Atlanta Museums & exhibitions

Our most recommended Atlanta Museums & exhibitions

World of Coca-Cola: Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry

1. World of Coca-Cola: Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry

Welcome to World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta! Spend the day interacting with multiple exhibits, learning about the history of the iconic brand, and sampling more than 100 different beverages from around the world. With artifacts from yesterday and today, experience the real stories behind the world’s most famous beverage brand. Get a behind-the-scenes view of the bottling process in Bottle Works. Don't forget to take your selfie with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear before leaving! Enter the new exhibit, Scent Discovery, and use your nose to guess the origin of a variety of scents led by your small group docent. At World of Coca-Cola, inspiration is around every corner - from the vault where the secret formula is secured to world-class art and memorabilia. Located near beautiful Centennial Olympic Park, the World of Coca-Cola is right in the heart of downtown Atlanta’s bustling entertainment district and a must-see while in Atlanta. Advance ticket purchases will allow you to proceed directly to the main entry line.

Illuminarium Atlanta: Waking Wonderland Morning Family Show

2. Illuminarium Atlanta: Waking Wonderland Morning Family Show

Bring the whole family along to the immersive Waking Wonderland experience, a 40-minute adventure that follows a storyline, and includes interactive components both on the floor and on the walls. Join Alice’s granddaughter, Anna, on an adventure to a magical forest full of colorful characters, as you tumble down the rabbit hole. Journey through the multiple immersive environments that are all part of Waking Wonderland. Encounter surreal settings and colorful characters. During your adventure, greet the Cheshire Cat and chase it through the magical forest. Help the Mad Hatter in his chaotic tea factory. Even tiptoe into the throne room to awaken the Queen of Hearts as you brave the hero’s quest to breathe life back into a dormant Wonderland. Illuminarium Atlanta allows you to be transported to this all-encompassing magical world using 4K laser projection. Combined with state-of-the-art audio, in-floor haptics, and even scents, your whole family can experience a fully immersive and shared entertainment journey. Visit the onsite retail shop and indoor/outdoor cafe featuring food, drinks, and artisanal gifts to cap off your experience.

Atlanta: Center for Puppetry Arts, Worlds of Puppetry Museum

3. Atlanta: Center for Puppetry Arts, Worlds of Puppetry Museum

Discover the history of puppetry in The Global Collection. The collection celebrates puppetry traditions in major cultures from around the world. Highlighting the history of puppetry in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas, learn how puppets have been used as a teaching and communication tool. See puppets organized by continent, and find artifacts displayed with rich, contextual backdrops, and hands-on interactives that encourage patrons to immerse themselves in puppetry traditions from around the world.  Explore the interactive Jim Henson Collection, displaying the work of the creator of The Muppets. Follows Henson’s prolific imagination chronologically, and explore environments that typified the master puppeteer’s world, such as Jim’s Office and the Television Studio. In addition to learning how Henson’s characters came to life and are still performed, see iconic puppets such as Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy.

Atlanta: College Football Hall of Fame All-Access Pass

4. Atlanta: College Football Hall of Fame All-Access Pass

Visit the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall Fame and enjoy an immersive and interactive experience. Use your special all-access pass to see all the museum has to offer. Explore the museum’s 95,000-square-foot space, which boasts a 45-yard indoor football field, and over 50 interactive exhibits. Learn about the greatest college gridiron players, teams, and coaches. Head through the tunnel and enter the quad. Find your team’s helmet from the massive three-story Helmet Wall, which displays helmets from 770 schools. Choose your team, and watch their helmet light up on the wall. Hit the indoor playing field and test your skill at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Skill Zone. Kick a field goal, throw like a quarterback, and run the obstacle course. The College Football Hall of Fame is one of the only museums you can work up a sweat in. Win bragging rights and snap photos for your social media. Die-hard and casual fans alike will feel the love of the game when they visit the College Football Hall of Fame.

Atlanta: Private City Highlights Tour

5. Atlanta: Private City Highlights Tour

Climb into a private vehicle and begin your tour of downtown Atlanta. Begin on Peachtree Street located along Atlanta’s main thoroughfare and home to one the South’s oldest private clubs, several historic churches, and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history. Then head into the Fairlie Poplar Historic District - the commercial heart of the city which contains a range of architectural styles popular in the late 19th and early-20th centuries including Atlanta's Flatiron Building. Then head to the Centennial Olympic Park to see The World of Coke, Georgia Aquarium, National Center for Civil Rights, and CNN. Finally, witness the imposing Mercedes Benz Stadium which is home to the Falcons and Atlanta United. Continue the tour with a drive through midtown, where you will see the apartment where the Pulitzer-Prize winning author Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With The Wind. Admire the Fox Theater & Georgian Terrace, a lavishly restored 1920's movie palace. Head into the Ansley Park neighborhood known for its winding roads, beautiful landscaping, and a variety of architecture predominantly from the early 20th-century. Finish this section of the tour at Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Next, see some of the finest architecture in the city in the exclusive neighborhood of Buckhead and Tuxedo Park including the 1920's Swan House which featured in The Hunger Games movies. See numerous sites related to the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the Civil Rights Movement and step inside the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. Make a quick stop in the Ponce City Market which hosts a vibrant mix of restaurants, shops, apartments, and offices. End the tour with a drive through the Eastside district of the city. Pass by Cabbagetown, one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South and the restored mansions at Inman Park. End the day with a tour of Grant Park - Atlanta’s oldest city park, home to Zoo Atlanta and a large collection of restored Victorian and Craftsman homes.

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World of Coca-Cola: Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry was an excellent tour. The GetYourGuide.com was very helpful and I really liked that they allowed you to print the ticket. Instead of having to have a cell phone. They give you options and are concerned about their customers. You will learn a lot at the Coca-Cola Museum. Also, enjoy the tasting.

Me and my family decided to have our family trip this year in Atlanta and we decided to come here to learn and enjoy everything about Coca-Cola

Pleasantly surprised. Didn’t know what to expect. But we spend two hours looking around and experiencing the place.

It was nice to be able to book so many different things to do in one place.

I had a fun experience and learned something at the same time.