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Enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour of your favorite sites.  Cooper Global offers vehicles to accommodate groups of any size for an exclusive tour.  Our knowledgeable staff and drivers will provide you with a customized tour while avoiding the headaches of traffic, parking, and figuring out how to get around.  Our vehicles are clean and well-maintained, our drivers are courteous, trained professionals, and our staff knows the City.

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CATCH A BROADWAY PLAY BEFORE IT HITS BROADWAY

Musicals, dramas and classical favorites light up Atlanta’s theater scene before they head to the Big Apple. The Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre provides a perfect way to spend the evening.

 

 

 

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WALK, BIKE, RUN ON THE ATLANTA BELTLINE

Explore miles of the Atlanta BeltLine by foot or on two wheels. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, stop in one of the many restaurants to relax and refuel. One of Atlanta’s newest green spaces, the Atlanta BeltLine is an only-in-Atlanta way to stay active.

 

 

 

LogoSTOP AND SMELL THE ORCHIDS AT AN IN-TOWN URBAN OASIS

Right in the middle of Midtown Atlanta, in the northern corner of Piedmont Park, grows more than 30 acres of lush green garden just waiting to be explored. At the Atlanta Botanical Garden, seasonal activities keep adventure blooming no matter the temperature.

 

 

 

LogoCATCH AN MLB GAME UNDER THE LIGHTS

Get your chopping arm ready! From spring to fall, head out to the Ted to catch the Atlanta Braves and cheer on our home team.

 

 

 

 

LogoSPIN THROUGH TIME WITH THE WORLD’S LARGEST OIL PAINTING

Stump your friends with Civil War trivia after “Young Abe” guides you through a sweeping panorama of the Battle of Atlanta, complete with music and sound effects. Experience the closest thing to a Civil War-era 3D film at the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum.

 

 

 

LogoRISE UP WITH SAMUEL L. JACKSON AND THE ATLANTA FALCONS

What do Falcons do? Falcons rise up! With only a couple more seasons of Atlanta Falcons football to be played in the Georgia Dome, now is the time to get in the gridiron frame of mind and cheer on the Falcons!

 

 

 

LogoPARTY WITH THE PAST

The Atlanta History Center is no stranger to games: it hosts 6,000 memorabilia from the Olympic Games including uniforms, victory medals, Olympic torches and even an original running track. Its historic Swan House was also recently featured in the blockbuster hit, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire!

 

 

LogoRECREATE HOLLYWOOD MOMENTS IN ATLWOOD

Television and film industries are bustling in Atlanta and there’s no time like the present to visit ATLwood. Whether it’s The Walking Dead, The Blind Side, Anchorman 2 or one of the many other movies filmed in Atlanta, let Atlanta Movie Tours show you the sites!

 

 

 

LogoTAKE A WALKING TOUR OF ATLANTA’S NEIGHBORHOODS

Watch history come alive as knowledgeable guides share stories of Atlanta’s past. From historic Downtown to Inman Park, Sweet Auburn and everywhere in between, step into Atlanta like never before with these outdoor guided walking tours offered by the Atlanta Preservation Center.

 

 

 

LogoIMMERSE YOURSELF IN GRAMMY-WINNING SURROUND SOUND

Want to be in the midst of dozens of Grammy-winners on one stage, but lost your invite to the Grammys? A performance by Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s award winning cast of musicians is your ticket!

 

 

 

LogoEXPERIENCE A DIFFERENT TYPE OF RETAIL THERAPY

Pack a spare suitcase for all of the goodies you will bring back from Atlantic Station! Whether it’s a major retailer or a local boutique look you want, this walkable, outdoor shopping mecca will treat you to serious retail therapy.

 

 

 

LogoSPLASH INTO THE FOUNTAIN OF RINGS

Pay homage to Atlanta’s Olympic legacy as you splash through the Fountain of Rings or play tag in the green fields of Centennial Olympic Park, located near the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center and the new Center for Civil and Human Rights and College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience.

 

 

LogoBE INSPIRED BY HEROES PAST AND PRESENT

Connect the American civil rights movement to current human rights issues through moving, experiential exhibits at the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Interact with history to understand your role in the dream and the future.

