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Six Flags over Georgia

Six Flags over Georgia boasts 100 acres of awesome rides, great shows and thrilling attractions. Thrill seekers prepare to soar with the opening of the Sky Screamer. There are rides for all ages, dining throughout the park and many entertainment options so get the family moving to visit soon. Explore the sister park as well, Six Flags White Water, the South's largest water park.
Variety Playhouse

Variety Playhouse

The Variety Playhouse is a combination theater and nightclub with a variety of shows available. Seating is configured for each show and features a mixture of theater-style seats, tables and chairs and dancing and standing areas. Allshows are general admission.
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The Punchline Comedy Club

The Punchline is positioned as Atlanta’s Number One Comedy Club by any metric measured. It is the longest running, continuously operated and most honored comedy club in Atlanta. In the heart of the Atlanta metro area they have regular shows and handle special events. Plan ahead, reservations are required.
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Center for Puppetry Arts

Exclusively dedicated to sharing the arts of puppetry, Atlanta’s Center for Puppetry Arts is the largest of its kind in the nation. Visitors are immersed in performances, as well as becoming educated on the art while touring the museum.
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Woodruff Arts Center

Giving residence to some of Atlanta’s major art attractions, the Woodruff Arts Center has even undergone expansions of its campus. Renowned venues included on campus are the High Museum of Art, the Alliance Theatre and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
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The Centennial Olympic Park

The Centennial Olympic Park was built for the 1996 Olympics and is now used by the public. Many recreational activities and events take place here, and it is also a great place to relax.
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The Georgia Aquarium

The Georgia Aquarium is the largest indoor aquarium in the world, exhibiting more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. A few examples of what you can see here are beluga whales, great hammerhead sharks and manta rays.
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The New World of Coca-Cola

The museum holds Coca Cola artifacts more than 100-years-old. A visit will also keep the thirst away, as soft drinks are freely available.
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