This charming microbrewery is the oldest operating one in Georgia. Formerly known as Atlanta Brewing Company, Red Brick offers well-received tours and tastings throughout the week. Their core brands of beer include Blonde, Brown, Pale Ale and Porter, as well as some other specialty labels such as Brick Mason (which features the popular "Gorilla Vanilla" porter, aged in Tennessee Whiskey barrels) and Laughing Skull Amber Ale.
3500 Peachtree Road Suite G-1 Atlanta, GA 30326 +1 404 848 9252
Have you ever seen over 2 million Lego bricks under one roof? If the answer is in negative, Legoland is your destination. Enjoy the interactive Lego laser ride, watch the 4D cinema, learn the Lego secrets and see some iconic landmarks in MINILAND. This is a one-stop entertainment destination for all Lego lovers.
1440 Roswell Road Marietta, GA 30062 +1 770 509 3320
The 120 Tavern and Music Hall is for all those who are young at heart, offering good food, an outdoor tiki bar with music hall attached for concerts and live entertainment. Unwind at the sports bar with choice drinks or nosh at the delicious fare, or just head for a beach volley ball game. Still want more, then how about entertaining friends with a karaoke or better still play a poker game for fun! Warm and friendly, you will like the late night bites after a busy day at work with good entertainment awaiting you.
1555 Peachtree Street Northeast Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30309 +1 404 352 8114
Bill Lowe Gallery is the epicenter of contemporary art in the Southern United States. It celebrates the divine connection between art and humanity and its effect on the latter. Featuring unique and thought-provoking masterpieces in a well-lit space, this is an art aficionado's paradise.
130 West Paces Ferry Road Northwest Atlanta, GA 30305 +1 404 814 4000
A photographer's dream come true, the Swan House is one of the most picturesque sights in Atlanta. Take a tour of this historic mansion built in 1928, and also stroll past the beautiful fountains and well-manicured gardens. The location is available for private hire too. This is a perfect place to spend some time in solace.
The King Center was built to commemorate the contributions of the civil rights activist and leader Martin Luther King Jr. The memorabilia and artifacts displayed here give visitors a sneak peak into the life of this eminent personality and his ideologies. Frequented by eager tourists and students, this place provides an interesting and educating experience.
Located at Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site, the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame pays tribute to the extraordinary personalities of the country who strove for equality among people. This renowned landmark was constructed in 2004 and features a promenade that comprises footprints of people like Stevie Wonder, President Jimmy Carter, Rosa Parks and many others. Regarded as a National Historic Site, the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame serves as a worthy reminder of the contributions made by the citizens of the United States.
265 West Park Avenue Atlanta, 30303 +1 805 603 5620
Looking for a way to turn Atlanta into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the amazing race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Atlanta. Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. The adventure begins in the heart of Olympic Centennial Park and takes you on a well designed course among Olympic monuments, through brand name attractions and within an antebellum cemetery. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking and uses the local transit system at one point in the game.
4 Depot Street Glover Park Marietta, GA 30060 +1 770 429 1115/+1 770 794 5506
Marietta Square is the town square and center of all creative and community events. The lush green surroundings, landscaped area and gleaming fountain make for a pleasant sight. It also has a toy train engine playground for kids to enjoy, while parents take a stroll around. However, highlight of the square is the Gazebo, that is an ideal background for your family photographs or wedding video. Evening Concert Series and Brown Bag Concerts, farmers market, public events, weddings and similar events are regularly held here.
Cobb Avenue Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, GA 30144 +1 770 423 6252
One of the premier facilities on the campus of Kennesaw State University, the KSU Convocation Center is an arena that serves various purposes. However, it is used primarily as a basketball arena, and serves as the home ground of the KSU Owls basketball team. The arena can be rented for numerous other purposes, and is also used for concerts and other community events. See the website or call to know more.
This home was constructed in 1883 by local architect Gottfried
L. Norrman. Set against the somewhat incongruous backdrop of Midtown's glass and metal skyline, the High Victorian Queen Ann design is reminiscent of the shingle style popular on the ...
One of the best ways to see a city is
on foot. Expert guides from the Atlanta Preservation Center can help you do just that. Focused on preserving Atlanta's historic treasures, the Center offers tours of key buildings and ...
When building this landmark in 1924, architect Joel Hurt was
careful to keep frills to a minimum, preferring the simple base, shaft and capital design so prevalent in the office buildings of the 1890s. The resulting clarity of design ...