 

 

 

LogoPULL THE STRINGS ON FAMILY FUN

A must-see for the kids in your family, the Center for Puppetry Arts tells some of the most-loved children’s fables through puppetry. While you’re there, check out the Jim Henson exhibit to get a glimpse of everyone’s favorite frog!

 

 

 

LogoPACK A PICNIC AND BYOB FOR AN OUTDOOR CONCERT

Need ideas for a romantic date night? Pack your picnic basket, grab a bottle of wine and head to Chastain Park Amphitheatre for a night to remember. From rock ‘n’ roll to blues and soul, concerts at Chastain Park Amphitheatre offer something for everyone.

 

 

 

LogoSCORE A TOUCHDOWN WITH ATLANTA’S NEWEST ATTRACTION

Every team is the home team at the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience, where hands-on installments keep you in the game. Sprint down memory lane with decades of memorabilia and learn about Hall of Fame inductees.

 

 

 

LogoCHILL AND CHAT LIKE A LOCAL

Whether coffee or a cocktail is your poison, grab a drink and relax in Decatur Square. People watch, read a book or simply soak in the sun and act like a local in one of Atlanta’s most walkable neighborhoods.

 

 

 

LogoJOURNEY INTO THE JURASSIC

Getting up close and personal with the dinosaurs at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History is a lot less scary than the bared-teeth versions in film. Take a peek back in time with the Giants of the Mesozoic – even one that measures more than 120 feet long!

 

 

 

LogoSWIM WITH THE WHALE SHARKS

That’s no typo. You can actually snorkel or scuba dive with the whale sharks at the Georgia Aquarium. Interested in interacting with a slightly smaller animal? The nation’s largest aquarium offers encounters with belugas, otters and even penguins!

 

 

 

LogoSEE AN INNOVATIVE PERFOMANCE AT A 19TH-CENTURY FACTORY

Tucked away on the city’s Westside, the Goat Farm Arts Center boasts a variety of indoor and outdoor performance spaces to see a concert by a touring act or local band or a show by one of the resident dance or theater companies.

 

 

 

LogoMINGLE WITH THE MASTERS

Step inside the leading art museum in the Southeast and gaze at more than 13,000 modern and contemporary works of art. A ticket to the High Museum of Art will get you into both the special exhibitions and the permanent collection.

 

 


LogoWATCH THE NEWS UNFOLD

News junkies and aspiring anchors unite! Take the Inside CNN Studio Tour to see exactly how this globally recognized brand makes news, beginning to end. Keep your eyes peeled and you might even see Robin Meade!

 

 

 

LogoKNOCK ON THE DOOR OF THE OVAL OFFICE

Several U.S. presidents established libraries, and we’re pretty fond of the one our very own Nobel Peace Prize-winning, peanut-growing, President Jimmy Carter erected. At the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, you’ll find everything from a replica of the Oval Office to gifts he received during his presidency.

 

 

LogoBUILD YOUR DREAM WORLD

Stack, create and imagine at the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center built on the top floor of Phipps Plaza in Buckhead. Filled with hours of hands-on, interactive fun, kids will love playing inside one of the world’s biggest boxes of LEGO® bricks.

 

 

 

LogoGIVE A DAMN: GO TO THE MARGARET MITCHELL HOUSE, MY DEAR

Peek inside the restored rooms of the Margaret Mitchell House (where “Gone With the Wind” was penned) complete with the native Atlantan’s writing desk and period furnishings. Frankly, it would be your misfortune to miss exhibitions exploring the author’s life and the making of a film classic.

 

 

 

LogoWALK IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF GIANTS

Stand in the footprints of civil rights leaders on the International civil rights Walk of Fame, where the shoe prints of heroes such as Rosa Parks, former President Jimmy Carter, Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and many others are embedded in a concrete memorial.

 

 

 

LogoBOND WITH YOUR MUMMY

Take some time to connect with your mummy at Emory’s Michael C. Carlos Museum. With permanent collections that span the globe and renowned traveling exhibits, your inner history buff will be transfixed by everything from mummies to a Greek muse!

