FOR U.S. states on this one, you can travel to the following places which we have quoted from page nationalgeographic.com:
1. Atlanta Botanical Garden
Diverse collection of rare plants that used to live in tropical and desert areas contained here. One is the Fuqua Orchid Center. And do not miss the Japanese garden also, water plants, and hydrangeas are located next to Piedmont Park.
More info is on www.atlantabotanicalgarden.org or visit the address 1345 Piedmont Avenue NE.
2. Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum
In this museum there are many paintings that tell the civil war in 1864. Are you interested? Begin to travel up to 800 Cherokee Avenue SE (www.bcaatlanta.com).
3. Atlanta History Center
The museum is located in a large area of ??33 hectares at 130 West Paces Ferry Road NW. Various trees and gardens became the most important part of the Atlanta History Center is filled with artifacts, newspapers, and photographs of ancient war in 1928 and the 19th century.
4. Centennial Olympic Park
Bring a change of clothes so your children can play in the fountain. Because this place previously built for the 1996 Olympics with 251 jets of water facilities that produce bursts of water.
In winter, the Centennial Olympic Park is usually used for ice skating arena, while in summer is music concerts. Tourist info you can see in www.centennialpark.com.
5. World of Coca-Cola
Maybe you often enjoy a cool drink of this. But did you know that Coca-Cola’s main factory is at 121 Baker Street NW, Atlanta. In addition, here too there is a Coke and Georgia Aquarium Museum containing the history of Coke in Atlanta.