- Up to nine days to visit all the attractions in Atlanta
- Ticket booklet packed with useful information
- Great value for money
- Tickets included so no waiting in long ticket queues
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Watching all the fishPhoto by: Randy K
United States of America, 08 2015
- Georgia AquariumPhoto by: Viveka R
- Zoo AtlantaPhoto by: Viveka R
- Fernbank MuseumPhoto by: Viveka R
- World of Coca-ColaPhoto by: Viveka R
- Inside CNN AtlantaPhoto by: Viveka R
- Inside CNN TourPhoto by: Elaine M
- GA Aquarium!Photo by: Elaine M
What You Can Expect
At the Georgia Aquarium, see beluga whales, dolphins, whale sharks, penguins and more in this 10-million-gallons of water. Also, experience the wonder of AT&T Splash 101 (dolphin training), a 4-D theater (with interactive seats) and a variety of special exhibits.
Then explore the history of the world's most famous beverage brand at the World of Coca-Cola, the dynamic, multimedia home of Coke’s 128-year-old secret formula. Get closer than ever to the vault that holds the secret Coca-Cola recipe. See more than 1,200 rare artifacts and get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process. Then take a trip around the world in a thrilling 4-D movie experience before sampling more than 100 different beverages. On the way out, take home a complimentary commemorative glass bottle of Coca-Cola.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at CNN’s global headquarters in Atlanta with a guided, 50-minute studio walking tour. Learn how CNN’s news is written, produced and delivered — and maybe even find some of the anchors hard at work on a live broadcast. See all the news feeds from CNN bureaus around the world and check out the high-tech special effects studio. Take home a souvenir photo behind a news desk and don’t forget to explore the shops and restaurants in the CNN Center before or after the tour.
Then choose from Zoo Atlanta — with more than 1,400 animals, including the nation’s largest collection of gorillas and orangutans — or the must-see museum experience at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Finally, pick from the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, with the world’s largest dinosaurs, cultural treasures, rare artifacts and Atlanta’s biggest IMAX screen or the College Football Hall of Fame.
had a great time
Great place to visit. I highly recommend Agathas Dinner theatre. We laughed our heads off!!! Loved the Aquarium, Coke musuem, CNN tour, and other tours with our City Pass. Great value and great entertainment for all ages
National Center for Civil and Human Rights was the highlight ticket in my Atlanta City Pass. CNN tour was okay as was the CocaCola tour. Aquarium somewhat disappointing. I expected it to be spectacular and it didn't measure up to my expectations. It was geared more to children than I expected so may be good to visit with children at a time when they have specific programming. We went at a time when there was no programming for children but a lot of space that we had to walk through that was for children. Not on city pass but a great experience was the street car trip 1 for 2hour one-way or 3 for all day to the Martin Luther King Center with a lot of other interesting stops along the way
Easy to use, great locations and much fun
Excellent way to see Atlanta. We enjoyed all 5 events. Makes sightseeing easier.
For 1 price we were able to see all the main attractions in Atlanta. No waiting in lines as we bought the pass ahead of time. Recommended for first time visitors to the region.
Confusing when ordered online, but, easy once we called and talked to a real person. Very easy to get our ticket booklets when we got to our first venue.
The Atlanta City Pass is the best option. I learned about the pass on the internet and after researching the prices to get in attractions individually, I could not pass this up. We were able to do 3 different activities in one day. My only suggestions is make the passes available to go straight into an exhibit rather than standing in line to retrieve the individual exhibit's tickets.