The Trap Music Museum is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Inside, a reconstructed bodega greets visitors with 25 cent candies and pickled pigs feet before leading them through a tour of the gritty world of Trap.
Whether you're in the mood for a steaming bowl of pho, deep dish Detroit-style pizza (yes, in Atlanta) or a decadent, juicy burger, here are the 13 local foods you need to eat while visiting the Peach State's capital city.
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has a robust food and beverage concessions program, with some 150 and beverage locations. Now the dining selection features full-service national restaurants, as well as local favorites serving up delicious food.
There's no shortage of things to do in Atlanta. Wander through downtown's Centennial Olympic Park and tour the World of Coca-Cola, where you can sip sodas from around the globe, before taking a ride on the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel.
Atlanta History Center raised $35 million for a new building to house the Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama on the Center's campus. There, restored to its original size (the deleted sections have been recreated from artists’ studies and 1886 photographs) and accompanied by the 1930s sculptural diorama, the painting has returned to public view.
Established in 1913, Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization for the city and serves to favorably impact Atlanta's economy through conventions and tourism.