Atlanta : Centennial Park Area
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Revision as of 03:27, 9 May 2008
The Centennial Park Area is a subdistrict of Downtown Atlanta. The area not only includes the park itself, but also The CNN Center, Phillips Arena, the Georgia Dome, Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Aquarium, World of Coke, and a few other attractions. This area is heavily frequented by tourists as well as local residents.
The MARTA Rail East-West Line stops at the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena/CNN Center Station(W1). The park is also accessible by car from exiting Interstate 75/85 at Andrew Young International or Spring Street exits.
- Centennnial Olympic Park
- CNN Center
- Georgia World Congress Center
- Georgia Aquarium
- World of Coke
- Visit Centennial Park and relax by the man-made river, splash in the Fountain of Rings on a hot summer day or go ice skating at the ice rink in the wintertime, attend a concert, and pay respects to the victims of the 1996 Olympics bombing.
- Enter the CNN Center, walk around the futuristic atrium, take a studio tour, then stop by the gift shops and food court.
- Visit Georgia Aquarium, the world's largest aquarium.
- Visit The World of Coke and try different flavors from around the world.
- Watch a Falcons Game at the Georgia Dome.
- Watch a Thrashers or Hawks game at the Phillips Arena.
- Many souveniers can be purchased in gift shops located in the atrium of the CNN Center.
- Luckie Food Lounge, 375 Luckie St. NW. Across the street from the Georgia Aquarium, this huge new restaurant features seven miles of LED lighting, 2,200 gallons of salt water in three aquariums, a sushi bar, rooftop sky deck, live music stage, and all-day dining from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. American cuisine.