Atlanta: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Atlanta: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

From $8 per person

Uncover the rich history of Atlanta with this self-guided walking tour. Experience the city’s most memorable cultural spots and attractions.

About this activity

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Audio guide included
English

Experience

Highlights
  • Visit the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, and more
  • Learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and visit his birthplace
  • Hear about the Great Atlanta Fire which reshaped the city 100 years ago
  • Benefit from an interactive self-guided tour via an app
  • See animated videos to visualize different parts of the tour
Full description
Experience Atlanta, Georgia, on a self-guided tour via an app that functions as a guide, narrator, and map in one. This tour has been developed by local guides, creative writers, and professional voice artists. The walking tour begins at Centennial Olympic Park. Learn about the 1996 Olympic Games and the shocking bombing that went unsolved for an entire year. Enjoy animated videos that let you visualize what you cannot see, such as different centuries or interior rooms. Swing by the World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta’s most popular attraction. Experience all sorts of quirky exhibits, colorful tidbits of history, and coke flavors from around the world. After that, stop at the Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the United States. See enormous whale sharks and more thanks to the aquarium’s 10-million-gallon tank. Continuing downtown, hear about the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917. Learn about the astonishing blaze that left a whopping 10 percent of the city homeless. If you know where to look, you can still find evidence of the fire. Keep exploring downtown and tune in to the city’s entertainment business, from Hollywood to hip-hop. If you want to get a birds-eye view of Atlanta’s gorgeous downtown, hop on board the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel next. Pass the APEX Museum, dedicated to Black history in Atlanta. Then, turn back the clock to a time before the Civil Rights Movement, when half of Atlanta’s population wasn’t allowed to vote. Step into the Martin Luther King Jr. Historical District and walk to his birthplace, Auburn Ave. Hear the whole story of King, from his formative years to his studies in the ministry and, finally, his world-changing activism. Stop by the World Peace Rose Garden and a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Learn Gandhi’s importance to King and the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. Next, walk to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame. Hear about King’s shocking assassination and his enduring legacy. Finally, visit the King Center, hear about Coretta Scott King, and conclude your tour at the home of King’s birth.
Includes
  • Self-guided tour taken via the app
  • Unique password (sent by email) for access to the app
  • Live GPS map on your phone
  • Audio narration
  • Text explanations
  • List of entire route from stop to stop
  • Food or drinks
  • Transportation
  • Parking
  • Entry to paid attractions
  • Vehicle rentals
Covid-19 precautions
Traveler requirements
  • You must bring your own headphones
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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Meeting point

When you arrive, go to the Atlanta Visitor Information Center at Centennial Olympic Park to start the tour. From there, simply follow the audio instructions and the route via the app. If you have any questions, please contact by call, chat, or email.

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What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Headphones
  • Charged Smartphone
  • Power bank
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Product ID: 400495