1. Located in between Atlanta’s Midtown and Virginia-Highland communities, Piedmont Park is a 189-acre town park which acts as an ethnic and leisure eco-friendly area for the city. Initially created by Joseph Johnson and later on by Central Park architect Frederick Law Olmsted, the recreation area has been used as a sports center for football and baseball, acting as a host to Atlanta’s very first pro baseball team. Nowadays, the park is a stunning green area through which you can get away from the bustle and hustle of the city, with stunning picnic places, kid’s play-grounds, Lake Clara Meer dock and tennis courts.

The stone stairways and lavish green surroundings of Magnolia Hall and Lawn, Greystone, Dockside and Promenade provide charming areas for specialized events like parties, weddings and other occasions.

  1. Being the world’s largest aquarium and home to over 500 species from all over the world which live in over 10 million gallons of marine fresh water, The Georgia Aquarium is located in downtown Atlanta close to Centennial Olympic Park, this phenomenal aquarium tank is a must see.

The aquarium tank is expanded throughout 6 huge galleries, with at least 70 incredible homes, starting from clean water river views and brightly colorful reefs to penguin territories and deep-sea aquariums. House to hundreds of underwater creatures, such as beluga whales, whale sharks, sea otters and exotic fish, the fish tank intends to help, maintain and educate tourists about the awesome diverseness of the underwater system.