The most populous city in Georgia has a lot of ground to be covered and you will see all Atlanta has to offer.
On this 4 hour driving tour, we’ll highlight:
Georgia’s history, Atlanta’s history, Atlanta’s history in the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement and the Centennial Olympic Games of 1996
State Capitol Building – A symbolic representation of Georgia politics with significant architectural and historical importance.
1996 Olympic Venues – An array of sports venues scattered across the city.
The Fox Theater – A former movie palace, the theater is now a performing arts venue.
MLK Jr. National Historic District – Consisting of several historical buildings that chronicle the American civil rights movement and Dr. Kings life.
Georgia Dome – Primarily the home stadium for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
Martha Mitchell’s Home – writer of the famous book “Gone With The Wind”
The Carter Presidential Center
Atlanta Intown Neighborhoods
So let’s drive on through the past, present, & future of this amazing place we call home and that is also home to not one, but two Nobel Peace Prize Winners. Together we’ll spend a little time riding up & down a few of the 65+ streets called “Peachtree” and make sure the Atlanta City
Our spacious and sleek Chrysler Town & Country van comfortably fits up to 5 people. Larger vehicles may be used depending on necessity.
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