 

 

 

LogoDUNK OR DANCE AT PHILIPS ARENA

Philips Arena, home to the Atlanta Hawks (NBA) and Atlanta Dream (WNBA), keeps it rocking all year long with hoops action and the hottest concerts. Named by Rolling Stone as one of the best arenas in the country, Philips Arena hosts top national acts year round.

 

 

 

LogoPLAY HOOKY IN PIEDMONT PARK

Not that we condone it, but if you’re playing hooky, there’s no better way to spend your day than gallivanting around Piedmont Park, home to the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Lake Clara Meer. Whether you bring the pooch for playtime at the dog park or a book to relax in the grass, this in-town park in Atlanta is the place to be.

 

 

LogoCHANNEL YOUR INNER DARE DEVIL

Scream your head off on the Scream Machine or cool down in Hurricane Harbor, the new waterpark at Six Flags Over Georgia. From heart-pounding rides for the most adventurous to live entertainment for the whole family, Six Flags has you covered for a fun family day.

 

 

 

LogoWHEEL AROUND TOWN

Hop into a SkyView Atlanta gondola and travel up over 20 stories for a thrilling view of Atlanta. Once located in Florida and even Paris, the SkyView Ferris wheel is one of the newest additions to the collection of attractions surrounding Centennial Olympic Park.

 

 

 

LogoSTAR GAZE AT THE STARLIGHT

Gaze at the stars at Starlight Six Drive-In Theatre. Whether they’re on the big screen or in your favorite constellation, the Starlight Drive-In is the perfect place for stargazing and was named one of America’s Five Coolest Drive-ins by Details magazine.

 

 

 

LogoPLAY IN MOUNTAINS OF FUN

Take a trek through the treetops on SkyHike® or take a real hike (or the Summit Skyride) to the top of the mountain for beautiful city skyline views. Tour the antebellum plantation or ride around Stone Mountain by train and see the world’s largest light show projected on it!

 

 

 

LogoEAT, DRINK, SPIN, REPEAT

Take in the only 360-degree view of Atlanta from 73 stories high at The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View. As the Sun Dial rotates high above Peachtree Street, you’ll see everything from Stone Mountain to Georgia Tech and many other sites in between!

 

 

 

LogoSWEETEN YOUR VISIT WITH A SAVORY SNACK

For meats and produce straight from the farm, plus unique eateries serving up everything from soul food and gourmet hot dogs to artisanal ice cream, look no further than this urban farmer’s market. Also on the menu at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market are monthly culinary tours, storytelling, cooking classes and tons of community events.

 

 

LogoMILK A COW AT THE CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

Shop for groceries, paint a masterpiece right on the wall and even milk a cow (don’t worry, it’s not real!) at The Children’s Museum of Atlanta. Hands-on exhibits, interactive music programming and so much more just waiting to be discovered.

 

 

 

LogoWALK THE RED CARPET

At Atlanta’s fabulous Fox Theatre, every night is a red carpet event. Musicals, dance and nationally renowned acts wait at the end of your red carpet walk, and if there’s no show scheduled, have no fear – you can always tour this Atlanta icon!

 

 

 

LogoSEARCH FOR THE SECRET FORMULA

Experience the intriguing World of Coca-Cola! The attraction features a multi-sensory 4-D theater, an extraordinary 1880s soda fountain, live-action bottling line, and the opportunity to sample nearly 60 different beverages from around the world. Now you can experience the quest for one of the worlds best-kept secrets in the Vault of the Secret Formula.

 

 

LogoTREAT YOUR TIKES AND TRICKSTERS TO STORYTELLING

On Saturdays, witness the famous Uncle Remus stories come to life through incredible storytelling at the historic home of the compiler himself, Joel Chandler Harris. Partake in a daily guided tour of the Wren’s Nest and stand in the same spot where the writer gave life to the Brer Rabbit tales from his front porch.

 

 


LogoPEEK AT A PANDA…OR TWO!

Twin baby pandas! Does it get any cuter? Mei Lun and Mei Huan, born in 2013, are adorable, fluffy additions to the Zoo Atlanta family. Visit Zoo Atlanta, in the historic Grant Park neighborhood, during your next trip to Atlanta and watch them – and more of our zoo babies – grow with us!