Stay Minutes from Atlanta’s Top Things to See and Do
Situated just off I-85, the Country Inn & Suites puts you within easy reach of family-friendly venues like the Georgia Aquarium and iconic destinations like World of Coca-Cola. When the season’s right, an afternoon of thrill rides at Six Flags Over Georgia can be a terrific way to forge cherished family memories. If you’d rather stay indoors, plan for a tour of the CNN Center or squeeze in a little culture at the High Museum of Art. When it’s time to fly out of the ATL airport, take advantage of our free airport shuttle service
.Museums and Zoos:
- Georgia Aquarium (7.4 miles)
Observe colorful undersea animals, including several indigenous critters, at this critically acclaimed aquarium. Kids even have the opportunity to pet a dolphin.
Phone: +1 (404) 581-4000
- High Museum of Art (9.4 miles)
The High Museum of Art’s collection of more than 15,000 works includes American decorative art, European paintings and folk art. The sprawling campus also hosts several rotating exhibits throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (404) 733-4400
- Zoo Atlanta (6.1 miles)
Watch pandas, tigers, monkeys and other fascinating creatures frolic about at this popular zoo, an Atlanta institution since 1899.
Phone: +1 (404) 624-9453
- Lenox Square (10 miles)
Opened in 1959, Lenox Square mall in the heart of Buckhead is home to more than 250 specialty stores like FENDI, Louis Vuitton and Diane von Furstenberg.
Phone: +1 (404) 233-6767
- Phipps Plaza (10 miles)
Located in Atlanta’s prestigious Buckhead neighborhood, this shopping center is home to some of the city’s most exquisite stores, such as Tiffany & Co., Versace and Giorgio Armani.
Phone: +1 (404) 262-0992
- Atlanta Botanical Garden (12.1 miles)
Walk among lush foliage and vibrant blooms spread out over 30 acres at this attraction. Numerous gardens and special seasonal events like cocktail parties and concerts provide entertainment for all ages.
Phone: +1 (404) 876-5859
- Centennial Olympic Park (10.8 miles)
This 21-acre public park, established during the 1996 Olympic games, includes walkways, water gardens, picnic areas and the famous Fountain of Rings interactive water feature that displays the Olympic symbol of five interconnected rings.
Phone: +1 (404) 223-4412
- CNN Center (7.1 miles)
Take a 50-minute guided walking tour to explore the inner workings of this pioneering international news provider. Reservations are highly recommended.
Phone: +1 (404) 827-2300
- Six Flags Over Georgia (10 miles)
Pulse-pounding roller coasters like Goliath await thrill-seekers at this family-friendly amusement park, which is home to more than 40 rides.
Phone: +1 (770) 739-3400
- World of Coca-Cola (7.4 miles)
Explore the storied history of this Atlanta-based soft drink company and global icon through various interactive exhibits. Be sure to stop by the tasting room to try more than 100 soda flavors from around the globe.
Phone: +1 (404) 676-5151
Theaters and Convention Centers:
- Fox Theatre (8.2 miles)
Opened in 1929, the Fox hosts live concerts and classic movie showings throughout the year in an old-school “movie palace” setting.
Phone: +1 (404) 881-2100
- Georgia International Convention Center (1.7 miles)
Georgia’s second-largest meeting facility hosts a number of eclectic exhibits, trade shows and other major events throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (770) 997-3566
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