acres of shade-loving ornamentals from around the world and the 10-acre Storza Woods with natural undergrowth and walking trails. Across the Flower Bridge is the two-acre Childrens Garden, which has been designed as a wellness garden. The Dorothy Chapman Fuqua Conservatory houses rare and endangered plants from tropical rainforests and desert regions. The Fuqua Orchid Center houses a High Elevation House, a Tropical Display House and a Center for Education and Conservation.
Callaway is an award-winning, 14,000-acre gardens, resort and preserve nestled in the southernmost foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, in Pine Mountain, Georgia.
In addition to three types of accommodations, a choice of restaurants and plenty of shopping, guests at this family-friendly getaway enjoy lots to see and do. The Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center, Birds of Prey shows, Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, John A. Sibley Horticultural Center, Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden, Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl, Overlook Garden and miles of nature trails showcase the beauty of nature.
Zoo Atlanta was made for families. Parents and kids alike can enjoy the family-friendly environment and educational experience when visiting. Enjoy a picnic in the park or simply enjoy quality time with loved ones. Zoo Atlanta has live animal shows and beautiful exhibits featuring animals in their natural habitat. Ride the train and the carousel, visit the goats and enjoy the playgrounds or participate in one of our family programs. A full day of fun, exploration and education awaits you.
The mission of Imagine It! The Children's Museum of Atlanta is to create environments and activities where young children experience the power of imagination and the pure delight of learning with each other and with grown-ups
This museum, which opened on December 15, 1999 - the 60th anniversary of the movie premiere in Atlanta - illuminates the making of the movie Gone With The Wind, the premiere and legacy with memorabilia from the Herb Bridges collection and the doorway of Tara from the movie set. Your experience at our historic site ends with an opportunity to enjoy the Museum Shop, complete with unique gifts, souvenirs, and Gone With The Wind collectibles and memorabilia.