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Atlanta is a sprawling metropolis that offers the home-grown World of Coke, and the internationally-renowned High Museum of Art. A new Skywheel towers over the Centennial Olympic Park, where children enjoy water play during the city's long hot summers.
The CNN Tower offers more sky-high views, along with tours of the Cable News Network. The Georgia Aquarium and nearby Grant Park Zoo provide visitors with two different in-depth looks at the animal kingdom. With the area's warm climate, you may favor a stroll in the Atlanta Botanical Gardens or Piedmont Park.
The I-75 North/South corridor travels through the city, making it easy to find downtown exits to the gold-topped Georgia Capitol, and historic sites that commemorate the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. For seasonal adventures, families may want to visit Six Flags Over Georgia on the I-285 perimeter loop. To see Georgia's most extraordinary natural wonder, you can take the perimeter east to Stone Mountain Park, which is open year-round.
The flight from Phoenix to Atlanta is four hours nonstop. When you arrive, you can relax and unwind in the trendy Little Five Points Neighborhood, or you could go upscale in Buckhead. If you are headed for a concert venue, such as the Cobb Performing Arts Center, be sure to purchase tickets in advance.