Atlanta's history dates back to 1836 when Georgia decided to build a railroad to the U.S. Midwest and a location was chosen to be the line's terminus. The stake marking the founding of "Terminus" was driven into the ground in 1837 and called the Zero Mile Post. Atlanta is known for its diverse musical heritage, its Southern hospitality and its sports teams amongst others. Some places to visit in Atlanta include; Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta Botanical Garden, World of Coca Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, Piedmont Park and several others.
The city’s museums and other historical, cultural and religious centres can be explored for valuable collections and great architectural builds on cultural and historical tours. Visitors will enjoy stunning sights of the city through the best pathways and routes in Atlanta onwalking and biking tours and can tour through the city’s theme parks and amusement, for exciting displays and shows. On food and wine tasting tours in Atlanta, visitors will enjoy different local Atlanta cuisines and delectable wine and will also enjoy other unique tour experiences with numerous tours accessible on Tripindicator.
With convenient airport transfers and other city transports in Atlanta, visitors will enjoy comfortable, stress-free logistics, suitable for both individual and group travels and can visit and explore famous landmarks outside Atlanta on day trips and excursions from the city. These tour activities and several others are available on the tour agency, Tripindicator that specifically selects tours with the best user ratings and reviews and make them available to customers at very affordable prices compared to other leading tour teams.
The Peachtree Trolley is simply the best way to see the sights and get acquainted with the city known as The Capital of the South. The trolley will provide 90 minute fully-narrated tours originating near Centennial Olympic Park and will introduce you to the “Must-Sees” of...Read more
Our small group private tours are the best way to explore Atlanta. While remainning socially distanced from others, the small intimate cars allow you to connect with the driver and get a unique experience on this 90 minute ride. Explore areas of the city not open to the larger buses.
Until further notice, all vehicles will be open air to...Read more
Explore the largest urban development project in the US as we walk existing trails as well as veer off into surrounding neighborhoods to view new urban green spaces, public art and adaptive reuse...Read more
Discover incredible Southern food on a delicious 3.5 hour food tour through historic Downtown Atlanta! Led by a food expert, your tour includes 15 food tastings from 7 locally-owned restaurants as you explore the neighborhood that was at the heart of the Civil Rights Movement. Try Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s favorite fried chicken and eat your...Read more
Delve into the future of Southern cuisine while exploring Atlanta's deep past in this delicious food tour through Victorian Grant Park and Oakland Cemetery. You'll try 9 modern Southern and Southern fusion tastings from 3 locally owned restaurants and food shops on this 2.5-hour small group tour, including a jaunt through Oakland Cemetery, while...Read more
Track the fascinating life of Martin Luther King Jr. in a fast-paced, unforgettable 1.5 hours, that reveals how Atlanta and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood changed the world. This must-experience Atlanta History Tour includes inspiring visits outside Ebenezer Baptist Church, the King Center, and unexpected locations even locals don’t know. We...Read more
When the sun sets, Atlanta nightlife starts heating up. Explore the cities many hip neighborhoods and see how Atlantans have fun! Don't know what to do while visiting Atlanta- We got you covered! We provide luxury comfortable cars for sightseers and party goers. We are one of the only tour companies touring the city at night and we pride...Read more
Eat like a local on this guided, 3.5-hour, walking food tour at Inman Park. Atlanta’s first garden suburb, Inman Park has been on the National Registry of Historic places since 1973. Voted ATL’s best foodie neighborhood by 'Creative Loafing Atlanta,' it’s also home to the Krog Street Market, Victorian homes, and Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside...Read more
Ponce City Market is Atlanta’s coolest destination in the city's hippest neighborhood. Housed in a converted Sears, Roebuck, & Co. building, Ponce City Market is a curated food hall with some of Atlanta’s best restaurants. Along the tour you'll enjoy an award-winning cheeseburger from James Beard Award winner Chef Linton Hopkins and a...Read more
Tour Like a Local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour that follows the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement in...Read more
Experience for yourself the film locations used in one of TV's biggest streaming sensations - Stranger Things. Visit 'Upside' locations in Atlanta and 'Down' sites south of the city in several rural towns used during filming of the hit show.
Highlights Include: • Hawkins Neighborhoods - See homes of the Wheelers, Sinclairs and...Read more
Be treated like a VIP as you tour the city on a private, full-day Atlanta History tour
In addition to following the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement, including the Martin Luther King Historic District, also: • Lunch @ the Sweet Auburn Curb Market (cost not included) ...Read more
Explore the creative spirit in the streets of Atlanta as we discover public art with a focus on murals and street art. Atlanta's street art scene is fluid and ever changing - new walls being painted and old walls being buffed. See the best the city has to offer with an eye toward what's current and new, from international artists to local...Read more
Join us on a fun and informative trek through the historic and commercial heart of Atlanta. The walk provides an overview of influences on the city from Reconstruction to Coca-Cola, Gone With the Wind to the Civil Rights Movement, the Centennial Olympic Games to the film...Read more