애틀랜타에서 유명하면서 관광객이 많이 찾는 곳을 먼저 나열해봅니다 (영사관 자료)

ㅇ Underground Atlanta : 6백만명  www.underground-atlanta.com

ㅇ Stone Mountain : 4백만명  www.stonemountainpark.com

ㅇ Turner Field and Braves Museum : 3.4백만명 www.atlanta.braves.mlb.com

ㅇ Philips Arena : 2.5백만명 www.philipsarena.com

ㅇ Piedmont Park : 2.5백만명 www.piedmontpark.org

ㅇ CNN Center : 2.2백만명 www.cnn.com

ㅇ Centennial Olympic Park : 2백만명 www.centennialpark.com

ㅇ Woodruff Arts Center : 2백만명 www.woodruffcenter.org

ㅇ Georgia Dome : 1.2백만명 www.gadome.com

ㅇ Georgia Aquarium :  www.georgiaaquarium.org


Atlanta hosts a variety of museums on subjects ranging from history to fine arts, natural history, and beverages. Prominent among them are sites honoring Atlanta's participation in the civil rights movement, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site. Other history museums and attractions include the Atlanta History Center; the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum (a huge painting and diorama in-the-round, with a rotating central audience platform, that depicts the Battle of Atlanta in the Civil War); the Carter Center and Presidential Library; historic house museum Rhodes Hall; and the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum.

The arts are represented by several theaters and museums, including the Fox Theatre. The Woodruff Arts Center is home to the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Symphony, and High Museum of Art. The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center is the city's home for challenging contemporary art and education geared toward working artists and collectors of art. Museums geared specifically towards children include the Fernbank Science Center and Imagine It! Atlanta's Children's Museum. The Atlanta Opera, which was founded in 1979 by members of two struggling local companies, is now one of the fastest growing opera companies in the nation and garners attention from audiences around the world.

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Atlanta features the world's largest aquarium, the Georgia Aquarium, which officially opened to the public on November 23, 2005. Adjacent is the new World of Coca-Cola which opened in May 2007, featuring the history of the world famous soft drink brand. Underground Atlanta, a historic shopping and entertainment complex is situated under the streets of downtown Atlanta. Atlantic Station, a huge new urban renewal project on the northwestern edge of Midtown Atlanta, officially opened in October 2005. The Varsity, featured as the world's largest drive-in restaurant, is located in Midtown Atlanta.

piedmont park.jpgPiedmont Park hosts many of Atlanta's festivals and cultural events. Next to the park is the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Zoo Atlanta, with a panda exhibit, is in Grant Park. Just east of the city, Stone Mountain is the largest piece of exposed granite in the world. A few miles west of Atlanta on I-20 is the Six Flags Over Georgia Theme Park.