Atlanta introductory tours give you a chance to experience a few of the city's highlights. Instead of wasting time and gas, and attempting to view the highlights and major attractions in Atlanta on your own, you can see places such as the CNN Center, Olympic Park, and the Underground during an organized tour. This is a driving tour, great for people who are just visiting or those who plan to move to Atlanta. The tour takes you to some of the historic neighborhoods in the city as well.
Are you intrigued by ghosts? The Ghosts Segway Tour will give you the opportunity to hear ghost stories that might make you get goosebumps. You can also ride on a Segeway, which is a fun mode of transportation that still allows you to get a close-up view of the areas on the tour.
This tour takes visitors through Atlanta's financial district. You will also learn about NASCAR's origin. The SoNo tour helps acquaint people with some of the most influential people in Atlanta's history. You will also learn about some of the area's celebrities, like Julia Roberts and author Margaret Mitchell, according to the Atlanta Preservation Center.
This evening tour of Stone Mountain includes dinner. Explore the park and participate in the park's attractions. Ride the skylift up the mountain or hike it. You can also see the spectacular laser show with a view from the park's central lawn.
Currently one of the most visited venues for theater events in Atlanta, the Fox has had a tumultuous history. You will learn about the ups and downs from the Fox's early days. Your guide will point out some of the beautiful points of interest associated with the Fox.
See the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King during this tour, which highlights this neighborhood and the powerful people who lived their. Churches, and points of interest from the Civil Rights Movement are spotlighted during this Atlanta Preservation Center tour.
In Atlanta's historic midtown district, take a walking tour of homes, beginning with an 1883 house, called the Peters house. This Atlanta Preservation Walking Tour is led by a knowledgeable guide who will more in-depth look at the businesses that move in Atlanta. The guide will combine the homes that you see with stories about the people who lived in the area.
Take a tour of one of Atlanta's oldest neighborhoods. The Inman park area has historic homes funded by Coca Cola salesman, Asa Griggs and Ernest Woodruff whose sons led the Coca Cola Company. You can learn about the origins of the various homes and architecture in the area.
Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Ansley Park area was built in the early 1900s. The area has several parks, a golf course and dozens of homes. In this midtown neighborhood, you will see and learn about the architecture during the period in which the homes were built. You can get a listing of some of the homes and notable locations thanks to information from the Ansley Park Civic Association.
The Grant Park area, is a great walking tour in Atlanta, because you can see historical homes and a few modern attractions. Zoo Atlanta, is located in the Grant Park area as well as Grant Mansion, which was built in 1856. Learn history of the area in the tour by the Atlanta Preservation Center.