Atlanta Itinerary 7 Days

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7 Days in Atlanta - Perfect 1 Week Guide

Atlanta is the capital of the U.S. state of Georgia and one of the most important cities in the United States. Atlanta’s brush with history is celebrated even today. The city played an important role in 1960s Civil Rights Movement and hence has many sites dedicated to the life and time of many African-American leaders. Atlanta is also home to the headquarters of many big companies like Coca-Cola, CNN, and Delta. Additionally, the world's largest aquarium is also located here. 

7 days in Atlanta are more than enough to explore all the must see, must do, and must visit places in and around the city. Take your time, make a list of the places you want to visit and explore the city at your own pace. Your one-week vacation in Atlanta is going to be nothing short of a glorious trip.

Wondering what to see in 7 days in Atlanta, read on

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Buy the Atlanta CityPASS if you plan on covering the four major attractions of downtown Atlanta.

What to see in Atlanta in 7 days?

Day 1, 2 and 3: Downtown Atlanta

Some of the best things to explore in Atlanta are located in the downtown. You can easily spend a couple of days here exploring many of the capital’s top museums and historical sites. Whether coming here for the first time, or been a regular here, this part of the city has something for everyone. Start your day 1 by visiting the Pemberton Place. Attractions here include GA Aquarium - a popular family destination that displays spectacular underwater life, World of Coca-Cola Museum - world’s largest permanent display of Coke memorabilia, and Centre for Civil and Human Rights – a powerful yet moving museum. In the afternoon, visit the Centennial Olympic Park for some leisure time. Call it a day by visiting the SkyView Atlanta. On the day 2 and 3 of your 7-day Atlanta trip, you can cover many more downtown Atlanta attractions like - Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, The Fox Theatre, College Football Hall of Fame, CNN Studio Tour, Hunger Games Tour, Carter Centre, The Varsity, and The Masquerade.

Day 4 and 5: History and Outdoors

On the following days, explore places that are with 3 to 10 miles of the downtown. On day 4, take it slow. Visit the Atlanta Botanical Garden and Piedmont Park for some soulful time with the nature. In the evening, visit the Beltline. A pedestrian friendly that offers many recreational activities along with great shopping and dining options. Reserve your day 5 for many museums of Atlanta. On this day, visit the Atlanta History Centre, Smith Family Farm at Atlanta History Centre, Swan House at Atlanta History Centre, and the Frankie Allen Park. Alternatively, you can also visit the Zoo Atlanta or the Delta Flight Museum on this day.

Day 6: Adventure

Located at about 11 miles west, the Six Flags Over Georgia is a massive adventure theme park. With 11 roller coasters, three children's areas, and many water and thrill rides. The largest regional theme park in the Southeast, this is a great place to hang out with family and friends. Some of the rides that you must try out here are Acrophobia, Batman - The Ride, Carrot Patch, Dahlonega Mine Train, Convoy Grande, Skull Island, and Tsunami Surge. Apart from the many rides and activities, this place has many amazing places to eat and shop at.

Day 7: Head out

On this day, head to Georgia's most-visited attraction – the Stone Mountain Park. Sprawling over 3,200 beautiful acres of land, this park offers a ton of family activities during every season. The park has a Lasershow Spectacular in Mountainvision® (a choreographed light show), the Crossroads area for many live shows, shopping, and dining activities, a Mount Rushmore lookalike with faces of Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and Jefferson Davis carved into it, and many attractions adventure rides. This park is located at 20 miles east of downtown Atlanta and you can easily spend an entire day at this park.

Travel tips for visiting Atlanta with family and friends

Travel tips:

Avoid staying in the downtown. Rather explore the many neighborhoods of Atlanta.
Make use of the public transport.

Try out different cuisines at the strip mall central Buford Highway.

Atlanta has many free things to do. Check out the many free parks and museums if traveling on a budget.

Avoid visiting in summers, especially during July – August.

Do not forget to check out the many festivals, concerts, and events.

Tours and Activities in Atlanta for 7 Days

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Best Hotels in Atlanta for 7 Day Trip

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