Founded based on a need for space for former circus animals, Zoo Atlanta has been a mainstay attraction in Atlanta since 1889. Today, it houses more than 1,500 animals and has the largest number of gorillas and orangutans of any zoo in the United ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
June 2011

Excellent value. Aquarium is phenominal, High Museum extremely interesting display, CNN tour was great to do early so I could ask a lot of questions since the group was small, zoo was also great with lots of tree cover to keep the sun off us, and Coke tour was also great....
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Doing what: Atlanta CityPass

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
March 2007

We really loved our City Pass!! We got to see the amazing Louvre exhibit at the High Museum of Art, and my husband, who is an avid diver, thought the Georgia Aquarium was the best he'd ever seen! We tried sodas from around the globe at the World of Coca Cola, and watched a baby Panda sleep in the sun at the Atlanta Zoo. We wished we could have had one more day to see the other attractions, but we felt like we still got our money's worth!

Doing what: Atlanta CityPass

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4 star rating: Recommended
March 2010

The CityPass is a good deal if you are planning to visit atleast 4 attractions in Atlanta. Coca cola, CNN, Aquarium, Any of the museums or zoo. We did Coca Cola, CNN, Aquarium and Fernbanks Museum. Other than the ones in CityPass, we also did StoneMountain which would have been nice to be included in the package.

Doing what: Atlanta CityPass

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