Atlanta City Pass is the top way to discover Atlanta, Ga. With Atlanta CityPASS you can skip long lines and visit five of the best Atlanta Attractions with savings of 45 percent off regular priced tickets.
The best part of all, the price for Atlanta City Pass is still the same for 2012. This makes an already great deal even better. Tourists and locals can now take advantage of the best must-see places in Atlanta at reduced prices. It’s fast, convenient, economical and most of all fun!
Holders of an Atlanta CityPASS booklet are entitled admission to five famous local attractions including the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, and Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour.
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In addition, you can choose from two other attractions: The Fernbank Museum of Natural History or the High Museum of Art, plus Zoo Atlanta or Atlanta History Center.
Also, when you purchase the Atlanta CityPASS booklet online you have nine days to pick and choose which attractions to visit. Cost includes taxes: $69 adults (value $126.28); $49 kids, 3-12 (value $99.60).
Atlanta CityPASS Discount Tickets Price Comparison
Compare the cost of separate admission to each attraction to what you’d pay with CityPASS:
|Attractions||Adult Price||Child (3-12)|
|Georgia Aquarium expedited entry admission, Deepo’s 4-D theater & Quick Dip tour||$54.50||$44.50||Ages 2 & under, free|
|World of Coca-Cola timed-entry admission||$16.00||$12.00||Ages 2 & under, free|
|Inside CNN Studio Tour studio tour admission||$15.00||$10.00||Ages 3 & under, free; ticket required|
|and your choice of|
|High Museum of Art admission & all special exhibits||$18.00||$11.00||Ages 5 & under, free|
|Fernbank Museum of Natural History admission, special exhibits & an IMAX film||$24.61||$20.33||Ages 2 & under, free|
|and your choice of|
|Zoo Atlanta admission and ALL rides wristband||$31.17||$25.77||Ages 2 & under, free|
|Atlanta History Center admission||$16.50||$11.00||Ages 3 & under, free; price includes tax|
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There is much to see and do at this world-class facility located next to Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown Atlanta. Sometimes called the Atlanta Aquarium, the Georgia Aquarium contains over 120,000 animals including whale sharks, jellyfish, penguins, beluga whales, otters, manta rays, sea lions, piranhas, and other exceptional species. It is the largest aquarium in the world!
Watch this YouTube Video and see why the Georgia Aquarium is so popular!
The World of Coca-Cola is conveniently located next to the Georgia Aquarium in Downtown Atlanta. Here you can taste over 70 samples of Coca-Cola from around the globe. Visit the bottling line that produces commemorative 8 oz. Coke or visit the Coca-Cola Store containing the largest collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia on Earth. Other fun spots feature the thrilling 4-D theatre and the Pop Culture Gallery. Experience why Coca-Cola is the most recognized brand in the world!
CNN Atlanta Studio Tour
Inside CNN Atlanta you get a first-hand behind-the-scenes look at the world’s leader in global news. The 55-minute tour offers insight to news and weather gathering and views of CNN and Headline News live broadcasting. The CNN Studio Tour takes place inside the CNN Center next to Centennial Olympic Park. The CNN Tour is an invaluable experience for those interested in the field of journalism and media. Find out why CNN is the world’s most trusted name in news reaching over 2 billion people!
The most famous attraction at Zoo Atlanta is the Giant Pandas. Looking like giant Teddy Bears, Lu Lu, Yang Yang, and their offspring are extremely rare, adorable, and strikingly beautiful. Other endangered species include the Siberian Tiger, Black Rhino, Sumatran Orangutans, Komodo Dragon, and the African Elephants. One of the more interesting exhibits at Zoo Atlanta is the nationally renowned collection of great apes. The lowland gorillas are the largest primate species on earth!
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Discover some of the world’s largest dinosaurs and how life evolved on Earth. Voyage through the swamp, mountains, and coast in “A Walk Through Time in Georgia”. Fernbank Museum is home to the largest movie screen in Atlanta towering 5 stories high. Interactive exhibits such as “Water: H2o=LifeNature” and “Geckos: Tail to Toepads” are constantly ongoing and changing making every visit to this highly-rated Atlanta Museum seem like a new one!
Kids just love the new NatureQuest Exhibit at Fernbank!
High Museum of Art
Upon your first arrival at the High Museum, one can’t help but notice the awe-inspiring, award-winning architecture. It gets even better, the High Museum is the leading art museum in the Southeast and home to over 11,000 permanent pieces of work. The museum is part of the Woodruff Arts Center which is one of the top four performing art centers in the country! The High Museum is the cornerstone of Atlanta’s Arts Community located in Midtown Atlanta.
Atlanta History Center
Located on 33 acres in the heart of Buckhead, the Atlanta History Center contains a plethora of exhibits containing artifacts, videos, interactive components. Here you can trace the history of Atlanta from the railroad frontier to becoming the Capital of the South. Other popular attractions feature the American Civil War, Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones, and the new Centennial Olympic Games Museum. The Museum is also home to the breathtaking Swan House which is one of the most photographed landmarks in Atlanta.
CityPASS now offers tickets to major attractions in other cities including New York, Chicago, Hollywood, Boston, San Fransisco, Seattle, Toronto, Philadelphia, Houston, and Southern California.