Concert venue seats up to 1,100. Mainly features national acts of the indie-rock persuasion.
This one location is home to Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, High Museum of Art, and Young Audiences.
The new soda-pop museum, next to Centennial Olympic Park, is slicker than the old one -- but still basically a big interactive commercial that you pay to watch. It features free samples of various international flavors of the company's sugar water, a mini-bottling line, and Coke-themed pop art.
Houses more than 1,000 animals including
elephants, Sumatran tigers, black rhinos, zebras
and Chantek, the first orangutan to use sign
language. One of two zoos in the country to house
and study giant pandas. $12-$17.
African-American Panoramic Experience features permanent exhibits depicting history from the perspective of African Americans. Includes a replica of the Yates and Milton Drug Store, one of Atlanta's first black-owned businesses, and other artifacts, photographs and multi-media presentations on the African-American cultural experience. Free-$4.
The lavish sets and production values at times risk upstaging the actual shows at Atlanta's biggest and most prestigious theater company, which features the 750-seat Alliance Stage and the more intimate 200-seat Hertz Stage.
Part of the Woodruff Arts Center and located a couple of blocks away, the 14th Street Playhouse contains three performing spaces ranging from midsize to “black box.” The playhouse provides venues for such touring shows as the long-running Menopause The Musical as well as performing space for associate companies such as Art Within.