Your Guide to 5 Unique Atlanta Attractions

While every city has its own distinct character and claim to fame, few compare to Atlanta. Our urban paradise is in a league of its own when it comes to one-of-a-kind activities. We’re even a cut above the rest in terms of top-rated restaurants, fascinating museums, and must-see events. Learn about five unique Atlanta attractions below and explore our free Travel Guide to discover even more! It’s the key to unlocking spectacular experiences throughout the city.

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Ponce City Market

Ponce City Market is far from your average shopping mall. This cultural hub is such a special attraction because it combines a sprawling marketplace, culinary destination, and entertainment venue. You can spend a full day checking out the shops, indulging in local cuisine, and even playing carnival games as you enjoy unparalleled views from the rooftop.

SkyView Atlanta

Whether you’re searching for fun date night ideas or generally fun things to do in Downtown Atlanta, a ride on SkyView Atlanta is a must. This one-of-a-kind Ferris wheel stands 20-stories tall, overlooking Centennial Olympic Park. The 42 climate-controlled gondolas provide a cozy environment for up to six people no matter what the weather is like outside. Plus, the floor-to-ceiling windows will have you in awe for the entire ride. Consider reserving one of the VIP gondolas with glass floors and Ferrari-style seats!

World of Coca-Cola

There are so many unique museums in Atlanta, including the World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place. It’s a fascinating point of interest for Coca-Cola fans, history buffs, and even marketing professionals. Check it out to see how a simple beverage company evolved into an experience enjoyed by people worldwide. Take a picture with the iconic polar bear, view collectibles and antique soda machines, and step inside the vault where they keep the secret recipe. You can even walk upstairs for a unique tasting experience with beverages from around the globe!

Tip: Make it a full day of fascination by visiting the Georgia Aquarium and the Center for Civil and Human Rights nearby!

Centennial Olympic Park

The list of one-of-a-kind attractions isn’t complete without mentioning Centennial Olympic Park. After all, there aren’t many places that have hosted the Olympics! The 1996 Olympics in Atlanta was an especially important event because it was the 100th anniversary of the modern games. Today, you’re welcome to stroll through Centennial Olympic Park and enjoy a piece of history. Save time to check out the water fountains shaped like Olympic rings and the international flags standing tall over the area!

Stonehurst Place

The bed inside the Stedman Suite

Another unique attraction in the city is Stonehurst Place, our elegant inn near all of the best things to do in Midtown Atlanta and the surrounding area. The convenient location isn’t the only reason why Stonehurst Place is such a remarkable destination. Our gorgeous mansion has a history dating back to 1896 when it served as a home for the influential Hinman family. Owner Barb Shadomy later purchased the property and meticulously restored it while preserving most of the original details. Today, it’s home to luxurious rooms and suites, museum-quality artwork, and unbeatable service.

All it takes is one visit to understand why Southern Living readers voted Stonehurst Place the South’s Best Inn of 2019. Book your stay today!