Last summer, my friend and I traveled to Atlanta to check out a ballgame at Turner Field and take in the sights at one of the biggest cities in the south. From the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to Olympic Park there are many great attractions throughout Atlanta worth visiting. It’s also worth noting that most of them are wheelchair friendly and can be enjoyed by all. Below we’ve put together a list of our Top 5 Fully Accessible Tourist Attractions in Atlanta:
- The World of Coca-Cola – A tribute to all things Coca-Cola, this museum, located in downtown Atlanta is wheelchair accessible.
- CNN Studio – The CNN Studio provides one-hour wheelchair accessible studio tours at the popular news channel’s headquarters.
- Olympic Park – Centennial Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, is a 21-acre wheelchair friendly park.
- Decatur Square and Virginia Highlands – A popular place to window shop and people watch, this area is “relatively pedestrian and wheelchair friendly compared with other areas of Atlanta.”
- Georgia Aquarium – One of the world’s largest aquariums offers interactive activities for individuals of all ages and abilities.
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