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Center for Civil and Human Rights
The Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta connects the civil rights movement of 50 years ago with human rights struggles throughout the world today. You'll see an interactive wall of mug shots of 1960s' Freedom Riders; a lunch counter from an actual sit-in; images from the 1963 March on Washington accompanied by the soulful vocals of Mahalia Jackson; stained-glass images of the four young girls killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham; paintings by Georgia artist Benny Andrews; a small room where you can add a personal note about human rights; and much more. The center is one of Atlanta's newer and most meaningful attractions.
Georgia Renaissance Festival
Go medieval at the Georgia Renaissance Festival, popping up in Fairburn for its annual rite of PG-13 debauchery. Nearly 1,000 costumed rakes, harlequins, ne'er-do-wells, infidels, knights and wenches will welcome you to the spectacle. Expect jousting, falconry, inquisitions, swordplay, food and drink. It all takes place in a large English village, about 13 miles southwest of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
High Museum of Art Atlanta
The world-class High Museum of Art awaits you. Slip in for a few fun hours and see brain-tickling work from visual artists near and far.
LEGOLAND Discovery Center
LEGOLAND Discovery Center at Phipps Plaza offers a world of color, creativity and fun for ages 3-10. It offers 15 attractions, two rides, a 4D cinema and more. Attractions range from the free-play Pirate Adventure Island to a factory tour, DUPLO Village and earthquake tables. A typical visit takes two to three hours, but you are welcome to stay as long as you like. Please note: All adults must be accompanied by a child to enter.
Michael C. Carlos Museum
This deal puts you in among the antiquities at Emory University's Michael C. Carlos Museum. The museum, founded in 1919, collects, preserves, exhibits and interprets priceless art and artifacts — some 17,000 of them — from ages past until the present. You'll see King Tut as a child, nested coffins, a Roman sarcophagus from the second century, vessels of every description, African bowls and masks, and much, much more. Let your imagination roam.
Tennessee Valley Railroad
The Tennessee Valley Railroad is a moving museum, offering an interactive, historical experience that make your visit to Chattanooga all the more enjoyable. It's the only regularly scheduled, full-sized train ride in Tennessee, and so much more. Travel back in time to when railroad travel was a way of life, when the romance of the rails provided an escape from the everyday routine. Climb aboard at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.
The Punchline
The Punchline, Atlanta's No. 1 comedy club, is a great place for a first date, to entertain a business client, relax with family or laugh with friends. You never know when you'll seeing comedy's next big thing — Tim Allen, Dave Chappelle, Margaret Cho, Dane Cook, Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Wendy Liebman, Eddie Murphy, Amy Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Tucker and dozens more have played here. Will you?
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