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Atlanta, GA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 92
Total Sleeping Rooms 22,614
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,663
Committable Meeting Rooms* 94
Convention Center Space 3,900,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 1,400,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 41,404 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $149
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $56
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $308
*Maximum for a single hotel

Atlanta, GA Things to Do and Attractions

World of Coca-Cola

Opened in May of 2007, the World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place has already welcomed over 23 million guests. The multimedia exhibit includes over 1,200 artifacts, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process and more. Visitors even

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The King Center

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change ("The King Center") was built in 1968 by Mrs. Coretta Scott King to preserve the work and legacy of Dr. King. The memorial also serves as a programmatic nonprofit, with community

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The Fox Theatre

The Fabulous Fox Theatre is a former movie palace located in the Fox Theatre Historic District. Now known for its award-winning live entertainment, the 4,665-seat theatre welcomes more than 150 performances annually. Audiences enjoy a range of

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SkyView Atlanta

Located in the heart of Centennial Park, the Skyview Ferris Wheel is an impressive 20-stories tall. Tourists and locals alike flock to the breathtaking ride to get views of Atlanta not found anywhere else. Skyview offers 42 climate-controlled

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Six Flags Over Georgia

Rides, water parks, and entertainment await at the famous Six Flags Over Georgia. Show your guests a day of unforgettable fun at the amusement park everyone knows and loves. The park itself hosts many events throughout the year, and offers unique

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Porsche Experience Center

At the Porsche Experience Center, visitors get the chance to work with a Porsche Drive Coach to learn the ropes of some of the most beloved German cars. The center houses a fleet of more than 75 vehicles, featured cars from the Porsche Museum in

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National Center for Civil & Human Rights

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a famous museum that showcases the successes of the American civil rights movement, as well as human rights around the world. It's located next to both the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola,

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College Football Hall of Fame

More than 900 players and 200 coaches are featured in the Hall of Fame, encompassing just 0.02% of all college football players. Atlanta's College Football Hall of Fame is 94,256 sq ft, with 50,000 sq ft of exhibit space and a 45-yard indoor football

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Centennial Olympic Park

With the Fountain of Rings as its iconic centerpiece, Georgia's Centennial Olympic Park offers attractions, dining, hotels and venues, and entertainment options that will delight guests of any kind. As the host of the 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta

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Atlanta Movie Tours

Boasting more than 700 movies and 20 television shows set right in its back yard, Atlanta is famous for its rich film history. Fans can dive in head first with Atlanta Movie Tours, which carts tour-goers on luxury coaches through the locations of

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Atlanta Motor Speedway

The quad-oval Atlanta Motor Speedway (formerly the Atlanta International Raceway) is just 20 miles south of Atlanta. Known as one of the fastest tracks in the south, visitors flock to see races, concerts, and other entertainment year round. Visitors

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Atlanta History Center

The 33-acre Atlanta History Center attracts visitors of all ages. At home in colorful Atlanta, the center houses exhibitions, gardens, family activities, and interactive programs that provide educational and recreational perks for all guests. The

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Significant Venues

For those interested in exploring Atlanta's past, the Atlanta History Center is a must-see. This exceptional 33-acre campus in Buckhead includes the Atlanta History Museum, the Centennial Olympic Games Museum, the Swan House, Smith Family Farm, six

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Restaurants

Restaurants

Foodies will find the Atlanta culinary scene thriving. The City's restaurants showcase cuisine with a heavy southern influence, as well as more ethnic influences. Atlanta is known for its ability to attract high-end chefs that lead

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Shopping

Shopaholics will be in heaven amongst Atlanta's different shopping districts. Located in the heart of Buckhead, Lennox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza offer shoppers the opportunity to peruse just about every store imaginable ranging from more

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Outdoors

Nature enthusiasts will delight in exploring several of Atlanta's outdoor spaces. Originally designed by Joseph Forsyth Johnson to be the home of the Piedmont Exposition, Piedmont Park is one of Atlanta's largest green spaces comprised of 189-acres

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Tours/Itineraries

Many of Atlanta's attractions offer unique behind-the-scenes tour experiences. Transform your standard zoo experience with Wild Encounters at the Atlanta Zoo, where visitors may feed and personally meet an African elephant, Aldabra tortoise, or a

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