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Top 5 Things To Do In Atlanta During Super Bowl Weekend

While the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta might be the obvious choice for your travel fun during this year’s Super Bowl, there are a lot of other exciting places to adventure while visiting this vibrant city the first weekend in February. Trying to make plans in advance? You might want to consider a few of these options.


World Of Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola is rolling out the red carpet to those coming for the big game with a special exhibit for the weekend featuring interactive photo-opps, limited edition sodas and special tours. In addition if you are visiting and pick up an Atlanta CityPASS, you will receive a deep discount on this attraction.


National Center For Civil & Human Rights

With a focus on educating and engaging, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is something which will be a very special stop for those traveling to Atlanta. Featuring rotating and permanent exhibits which provoke thought it is worth the stop to get into the conversations buzzing around this Super Bowl.


Georgia Aquarium

One of the largest aquariums in the world this space features tens of thousands o animals in over 10 million gallons of water. You can view some of the most interesting sea life in a variety of different ways including special tours and viewings. With the big game you will want to check out this location and all it has to offer by purchasing tickets in advance online.


Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

If in Atlanta already for the Super Bowl, why not check out another popular football attraction in the College Football Hall of Fame. With 95,000 square feet, over 50 interactive exhibits and an indoor 45 yard football field this is a must see when in Atlanta for any football fan. Special events will be held at the facility during the big game weekend so make sure to check times for admission.


Centennial Olympic Park

In 1996, the Olympics made their prestigious debut in Atlanta and changed the structure of this portion of Atlanta for ever. Shortly after the game had wrapped a redevelopment of the area began to foster in residential dwellings, businesses and areas for public recreation. This area is now known for the many events which are hosted in the park, most likely to be a hot bed of entertainment during the Super Bowl festivities.

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