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  • Make a Splash in the Fountain of Rings

    Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park boasts an estimated 3 million visitors each year. The 21-acre park features family fun and live music many days out of the week. 

    5 Reasons to Visit Centennial Olympic Park

    1. Centennial Park in Atlanta, GA is the remaining legacy of the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. It was built to celebrate the Olympics visit to Georgia as well as revitalize an area of town that had long been forgotten.
    2. Atlanta’s Centennial Park is anchored by the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Center for Civil and Human Rights Museum and the future site of the College Football Hall of Fame.
    3. Music at Noon presents local bands performing mid-day, Wednesday Wind Down features jazz during rush hour and Fourth Saturday Family Fun Day is free and features performers and children's activities.
    4. Take a self-guided audio tour through Centennial Park in Atlanta. It’s packed with history, architecture, quirky trivia and original music. This tour begins and ends at the park’s Visitor Center and is an hour-long loop.
    5. The Fountain of Rings show displays a dancing water show harmonized with pop music, lights and sound effects.

    Insider Tips:
    • Pack a picnic lunch and camp out on the grass of Centennnial Park in Atlanta to refuel in between visiting some of the nearby attractions.
    • Get the best view of the iconic Atlanta park from atop the SkyView ferris wheel.
    • Free wireless Internet access is available in and around the park’s Visitor Center.

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