From museum exhibits to public art to tours of the state capitol, you’ll find plenty of free things to do in Atlanta. Here are half a dozen suggestion of the best free things to do in Atlanta. Centennial Olympic Park If you are visiting Atlanta, I definitely recommend marking this as one of your must-go destinations! Located in the downtown area this lovely 21-acre Park is easily accessible and offers a great walking tour. The Audio Walking Tour (downloadable via a smartphone) provides an opportunity for visitors to experience the Park at their own pace. They can enjoy and learn about Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park, and the continued legacy of the 1996 Olympic Games. The self-guided audio tour through the Park is packed with history, architecture, monuments, Olympic tributes, quirky trivia, original music and interviews. The walking tour begins and ends at the Parks Visitor Center and is an hour long loop. During the summer months kids can be seen playing and splashing around in the fountain of rings (Olympic Logo.) The fountain is computer operated and synchronized with music. There are shows throughout the day (12:30pm, 3:30pm, 6:30pm and 9:00pm). In the winter months, the park has the […]
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