Traveler’s Tips for Atlanta

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If you’re in Atlanta, you might be wondering what to do in Atlanta. It’s such a busy city—there’s so much to see, so much to do, so much good food. Luckily, On Air Parking has got you covered with some recommendations that are sure to delight.


Starting off with attractions, let’s see what Atlanta has to offer.

Atlanta Beltline

The first on our list has to be the 22-mile long trail that loops the city, connecting a variety of neighborhoods. This trail is a true showcase as to why Atlanta is oftentimes called the City in the Forest. Artwork always changes, and it’s home to a ton of unique shops, lively bars, and shopping spots.

Atlanta History Center

The Atlanta History Center was founded in 1926, and is an all-inclusive, 33-acre destination. It has one of the Southeast’s largest history museums, including the 1928 Swan House, the Kenan Research Center, the Grand Overlook event space, and a museum shop along with acres of historic gardens and trails. Admission for adults (13-64) is $24, seniors (65+) enter for $20, and students (13+ with valid student ID) enter for $20. Youth (4-12) enter for $10, and children 0-3 enter free.

Georgia Aquarium

Of course we had to put the Georgia Aquarium on our list. It houses over 10 million gallons of water, offering you unique views of both fresh and saltwater fish. You can do animal encounters, swims & dives, view shows & presentations, and engage in other experiences, along with looking at galleries such as Aquanaut Adventure, Cold Water Quest, and SHARKS, Predators of the Deep. General admission tickets start at $39.99, or you can purchase a membership starting at $95/year.

Amusement Parks

We have to talk about Atlanta’s amusement parks. Great for a day of family fun, these are sure to be a hit.

Six Flags Over Georgia

Things to do at Six Flags include rides—thrill rides, family rides, water rides, and kids rides—special events, live shows and entertainment, and a host of restaurants, dining options, stores, and shops. Daily tickets start at $50 each, and can be bought online for your ease and convenience.

Stone Mountain Park

This park offers a variety of rides and attractions for visitors of all ages, like their SkyHike, which is an adventure ropes course featuring suspended bridges, balance beams, and more. There’s also their Summit Skyride, which is a cable car that transports visitors to the top of Stone Mountain for amazing views. You can also tour the park on a train ride or take in a 4D movie at the theater. One day admission prices vary wildly, so be sure to check out their admissions online.


Atlanta is an incredible city of diversity and inclusion, and that reflects in their food spots.

The Food Shoppe

Rated 4.6 stars with over 1000 reviews on Google, The Food Shoppe offers traditional Creole dishes and deserts. Breakfast items include a shrimp Creole omelet, bacon and egg sandwich, or Creole potatoes, and soups include their file’ gumbo, or seafood bisque, along with walk and eat bowls like pasta yaya, shrimp and grits, or red beans and rice. You can view their full menu online.

The Vortex

Perhaps one of Atlanta’s best-known restaurants, The Vortex makes itself home in Little Five Points, a smaller neighborhood in Atlanta. The restaurant offers burgers, bar food, and liquor. Food menu items include appetizers like their cheese balls o’ glory, fried pickles of love, or borracho nachos. Vortex burgers include their alpine steakhouse burger, blue shroom, or fat Elvis. You can view their full menus online.

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