For your own personal Civil War experience, the Atlanta Cyclorama will travel back in time. The Cyclorama is a painting; at 42 feet tall and 358 feet in circumference, it's said to be the world's largest painting - but we'll let you be the judge. See the story of the Battle of Atlanta as depicted by this beautiful portrait of war. This historic painting is located in the city's Grant Park, where you can learn even more about the Civil War by visiting the Civil War Museum.
Raid the racks at "Atlanta's favorite indoor flea market," the Buford Highway Flea Market. When you plan a shopping trip to this flea market, you'll have the chance to explore over 260 vendor booths, selling everything from clothing and accessories, to fresh produce and art.
If you were ever a Cabbage Patch Kids fanatic, revisit your childhood at the Babyland General Hospital - the birthplace of the Cabbage Patch Kid dolls. This toyland sits on 650 beautifully landscaped acres, and you'll find that the hospital is housed in a gorgeous Southern-style home. When you visit here, you'll get to see a Cabbage Patch doll being made and then have the opportunity to take it home to add to your collection. It's a heart warming attraction for young and old.
Check out a piece of urban Atlanta's history by visiting The English-American Building, more widely known as the Flatiron Building. The building is located in the downtown business district and was built in 1897, making it the city's oldest standing skyscraper. The exterior of the Flatiron is mostly original, though the interior has been widely remodeled. If you're into history and architecture, then you'll definitely want to see this historic building.
Get up-close to some wild animals at the Yellow River Game Ranch. Plenty of nature's creatures and photo opportunities await you here, where you will see deer, bears, cougars, goats, bunnies, buffalo, sheep and more. While you're hanging out at the ranch, you'll get to feed baby animals and see bears stand up for special treats.