Things To Do

Atlanta is a vibrant city with countless activities to fill your time. For details about all there is to do in and around Atlanta, see here. Below, you can find a list of some of Atlanta’s biggest attractions. Also, don’t miss out on this year’s Eater’s Guide to Atlanta, where you can find recommendations for some of the top restaurants around the city.

You can also find an interactive map that includes the organizing committee’s favorite spots! The map includes attractions (shown in blue), restaurants (shown in green), quick bites (shown in yellow), food halls (shown in purple), and breweries (shown in brown).

Georgia Aquarium
The Georgia Aquarium is one of the largest in the world and is home to tens of thousands of whales, sharks, dolphins, and other animals.
15 minute walk from ATL Convention Center





CNN Center & World Headquarters
CNN Center & World Headquarters houses a number of CNN news channels and provides studio tours to visitors.
10 minute walk from ATL Convention Center





College Football Hall of Fame
The College Football Hall of Fame contains dozens of engaging exhibits and highlights only 0.02% of college players and coaches who have been deemed the best in the game.
10 minute walk from ATL Convention Center



Centennial Olympic Park
Centennial Olympic Park was built for the 1996 Olympics and is at the center of many of the attractions in downtown Atlanta.
9 minute walk from ATL Convention Center





World of Coca-Cola
Visitors at the World of Coca-Cola can learn about Coca-Cola’s history, as well as taste over one hundred different drinks and even make your own flavor.
9 minute walk from ATL Convention Center





Center for Civil and Human Rights
The Center for Civil and Human Rights is new to Atlanta, opening in 2014. The museum gives visitors the opportunity to learn about the achievements and milestones of both the American civil rights movement and the progression of human rights worldwide.
12 minute walk from ATL Convention Center