Are you ready for an educational and fun trip to Atlanta? Look no further than our 2-day Atlanta Educational Tour. This unique tour is designed to engage both the minds and hearts of your group. Through a combination of activities, lectures, and visits to some of Atlanta’s most iconic attractions, your group will learn about the history and culture of this vibrant city. Prepare to be immersed in a world filled with rich cultural experiences!
Day 1 You'll See
Day 2 You'll See
Martin Luther King Jr. Center- We begin our two-day educational tour of Atlanta at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center. Located in downtown Atlanta, this museum and research center was founded by Dr. Martin Luther King’s widow, Coretta Scott King in 1969 to honor her late husband’s life and legacy. We'll begin our tour with a visit to the King Center's main plaza, featuring a reflecting pool, sculpture garden, and a monument honoring Dr. King’s memory. Then, we'll explore the museum's exhibits and galleries, which focus on Dr. King’s history and civil rights struggles.
Georgia Aquarium- The second stop on our two-day tour of Atlanta is the Georgia Aquarium. This world-class facility, located downtown near Centennial Olympic Park, offers visitors the chance to explore an amazing underwater environment from both above and below the surface. We'll get an up-close look at a variety of aquatic life, including sharks, whales, dolphins, and more.
Jimmy Carter Library and Museum- Starting our second day in Atlanta, we'll be making a stop at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum. Located on the north side of town, this stunning complex is comprised of a presidential library, museum, and research center. We'll explore the museum's many exhibits, which include artifacts and photographs.
Fernbank Museum of Natural History- Our final attraction is the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. Situated on the north side of town, this museum offers visitors a unique chance to explore nature, science, and culture. We'll get an inside look at the museum's exhibits and galleries, which feature both permanent and rotating displays on topics ranging from geology to archaeology. We'll also get a chance to explore the museum's beautiful outdoor grounds, which features an array of trees and plants from around the world.