For a dose of culture head to the Woodruff Arts Center, which houses the High Museum of Art. The High Museum boasts a collection of works by European and American artists, including a fine collection of African American art. There is also a respectable collection of works by Southern artists. In addition to the High Museum, the Woodruff Arts Center holds the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 14th Street Playhouse, Alliance Theater and the Atlanta College of Art.
Take a stroll through the lovely Atlanta Botanical Garden, located in the city’s popular Piedmont Park. The Botanical Garden is actually a collection of small gardens designed in different styles. For example, there’s a fragrant rose garden, a soothing Japanese Garden and even a children’s garden filled with fun statues.
Spend an afternoon visiting the animals at Zoo Atlanta. The giant panda exhibit is a particular favorite among zoo guests, with visitors crowding to see the big, furry bears. In addition to the pandas, you can see elephants, apes, a lion, rhinoceroses and a petting zoo.
If you’re interested in seeing more creatures, check out the Georgia Aquarium. Opened in late 2005, the Georgia Aquarium is currently the largest aquarium in the world. The aquarium includes exhibits of cold water marine life, fish found in Georgia, river animals from around the world, colorful tropical fish and more...read more »
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