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Georgia Aquarium - Explore the Wonders of the Waters at the world's largest aquarium! With a large selection of programs to check out, with all kinds of under water creatures, everyone will sure be fascinated with what they see.

Six Flags Over Georgia - One of Six Flags' Premiere parks with over 10 extreme rides, even more exciting rides and attractions, as well as Bugs Bunny World, and Thomas Town. This is a don't miss!

World of Coco-Cola - At the World of Coca-Cola, experience the fascinating history of the world's most famous soft drink in a dynamic multimedia attraction featuring a fully-functioning bottling line that produces an 8 oz. glass bottle of Coca-Cola for each and every guest

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Atlanta Jazz Festival - Considered one of the World's greatest Musical Celebrations, this annual jazz event always draws a couple of 100,000 people to listen to many well-known musicians

Pumpkin Festival - Ride the Pumpkin Express Train, compete in the Pumpkin Pie Eating Contests, enjoy fall arts & crafts, pumpkin bowling, the South's Largest Talking Pumpkin Tree and much more

Georgia National Fair - "The Georgia National Fair provides an atmosphere which encourages everyone to walk around, observe, and educate themselves about the varied aspects of agriculture, Georgia’s largest industry," said James E. Sutherland, chairman of the Georgia Agricultural Exposition Authority.

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McKendrick's Steak House - 40's style steak house featuring prime aged beef, chops, and fresh seafood.

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament - Welcome to the 11th century! Just beyond the great doors of our Hall of Arms waits the celebration arena, the heart of each of Medieval Times' nine castles. Below, behold an authentic medieval tournament for the Battle of Champions, with the help of Hollywood-caliber special effects.

Blue Ridge Grill - Located in Buckhead. Signature dishes include grilled Georgia Trout, horseradish crusted grouper, iron skillet-seared mussels and hickory-grilled ribeye.

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