If you have kids the fountains in Centennial Olympic Park are tons of fun…
Then you can ride the Sky View Ferris Wheel…. Then go to The Westin Peachtree Plaza The Sundial restaurant and bar….The top two floors rotate, so you can have a sweet tea or a Coke and get a great view of Atlanta.
There are always the obvious Georgia Aquarium, World of Coke and The College Hall of Fame
On the Georgia Tech Campus there is the Clough Garden a roof top garden.
Oh and the new trolley is running and you can ride it for free. It will take you to the King Historic Area and Sweet Auburn Market.The market has fresh fruit, seafood, sausage and meats and restaurants.
A lot of movies are being shot in Atlanta now, so you can go for an Atlanta Movie Tours…They have several different tours you can take and enjoy.
The Summer is here and there are tons of fun things to do in Atlanta!
Centennial Olympic Park. is a great place to take the kids! or go down by yourself! or take your significant other. You can have a picnic in the shade.
Or you can go to Legal Seafood. Our trick is sharing. I recommend the Clam Chowder, get a cup, it is delicious! We split the Fish and Chips, spicy, it wasn’t very spicy but it was really awesome. The fish was so fresh and fried perfectly.
The kids can play in the fountain, bring a towel!
When all is done, try SkyView. It truly is fun!
It is not scary (there is a “panic” button just in case) The views are great!
It really has grown into a great destination in Atlanta. Let me know what kind of fun you have in the park.
There are a lot of fun things to do in downtown Atlanta. There are a few movies being filmed downtown right now. I enjoyed a great bowl of soup at Legal Seafood, it was wonderful. My waiter, Chris didn’t know which movie was filming but if Angelina Jolie was involved he would jump off the building to get her autograph (he is a huge fan, duh) It took the people filming an hour to shoot an Audi drive down Luckie St.
Then just a short walk into Centennial Olympic Park. They have the fountains spraying water and little kids running around and giggling, it is impossible not to get caught up in their happiness!
Then onward and upward to Skyview Atlanta. I cannot lie, it is a little scary at first, but you get used to it and you can see everything!
That’s Bobby Dodd Stadium. I totally recommend giving it a whirl.
Next stop, CNN Center. I didn’t take the tour, maybe another day.
These things are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to downtown Atlanta. We will explore other things to do another day! Any questions, let me know!
Tomorrow I will let you in on somethings going on Downtown Atlanta!