How To Enjoy Free Attractions In Atlanta

Atlanta is one of the popular tourist destinations in the State of Georgia. Here, you’d find many things to do and places to see but this article is going to tell you all about free Atlanta attractions.



When you plan to make a visit to Atlanta make sure you have a list of places to visit ready. You’d find many popular landmarks and historic sites that make Atlanta a best place to vacation in America. Here’s a list of the following free Atlanta attractions.

Interesting King Center

Interesting King Center

The King Center is one of the most famous landmarks in Atlanta that commemorates the very inspiring Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. The place remains open on all days except on holidays like New Year’s Day or Christmas.
Make sure you check the official website for the timing and holiday. The King Center also has several interesting sections such as the Freedom Hall housing so many information and records about the life of King.

Visit the birthplace of King Luther which has been recently refurbished.  Check out the entombed King and his wife. You can buy gift items from the resource center or buy books as a souvenir. The King Center is a perfect to spend your day for absolutely free. No admission cost to visit this beautiful site.

Visit Georgia’s State Capitol

Visit Georgia’s State Capitol


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Get to know where all the politics take place in Georgia. Visit the State Capitol that offers a great experience to know how the government and all the legislation work. It is opened for public viewing from morning 8 o’clock till evening 5 pm. However, it is closed on Saturdays and Sundays and other State holidays.

The State Capitol has a museum situated in the fourth floor. If you visit the place during January to March then you might get a chance to spot some members of the Assembly because that’s the time when the session starts.

Sometimes, at a time of important legislation being made, you’d also spot the media journalists and cameramen. Make use of the brochures given to you at the tour desk. Walk around the place with family and kids. Admission is free and needs no prior reservations.

The Huge Olympic Park

The Huge Olympic Park

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Another free attraction in Atlanta is the Centennial Olympic Park situated in the Park Avenue area of Atlanta, Georgia. It was build for the very famous Olympic game that was held in the year 1996. Visitors can enjoy the Fountain of Rings which exhibits amazing display of water dancing to music or chill out in the Café.

There is a Visitor Center for any information about the place. Kids can play in the big ground. Visitors can enter the Park for free from 7 in the morning to late in the night till 11 pm. It is opened on holidays too. Visit centennialpark.com for more information.

Free Atlanta attractions are a great way to see most important sites without having to pay a penny. There are lots of other big parks and grounds which are free and can used well for picnics and spend day with kids.



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