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ATLANTA TROLLEY TOUR
- Adult Ages 18+
- Child 17 and Under
Narrated Trolley Tour of Atlanta
Looking for a fun, relaxing, and informative experience of Atlanta? Then you don’t want to miss our narrated trolley tour! This is simply the best way to see the sights and get acquainted with the city known as the ATL, the Big Peach, and the Capital of the South.
The tour starts near Centennial Olympic Park and introduces you to the must-see spots in Atlanta. Learn the history and enjoy the stories and legends of the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, Mercedes Benz Stadium, the Atlanta Beltline, MLK National Park, Midtown Atlanta, Oakland Cemetery, and the fabulous Fox Theater, just to name a few! Book your trolley now!
Please note that our trolley can accommodate up to 26 people.
We recommend purchasing in advance as tours typically sell out.
With 8.5 million gallons of water, the GA Aquarium is the largest in world. Among the many family friendly attractions, is the petting pool for children
The World of Coke offers a thrilling, multi-sensory 4-D theater, a gallery dedicated to Coke and pop culture, and a 7-foot Coca-Cola polar bear. Of course, there is a store featuring Coca-cola products.
Centennial Olympic Park is one of the lasting legacies of the 1996 Olympic Games hosted in Atlanta.
The 21-acre park, which features the Fountain of has become the impetus for widespread efforts to revitalize residential and commercial development in Atlanta.
CNN (Cable News Network) was launched on June 1, 1980 as the world’s first 24-hour television news network. Headquartered here in Atlanta, it was initially available in fewer than two million U. S. homes; today CNN is seen in more than 89 million American homes and over 160 million internationally.
The King Center in the heart of the National Historic Site that includes the birth home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the crypt of Dr. and Mrs. King, and exhibits at Freedom Hall.
Woodruff Arts Center is the largest arts center in the Southeast. It combines four visual and performing arts divisions on one campus. Opened in 1968, the center is home to the Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the High Museum of Art and Young Audiences.
The domed Capitol was designed to resemble the US Capitol to serve as a sign of Atlanta’s new nationalism. Georgia was reaffirming its loyalties to the nation and called Atlanta the “Capital of the New South.
Christmas night, 1929, marked the grand opening of this $3 million dollar U.S. National Historic Landmark, known by many as the “Fabulous Fox”. The cost to attend this opening was 60 cents for adults, 20 cents for children.
During the 1920’s, construction of the concrete “viaducts” elevated the street system one level to permit a better flow of traffic. Merchants moved their operations to the second floor, leaving the old fronts for storage and service thus giving birth to what is now.
Oakland is the oldest cemetery and one of the largest green spaces in Atlanta. In fact, it is one of the oldest historical plots since Sherman burned most of the rest of the city.