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The Most Interesting Historical Places in Atlanta

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Historical Places in Atlanta

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At Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, see King's childhood home, the church where he and his father pastored, and the final resti
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Cemetery
Oakland Cemetery , Atlanta
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Oakland Cemetery is one of the largest cemetery green spaces, in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S. Founded as Atlanta Cemetery in 1850 on six acres (2.4
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Religious Site
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Newcomers and Atlanta veterans alike can enjoy a comfortable driving tour of Atlanta’s key attractions. A guide chauffeurs a group of five or less around in an eco-friendly electric car to explore neighborhoods including Midtown, Downtown, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park. Enjoy a 15 minute stop at the Martin Luther King Jr National Historical Park, and see other highlights such as Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), World of Coca-Cola Museum, and Centennial Olympic Park . You’ll get an excellent overview of the city’s top sights and historic neighborhoods while learning fun, local facts from your experienced guide.
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Battlefield
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Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park, located in northern Georgia and eastern Tennessee, preserves the sites of two major battl
Battlefield
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Located within the Chattanooga National Military Park, Point Park - Lookout Mountain Battlefields commemorates the Civil War battle fought on

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Where to stay in Atlanta

Most of Atlanta's top hotels cluster in a downtown area with an easy-to-remember name--the Hotel District. The city's political and commercial hub, this area offers quick walking access to most major attractions. Another good area for boutique hotels and rental apartments is the ever-expanding Midtown, with proximity to most of Atlanta's big-name museums and theaters. If you're looking to save some money on accommodations, explore options in the more economical chain hotels outside downtown; from there, you can take the city's public transport to centrally located attractions and activities.
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