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Baggage Storage in Atlanta Let’s Visitors See Atlanta’s Many Attractions

Baggage Storage in Atlanta Let’s Visitors See Atlanta’s Many Attractions

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Many travelers need baggage storage in Atlanta because there’s just too many things to do there to simply wait at the airport after an 11 a.m. check out. Or, when the plane arrives early and they cannot access their accommodation until late afternoon, baggage storage in Atlanta keeps visitors from having to drag bags around town all day.

Atlanta, one of the top ten most visited cities in the United States and home of the world’s busiest airport also hosts tons of affordable and fun tourist attractions, most of which are within walking distance from each other. It is ideal for a family vacation or a weekend away with your friends or, to visit after they’ve checked out of their accommodation and before their flight. With the wide range of places to visit and sites to see, you can be sure to find something that strikes your fancy. This article lists down just some of the many tourist attractions in Atlanta that you should definitely visit on your trip to the city.

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2.  Georgia Aquarium

Photo Credits: Georgia Aquarium

The world’s largest public aquarium, Georgia Aquarium is home to more than one hundred thousand animals from around 700 different species which include some exotic and notable ones such as beluga whales, whale sharks, bottlenose dolphins and California Sea Lions. You would have to set aside a whole day in order to fully enjoy the experience of Georgia Aquarium because it doesn’t just have fascinating sea creatures to marvel at but also allows you to interact with them through its programs like the Dolphin Tales show, Gentle Giants program, or Deepo’s Undersea 3D Wonder Show.

3.  World of Coca-Cola

Photo Credits: World of Coca-Cola

Ever wondered what the secret formula to the unique taste of this world-famous fizzy drink is or how the company emerged, evolved and changed through history? At the world of Coca-Cola, you’ll get most, if not all of the answers to your questions. Located in downtown Atlanta, this twenty-acre complex, which is open to public, is a museum showcasing the history of this iconic company. Here you can taste samples of various Coke products from around the world from the ‘Spectacular Fountain’ or the ‘Tastes of the States’ features.

1.  College Football Hall of Fame

Photo Credits: College Football Hall of Fame

If you are a sports fan, watch or appreciate college football, or even if you enjoy a good, interactive, as well as informative museum, then the College Football Hall of Fame is a must see if you are in Atlanta. Strategically located in the middle of the city’s entertainment, sports and tourism district, this interactive museum is sure to leave you feeling awestruck and fascinated. The facility includes a number of college football artifacts and state-of-the-art interactive multimedia exhibits.

4.  High Museum of Art

Photo Credits: High Museum of Art, Atlanta

Also colloquially known as The High, the museum, located on Peachtree Street in Atlanta’s Art District, Midtown, was founded in 1905 as the Atlanta Art Association. It includes more than 15000 pieces of artwork, from across seven collecting areas, some of which include European Art, African Art, modern and contemporary art, and decorative arts and design, to name a few. Renaissance and Baroque paintings and sculptures, Late medieval Italian paintings, Italian Renaissance paintings and the 18th, 19th and 20th century paintings from various famous, as well as some not so well-known artists are at display here.

5.  CNN Center

Photo Credits: CNN Center

The world headquarters of CNN where the main newsrooms and studios for many news channels of CNN are located, is found in downtown Atlanta, right next to the Centennial Olympic Park. It is not just a news channel headquarter, but also includes the Omni Hotel and a large food court which is open to tourists, local businessmen, attendees of the Mercedes Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena as well as those attending the Georgia World Congress Center. A tour around the facility can get you a glimpse of what’s it like in the newsroom of one of the leading news channels in the world and includes demonstrations and visits to the viewing galleries.

6.  Centennial Olympic Park

Photo Credits: Centennial Olympic Park

Originally built by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) for the 1996 Summer Olympics, this twenty one acre public park, located in downtown Atlanta is visited by millions of visitors every year and hosts numerous events such as popular music concerts, independence day concerts, and fireworks displays. The Fountain of Rings is a key feature of the park and is ideal for frolicking in or just cooling off during a concert or on a hot summer day.

7.  Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Photo Credits: Mercedes-Benz Stadium

This multi-purpose, state of the art stadium is home to the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL as well as Atlanta United FC of MLS. Ever since its opening, the stadium has hosted concerts and sporting events, from the high school to the professional level.

Many times it happens that when we are vacationing, we might have to check out early or sometimes, we arrive to our destination way early before the check-in. Dragging your bags around while waiting for hotel check-in or flight can be very cumbersome. Airport lockers, on the other hand, are non-existent these days. If you find yourself in such a situation and don’t know where to go, the Bagij app will get help with your luggage anywhere as well as give you access to some amazing discount vouchers to shop from some of the famous brands in the city.

Enjoy your stay in Atlanta and do share your experiences with us!

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