Local Attractions

Centennial Olympic Park

Downtown Atlanta is a thriving tourist destination, filled with popular museums, cultural centers, shopping experiences and restaurants. The College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience is in close proximity to many other local attractions in Atlanta. After your visit, be sure to check out these other great things to do in the area:

Georgia World Congress Center
Located in the heart of Downtown Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center is one of the world’s finest convention, sports and entertainment venues. The GWCC is just steps away from the College Football Hall of Fame and hosts conventions, expos and pageants year round.

Centennial Olympic Park
This 21-acre park was the central gathering spot for visitors during the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games, transitioning into a one-of-a-kind park that embraces the legacy of the Olympics and celebrates the city. The park hosts several festivals, events and concerts, and includes a dynamic water fountain that children of all ages can play in. Simply walk across Marietta Street to enter Centennial Olympic Park and visit the Fountain of Rings.

CNN Center
A shopping and dining complex, this also is the headquarters of CNN Studios, offering tours throughout the day for visitors. Walk South on Marietta Street for just a few steps, and you’ll find the CNN Center.

Georgia Aquarium
An entertaining and educational experience for guests of all ages, the Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium and more than 10 million gallons of water. The aquarium is located just two blocks from the College Football Hall of Fame on Baker Street.

World of Coca-Cola
Home to the more than 125-year-old secret formula for Coca-Cola and more than 1,200 Coca-Cola artifacts from around the world, the World of Coca-Cola is a unique Atlanta experience. The World of Coca-Cola is just a few more steps from the Georgia Aquarium on Baker Street in Centennial Olympic Park.

Center for Civil and Human Rights
Continue through Centennial Olympic Park past the Georgia Aquarium and World of Coca-Cola and you’ll reach the Center for Civil and Human Rights, a 42,000-square-foot facility and world class cultural institution dedicated to exploring and honoring the stories of civil and human rights.

Imagine It! Children’s Museum of Atlanta 
Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta provides an environment that sparks imagination and inspires discovery and learning for all children through the power of play. Continue walking through Centennial Olympic Park to find the museum at the corner of Baker Street and Centennial Olympic Park Drive.

Chick-fil-A Home Office Backstage Tour
Experience genuine southern hospitality in a guided cultural tour of America’s #1 chicken restaurant chain. Learn the inspiring story of Chick-fil-A founder, S. Truett Cathy and enjoy our most valued company assets: our hospitable people, delicious food, and the infectious “Eat Mor Chikin” Cows!.