As Georgia’s capital and a cultural hub for innovation and change, Atlanta has a lot of things to see. Have some free time outside of the conference? Don’t hesitate to check out one of Atlanta’s incredible monuments, parks or attractions. See below for recommendations on what you can SEE in Atlanta next March.

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Atlanta's Black Travel Guide

Atlanta has a strong and progressive history in Black heritage. From Black history to local-owned businesses to the rich warmth that comes with soul food, there is so much to see. Learn more

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Want to get out of the city for a second? With Atlanta being called “The City in the Forest," Atlanta's Botanical Garden has 30 acres of gardens that'll make the city seem miles away. Learn more.

The Georgia Aquarium

With over 10 million gallons of water, Atlanta has the largest aquarium in the nation. Experience wildlife such as whale sharks, beluga whales, manta rays, penguins, sea lions and more. Learn more.

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

With an emphasis on modern education and historical records, this museum represents Atlanta as the home of the American Civil Rights Movement. Here you will experience immersive exhibitions such as the Learn more.

World of Coca Cola

One of the world's favorite soft drinks started in Atlanta: Coca-Cola. Part museum, part tasting facility, learn what it took to develop this international brand. Learn more.

Fernbank Museum

Experience a world of adventure at the Fernbank Museum. From dinosaurs and other artifacts to 75 acres of outdoor nature activities, this museum brings old and new together seamlessly. Learn more.

Zoo Atlanta

The Atlanta Zoo is home to more than 1,000 animals and is one of three zoos in the US to have Giant Pandas. Run don’t walk to see over 200 species of animals from around the world, including their new African Savannah exhibit. Learn more.

Atlanta BeltLine

Let’s talk sustainability! The BeltLine is Atlanta’s sustainable redevelopment project. It is a 1,300-acre network of parks, trails and transit, connecting Atlanta’s neighborhoods together seamlessly. Need to go for a walk? This is where you should be. Learn more.

Atlanta History Center

The Atlanta History Center is 33 acres of land, inclusive for all people. This center houses the History Museum, Swan House, Tullie Smith Farm, The Olympic Games Museum and more! Learn more.

Candler Park

Looking for some good ole recreation? Candler Park is home to a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, basketball courts, a swimming pool and a playground. Not only that but it features many of Atlanta’s festivals. Learn more.

Chik-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame

Are you a college football fan? See the legends from your team memorialized at the College Football Hall of Fame. If you’re a sports fan, this should be your first stop! Learn more.

Georgia State Capitol

The Georgia State Capitol is one of the most impressive buildings in the state. This building functions as a government building but also as a museum. Come to discover Atlanta’s past, present and future. Learn more.

Grant Park

Atlanta’s Grant Park is a peaceful oasis in the middle of downtown. Come to walk, run, or sit and take in the city on over 130 acres of grass. And let’s not forget about the festivals! Grant Park is home to Atlanta’s most famous festivals. Learn more.