Centennial Olympic Park
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Between CCN Center and the Georgia Aquarium lies this oasis in Downtown Atlanta. Splash in the fountain on a hot day or stroll through our monument to the Greatest Olympic Games ever of 1996.
Downtown Atlanta, close to the coke museum and aquarium. We prefer spending the afternoon in Piedmont park (more trees and grass), but recommend centennial if you’ve never explored it before. Certainly an Atlanta staple with references to the 1996 olympics
City center marked by a ferris wheel. Please be cautious in and around this area. It is a prime area where homeless people hang around and they can often be very forward.
Centennial Olympic park is a 22 acre park in downtown Atlanta representing a legacy of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games. Beautiful to walk around, catch a local concert, or have your children play in the water.
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