Are you looking for a fun and educational way to spend the upcoming break with your family? Then look no further than our 4-Day Atlanta Educational Tour! This exciting tour is packed with activities that will help broaden your horizons and provide an unforgettable learning experience. During this four-day trip, you'll visit some of Atlanta's most iconic landmarks and attractions including the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, The World of Coca-Cola, and the Georgia Aquarium. In addition to these amazing sites, you'll also enjoy interactive workshops and guided tours led by knowledgeable experts who can answer all your questions about local history and culture. So don't miss out on this unique opportunity to explore one of America's great cities while gaining knowledge along the way - book your tickets today for our 4-Day Atlanta Educational Tour!
Day 1 You'll See:
- Centennial Olympic Park
- Skyview Atlanta
Day 2 You'll See:
- Georgia Aquarium
- World of Coca Cola
- Center for Civil and Human Rights
- Jimmy Carter Library and Museum
Day 3 You'll See:
- Georgia Governor’s Mansion Tour
- Atlanta History Center
- Shopping at the Lenox Square Mall
- The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum
Day 4 You'll See:
- Martin Luther King Jr. Center
- Oakland Cemetery
Centennial Olympic Park- On day one of the tour, you will visit Centennial Olympic Park, a 21-acre public park located in downtown Atlanta. The park was built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, and is home to several iconic landmarks such as the Fountain of Rings and several monuments that were erected in honor of the athletes who competed during the games.
Skyview Atlanta- After taking in the sights of Centennial Olympic Park, you'll take a ride on the Skyview Atlanta, a 200-foot Ferris wheel with enclosed, air-conditioned gondolas that provide breathtaking views of the city.
World of Coca-Cola- On day two, you'll take a trip to the World of Coca-Cola, an interactive exhibit that explores the history and culture of one of America's most iconic brands. Here you can learn about how Coke is made, explore whimsical exhibits such as the Vault of Secret Formulas, and even sample more than 100 different flavors from around the world.
Georgia Aquarium- After exploring the World of Coca-Cola, you'll travel to the Georgia Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in the world. Here you can admire beautiful underwater creatures such as dolphins, beluga whales, sea turtles, sharks and more!
Center for Civil and Human Rights- Next, you'll visit the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a museum located in downtown Atlanta that celebrates diversity and promotes understanding between all people.
Jimmy Carter Library and Museum- Finally, you'll wrap up your tour with a visit to the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, which chronicles the life and legacy of America's 39th President.
Georgia Governor’s Mansion Tour- On day three of your tour, you'll take a guided tour of the Georgia Governor's Mansion, which has been home to every governor since 1868. Here you can learn about the history of the mansion and get an inside look at life in one of Atlanta's most famous residences.
Atlanta History Center- After the Governor's Mansion, you'll visit the Atlanta History Center, which is home to a variety of exhibits that explore the region's rich history and culture.
Shopping at the Lenox Square Mall- After a day of exploring, you'll cap off your trip with some shopping at the Lenox Square Mall.
The William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum- For our last stop of day 3, you'll learn about the struggles of Jewish people during World War II at the William Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum. This interactive museum offers a powerful and moving look into one of history's darkest times.
Martin Luther King Jr. Center- On the final day of your tour, you'll pay a visit to the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, a museum and memorial dedicated to one of America's most important civil rights activists. Here you can explore exhibits that honor MLK's legacy and learn more about his life and impact on the world.
Oakland Cemetery- Finally, you'll end your tour with a visit to Oakland Cemetery, the oldest public cemetery in Atlanta and final resting place of many notable Atlantans.
At the end of the tour, you will have experienced the culture and history of one of America's most vibrant cities. So don't miss out on this unique opportunity - book your