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Amazing Experiences You Can Gift Your New Home Buyer Couple

Atlanta has a lot to offer. This is the case whether you’re traveling with family or with a significant other. If your situation happens to be the latter, then you should appreciate the information provided below. These are the Top 3 Attractions In Atlanta for Couples.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

Inside Fernbank Museum of Natural History, you will find dinosaur skeletons almost everywhere you turn. Therefore, if you appreciate the grandiose size of these pre-historic creatures, then you will enjoy browsing. However, even if you’re not a fan of dinosaurs, you still might enjoy your experience. The Gecko exhibit is even more popular than the dinosaurs. Then there’s the Walk through Time in Georgia exhibit, which is greatly appreciated by those who hail from Georgia. If you want a hands-on experience, visit the Sensing Nature exhibit.

If, by chance, none of the above impresses you, then perhaps you will be happy to know that this is one of the few places on earth where you can drink a martini in an IMAX theater. That’s right. If you visit on a Friday night, you can watch Hubble on the IMAX screen and sip your martini for the ultimate relaxation.

Centennial Olympic Park

This downtown Atlanta park is best known for its ice skating rink. While ice skating can be a lot of fun, there is a lot more being offered at Centennial Olympic Park. For instance, in the warmer months, you can enjoy a free concert on the lawn. If there isn’t a concert, you can still find a spot for a picnic and unwind while enjoying views of the Atlanta skyline. The park is 21 acres, so you shouldn’t have much trouble finding an open area. If you feel at ease when near running water, you can sit by the fountains. If you would prefer more adventure, you can bicycle through the park. If you visit in early July, be sure to take advantage of the free 4th of July Celebration. If you visit in December, be sure to take advantage of Holiday in Lights, which will feature a large Christmas tree. Regardless of when you visit, it’s highly recommended that you check out Googie-Burger. This is an on-site walk-up restaurant that serves hamburgers, French fries, chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers, hot dogs and milkshakes.

Mary Mac’s Tea Room

It’s not often that a restaurant qualifies as an attraction, but this is one of those cases. Mary Mac’s Tea Room has been around since 1945. It’s a nostalgic location with old-school décor and true southern hospitality in regards to service. The food is good, not great, but this experience isn’t really about the food. It’s about eating in the old south. Instead of shrimp and lobster like you might in today’s Atlanta, you can order fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, sweet potato soufflé or chicken and dumplings. Also remember to order some cinnamon rolls and sweet tea. This is a popular restaurant, and regardless of the quality of your meal, it’s a place you will always remember visiting. Best of all, you can tell others that you have been to Mary Mac’s Tea Room.


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