If your group is looking for an exciting destination with sites that focus on black history, Atlanta, Georgia, has everything you need. We’ve put together this sample itinerary to show you exactly what Atlanta has to offer, from historic landmarks and neighborhoods to studio tours, the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, and sheer fun like the critically acclaimed Zoo Atlanta. Take a look at everything this city has to offer.
Created from an abandoned circus and turned into a world famous zoo, this is Atlanta’s oldest cultural attraction.
African-American Heritage Tour
The African American Heritage Tour is a driving tour of some of Georgia’s most historic neighborhoods, including the Auburn District and the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
CNN Studio Tour CNN Studio Tours
The CNN Studio Tour is a 50-minute behind-the-scenes tour at one of our nation’s most trusted names in news!
Underground Atlanta is popular with Atlanta locals and visitors, this is your one-stop shopping and entertainment neighborhood.
World of Coca Cola World of Coca Cola
The World of Coca Cola explores the complete story – past, present, and future – of the most popular brand in the world!
Antebellum Plantation and Stone Mountain Park
Antebellum Plantation is a historic, customized tour of what was once a home and refuge for early settlers.
Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
In January 1929, one of our nation’s iconic figures was born in Atlanta. Visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site which includes the home and community of a man who helped bring down the barriers of segregation.
The APEX museum was built to give our nation, as well as the world, a better understanding of the African-American culture and how they helped to shape our present day lives.
True Colors Theatre Company
The True Colors Theatre Company is inspiring new generations by bringing the classics back to life!