Since the 1996 Olympics Georgia has grown in population and notoriety, and for good reason. The warm climate that allows for year round fun makes Georgia the perfect travel destination. Until you have experienced Georgia in the spring you haven’t fully experienced all life has to offer. Of course the beautiful fall colors and cool temperatures are a close runner up as the perfect Georgia season. If you decide to visit Georgia there are several must see places and things to do. The top Atlanta attraction is the Georgia Aquarium. Other must see places include Savannah and the coast of Georgia, Helen and the North Georgia Mountains, Stone Mountain, and for some adrenaline pumping fun visit Six Flags.

The Georgia Aquarium is visited by thousands of families each year. Since opening just a few years ago this site has attracted people from all over the world. Billed as the largest aquarium on the planet the Georgia Aquarium near downtown Atlanta is a must see. Visit the Coca-Cola museum next door and taste samples of Coke products sold worldwide. The best time to visit the Aquarium and the Coke museum is during the week because the crowds are so thick on the weekends that it’s difficult to fully enjoy.

Atlanta Zoo – If you love seeing the wild animals in the midst of nature then you can give a try at the Zoo Atlanta. The Zoo has more than 100 animals in it and is the home to giant Pandas. The Zoo’s newest attraction is the Trader’s Alley. It also inspires us for the preservation of wildlife through a unique combination of education and outdoor family fun.

The Center for Puppetry Arts‘ – If you have children to accompany you in your trip to Atlanta then you should definitely visit the center for Puppetry Arts. It provides an entertainment and educational source to the children as well as for the general audience pular Xperimental Puppetry Theater. There’s something for everyone!