Besides housing the governor's office and the state legislature, the Georgia State Capitol preserves and represents the ... More
Georgia State Capitol
Besides housing the governor's office and the state legislature, the Georgia State Capitol preserves and represents the state's rich and diverse history both inside and out. Named a National Historic Landmark in 1977, the Capitol is made of Indiana limestone and Georgia marble, with a golden dome that rises more than 240 feet (73 meters) from the rotunda floor. Free guided tours are available on weekdays. The Georgia State Museum of Science and Industry is housed on the first and fourth floors.
This downtown complex features not only the global headquarters of CNN and Turner Broadcasting, but an Omni hotel, several fine
restaurants and a nice selection of boutiques and shops. Take a tour of the CNN studios for a behind ...
This agency is the city of Atlanta's primary public source for free tourist information. Visitors are invited to stop by
this centrally located facility, or browse the bureau's detailed website for up to the minute information on attractions, sporting ...
The most expansive and popular of Atlanta's city parks was originally laid out for the Cotton States and International Exposition
of 1895. It now attracts more than 2 million visitors annually. Dog owners, sun seekers and sports enthusiasts flock ...