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It’s easy to get caught up in everything college football, but even we’ll admit that there are so many more things to do in Atlanta. If you have the time, hit up some of these nearby sights when you’re in town.

Georgia World Congress Center

A world-renowned convention, sports and entertainment venue located just steps away from the Hall.

CNN Center

The news never stops at the home of CNN Studios, with tours happening all day. Walk South on Marietta Street for just a few steps to find the CNN Center.

World of Coca-Cola

There’s way more than just a secret formula in this amazing dedication to the world’s favorite cola. The World of Coca-Cola is right past the Georgia Aquarium on Baker Street.

Imagine It! Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Give the kids’ imaginations a jolt of creativity through the power of interactive learning. Continue walking through Centennial Olympic Park to find the museum at the corner of Baker Street and Centennial Olympic Park Drive.

Centennial Olympic Park

21 acres of green grass, Atlanta pride and a Fountain of Rings commemorating the 1996 Olympic Games. Simply walk across Marietta Street to enter Centennial Olympic Park.

Georgia Aquarium

Spend a day spying more animals than any other aquarium in over 100 million gallons of water. The aquarium is located two short blocks away on Baker Street.

Center for Civil and Human Rights

Honor the achievements of the civil and human rights movements here and across the globe. Simply head through Centennial Olympic Park and past the World of Coca-Cola.

Chick-fil-A Home Office Backstage Tour

Y’all come on in for a guided tour behind the scenes of America’s #1 chicken restaurant. Head south on I-85 to 5200 Buffington Road.

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