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Top 10 places in Atlanta

Our app features the history of 30 monuments and great sites including places to discover Atlanta. Here is a selection of the top 10 monuments of the city, with an extract of the texts available in the application and written by our teams of specialists. For full content, download our Android and iPhone Guide and start creating your travel journal for your stay at Atlanta

Visit Stone Mountain

Stone Mountain

This massive and isolated mountain of granite, which stands at a height of 250 m above the surrounding plain, is a singularity of nature. It has a circumference of 8 km. You can reach the summit by a marked path or a cable car. From here you have a wonderful view of the surroundings, especially on... Read more

Visit Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell (1900-1949) and her second husband, John Marsh, lived on the ground floor of this rental house from 1925 to 1932, just after their wedding. It was a rather neglected house, which the writer called "The Dump"; however, it is partly there that she wrote her masterpiece,... Read more

Visit Atlanta History Center

Atlanta History Center

The Atlanta History Center was established in 1926; it sits on a large 13-acre lot with gardens and historic houses, including Swan House and Tullie Smith Farm. It offers temporary exhibitions and six permanent exhibitions including the "Museum of the Olympic Games 1996"... Read more

Visit The Tullie Smith House

The Tullie Smith House

It is a farmhouse built around 1840 by Robert Smith: it is a typical example of a house built by peasants that accompanied a plantation. Robert Smith owned 11 slaves and cultivated a quarter of his 320-hectare property; his herd of oxen and his pigs occupied the rest of the field. (The Civil War... Read more

Visit The Swan House-Museum

The Swan House-Museum

: The Swan House was built in 1928 for the couple Inman, on the drawings of the renowned architect, Philip Trammell Shutze . They had it built on their 119-hectare site in Buckhead, north of Atlanta. The architect combined the neo-renaissance style with the classical style, but the back façade has... Read more

Visit Martin Luther King National Historical Park Jr.

Martin Luther King National Historical Park Jr.

This park contains several buildings, including King's Birthplace, Ebenezer Baptist Church where King was baptized, and where his father and he were pastors, his grave and a memorial. There are also "shotgun houses", popular houses with all the rooms following one another, with an... Read more

Visit Piedmont Park

Piedmont Park

This 76-hectare tract originally belonged to one person who had his country house there; in 1897 he sold it to an equestrian club that wanted to make it a racetrack. Then the city decided to make it an exhibition center designed by Joseph Forsyth Johnson ; first there was the Piemond Exposition... Read more

Visit Aquarium

Aquarium

This magnificent aquarium, opened in 2005, is, in size, the second in the world after that of Singapore; it was built thanks to the donation of the businessman Bernard Marcus and the land provided by the company Coca Cola installed in Atlanta. Jeff Swanagan, already director of most zoos in the... Read more

Visit High Museum of Arts

High Museum of Arts

This museum was founded in 1905 by the Atlanta Art Association and in 1926, the High family gave their home to host the temporary exhibitions of the association. Later they built an annex building, and in 1983, Richard Meyer built a building of 12,500 m 2 which won the Pritzger price for its... Read more

Visit The zoo

The zoo

It was founded in 1889, when a businessman bought a bankrupt circus and gave the animals to the city. The zoo took a long time to develop but is now in full swing. It features 8 themes: The African Rain Forest, Boundless Budgies: A Parakeet (Parakeet) Adventure, Trader's Alley and Carnivore... Read more

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