APEX Museum

African-American Panoramic Experience features permanent exhibits depicting history from the perspective of African-Americans. Includes

C4 and FUSE Arts Center

It's one thing to make art. It's another thing entirely to make a living making art. Go to art school and you'll spend plenty of time f

Centennial Olympic Park

The best thing to come out of the 1996 Olympics is this stately public plaza with dancing fountains, cool light towers, and a variety o

Cinefest Film Theatre

Georgia State University's student-run theater offers cheap tickets and an experimental spirit near the heart of Downtown.

CNN Center

Site of CNN's world headquarters and the Atlanta bureau. Attractions include Inside CNN Studio Tour, retail shops, and restaurants.

College Football Hall of Fame

Gridiron devotees can explore the new Downtown hall's exhibits filled with historic memorabilia, learn about their alma mater’s footbal

Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery

Since its inception in 1998, Eyedrum has been a diverse venue for creative arts and music programming. For years it was ground zero for

Folk Art Park

Folk Art Park pays homage to the rich and deep tradition of Southern folk art. Ranging from a large-scale installation based on quilt-m

Gallery 72

The structure at 72 Marietta St. was once home to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. In recent years, Atlanta's Office of Cultura

Georgia Aquarium

The nation's largest aquarium has more aquatic life than any other aquarium, with specimens from more than 500 species, including whale

Georgia Dome

The world's largest cable-supported dome is home to the Falcons, the Final Four, and countless monster-truck rallies. That is, until Fa

Georgia State Capitol

The fourth floor is the weirdest free museum in town, with its famous two-headed calf, stuffed wildlife, and a diorama celebrating Geor

Georgia State University

Once a commuter school with little character, Georgia State has become a more complete university with new dorms and a strong commitmen

The Low Museum of Contemporary Culture

A gallery and co-op space for contemporary art, lecture series, drunken critiques, workshops, talks, and a couch just for sitting. Run

The Mammal Gallery

The Downtown music venue, art space, and burgeoning community center has become one of the most exciting additions to South Broad Stree

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Atlanta’s newest museum near the World of Coca-Cola is designed to pay tribute to men and women who have fought for equality and justic

The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse

Enjoy beer and Americanized versions of English pub food along with boisterous, student-friendly productions of Shakespeare classics an

Notch 8 Gallery

Miya Bailey, co-founder of City of Ink, opened Notch 8 Gallery with his partner to cater to the seasoned art buyer and bring Atlanta's

Philips Arena

Hawks basketball and arena-filling stars like the Boss, Britney, and Jay Z under one roof.

Rialto Center for the Arts

Gorgeous concert hall affiliated with Georgia State University that hosts an eclectic mix of dance, film, theater and music events, as

SkyView Atlanta

The age of the Ferris wheel in Downtown is upon us, Atlanta. The 20-story attraction known as SkyView Atlanta takes guests on a roughly

The Tabernacle

This former church has Gothic ambiance to spare, making it a fun spot to catch a rock or hip-hop show. The club, which boasts some invi

Theatrical Outfit, The Balzer Theater at Herren's

Having moved into a 200-seat performance space Downtown, this long-running Atlanta theater has begun staging more risky shows alongside

Turner Field

The Ted's more impressive, architecturally speaking, than the old home of the Braves, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, a piece of which n

Underground Atlanta

The nearly 12-acre complex, featuring renovated historic storefronts and cobblestone streets, opened in 1969, billing itself as a "city

Woodruff Park

Woodruff Park is a 6-acre Downtown space that is used by more than 5 million people each year. There's a large fountain at the north en

World of Coca-Cola

The new soda-pop museum, next to Centennial Olympic Park, is slicker than the old one — but still basically a big interactive commercia

ZuCot Gallery

Contemporary art from African-American artists, with rotating exhibitions, artists talks, and an art education program that helps novic