Atlanta Attractions continued.….


Center for Civil and Human Rights:


A visit to the Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is worthwhile because of its exciting cultural attraction that relates The American Civil Rights Movement to today’s Global Human Rights Movements.




  • Four exhibition spaces that include a constantly rotating gallery of belongings from The Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection displaying personal papers and items of Dr. King.
  • Designated event spaces and educational programs inspiring visitors to join the current dialogue about today’s movements for human rights across the world.

The World of Coca-Cola:


It is a museum, located in Atlanta, Georgia.  You can experience the rich history of Coca-Cola Company through a unique VIP Guided Tour which is a personalized and customized tour allowing both way conversation in a small group setting.

Centennial Olympic Park:


Remember Atlanta Olympics in 1996? The site is now converted into a famous park filled with walking paths, water gardens & the Fountain of Rings, a great place to spend an evening with your family and kids.


Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park:

What to see:

  • King’s birthplace
  • family church & tomb
  • National Park surrounding King’s birth home
  • Ebenezer Baptist Church
  • King’s graveyard.


CNN Center

Avail the Popular tour to witness a behind-the-scenes look at the CNN TV news network & the operations at the global channel center.

It is strict advice to all visitors that they must check out on the internet, the opening and closing time of all the places, plus the prices and offers fit well in advance to save both time and money.




The third part of this article will unveil the massive food and music scene in Atlanta. Stay Tuned 🙂