A Weekend in Atlanta: The Ultimate Itinerary; Are you planning on taking a trip to Atlanta where the Great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once resided before his passing, and need help planning out an epic weekend? Well, allow me to be of assistance to you. Atlanta is a great city and it’s becoming a spot for prime real estate. I’ve been to Atlanta a couple of times, and have found something to do each time I go to visit, it is never boring. Don’t stress over creating an itinerary, I’ve got you covered.
Ebenezer Baptist Church: Visit the church where the prominent Dr. King Jr preached. Not too far is his home where he grew up in
The Bellwood Quarry: The Quarry is located in Northwest Atlanta and has been in operation for more than 100 years. There has been talk about turning the Quarry into a massive 350 acre park called Westside Reservoir Park which would make it the largest park in the city of Atlanta.
Georgia Aquarium: The Georgia Aquarium is one of the most popular aquariums in the world, it was the largest between 2005-2012 until Singapore built Marine Life Park, The Georgia Aquarium is still the largest in the states and has been featured in several films such as Daddy’s Girls. If you don’t do anything else, visit the aquarium, it may be a little pricey, but is worth the ticket entry.
The Roof at Ponce Market: Ponce Market is the place to be if you are looking to just relax with your friends of family. Restaurants are in abundance at the location; to top it off, there’s a rooftop mini arcade called ‘Skyline Park” with mini golfing, swings, a slide, restaurant and bar. There’s a little something for everyone here.
Callaway Resorts & Gardens: Pamper yourself and spend the day at Callaway Resorts & Gardens. The resort is full of fun activities and things to do from fun water sports activities, golf, spa and more. Spend the night and enjoy yourself. The drive is about 1.5 hours from the Atlanta Aquarium, but it all depends on traffic.
Atlanta Botanical Garden: You cannot go wrong when visiting the Botanical Garden, it is just a majestic place to be. After touring the Garden, take a walk to Piedmont Park where you can stroll, picnic or just people watch.
Piedmont Park: Short walking distance from Atlanta Botanical Garden, piedmont park is a beautiful greens space in Atlanta. You can get a nice view of the skyline, depending on where you are in the park.
World of Coca- Cola
Are you a fan of Coca-Cola or just curious about how the popular Coca-Cola brand got its start, then be sure to visit the Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta, GA. Opened in 2007, the museum showcases the history of Coca-Cola. In the same com
Stone Mountain: If you’re a hiker, then take a hike Stone Mountain. If you’re not into hiking, Stone Mountain is still a great place to go if you’re looking to just take a stroll.
Nine Mile Station: Hungry after a long day, wash up after hiking Stone Mountain and head over to the Nine Mile Station for good food and drinks.