Atlanta--big city, Southern hospitality.Atlanta is well known as a convention city with its first--class hotels, its accessibility both nationally and internationally and its outstanding meeting facilities. Atlantans know how to do business, but the city also has everything needed for a perfect getaway Perfect Getaway, the 12th installment of the Hardy Boys Casefiles paperback series was published in 1988. The plot involves Frank and Joe going undercover in the South American jungle, pursuing an embezzler. , even if it's just taking a break during a meeting--sports, dining, shopping, history, culture, attractions and more.
With more than 17 million visitors arriving each year to experience the city's offerings, it's no surprise Atlanta has become the entertainment and cultural center of the South.
Visitors can experience attractions that can be found only in Atlanta including Centennial Olympic Park Centennial Olympic Park is a 21 acre (85,000 m²) public park located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, USA that is owned and operated by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. , CNN CNN
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The Atlanta History Museum was founded in 1926, and currently consists of 12 exhibits. and Atlanta Cyclorama The Atlanta Cyclorama is a cylindrical panoramic painting of the American Civil War Battle of Atlanta. The cyclorama is housed in a museum, also called the "Atlanta Cyclorama", in Grant Park in Atlanta, Georgia. . The city's heritage includes serving as the home to individuals known worldwide, including Margaret Mitchell Noun 1. Margaret Mitchell - United States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell, Mitchell , Martin Luther King Jr. and former President Jimmy Carter, just to name a few.
Atlanta is the cultural capital of the South. Visitors to the many theaters, museums, galleries and concert halls can experience diverse art, drama, dance and music. The High Museum of Art hosts top exhibitions from around the world while the Fernbank Museum of Natural History Fernbank Museum of Natural History, in Atlanta, Georgia, presents dynamic exhibitions and programming meant to entertain as well as educate the public. Its mission is to encourage a greater appreciation of our planet and its people. and Michael C. Carlos Museum The Michael C. Carlos Museum is administered by Emory University on its campus in DeKalb County near Atlanta, Georgia.
The Carlos Museum has the largest collections in the Southeast United States of objects from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, the Near East, and the ancient showcase everything from dinosaurs to mummies. From improv A multidimensional Windows spreadsheet from Lotus that allows for easy switching to different views of the data. Data are referenced by name as in a database, rather than the typical spreadsheet row and column coordinates. Improv was originally developed for the NeXt computer. to Shakespeare, the majestic Fox Theatre to the neighborhood playhouse, Atlanta's theater scene gets a standing ovation time and again.
Sports fans need to hold on to their seats and experience one of Atlanta's five professional sports teams--Atlanta Braves baseball, Atlanta Falcons football, Atlanta Hawks basketball, Atlanta Thrashers hockey and Atlanta Force arena football. No matter what the season, sports lovers will always find something to cheer about in Atlanta.
Atlanta is a city of unique neighborhoods that are steeped in charm, ranging from funky Little Five Points to chic Buckhead with shopping and dining to fit any taste. More than 8,000 restaurants offer the best in regional and international cuisine, complete with award--winning chefs and stunning decor. If shopping is a favorite pastime, Atlanta is well positioned to take care of every whim from bargains to luxuries and the latest trends to the rarest antiques. Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza are Buckhead's shopping showcases while the Virginia-Highland neighborhood and Midtown house some of the city's best small boutiques. And, long known for its abundance of trees and green spaces, Atlanta offers numerous parks for walking, biking or just passing a lazy afternoon, great for taking in the mild year--round climate.
No other city in the country offers big city excitement with Southern style like Atlanta. Come and experience the spirit of Atlanta. For more information on the city or to plan a meeting in Atlanta, please visit www.atlanta.net.
Come enjoy your very own, 5 million gallon fish tank. The Georgia Aquarium is opening in 2005, and it's going to be spectacular.
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The fabulous Fox Theatre and The Martin Luther King Center, along with other cultural attractions, are sure to please everyone.
Amazing restaurants and incredible shopping. The combination might make it difficult for your attendees to leave.
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Visit an Atlanta tradition, the World of Coca-Cola The World of Coca-Cola is a permanent exhibition featuring the history of The Coca-Cola Company and its well-known advertising as well as a host of entertainment areas and attractions. attraction. And, the new World of Coca-Cola will be making its debut in 2007.
Anywhere in metro Atlanta, you'll find a convention center nearby and over 2,000,000 sq. ft. of prime exhibit space.
Immerse yourself in the arts with a visit to the High Museum of Art and Woodruff Arts Center. You'll be glad you did.
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