Centennial Olympic Park
Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park

Free admission
265 Park Ave. W. NW, Downtown, Atlanta, Georgia, 30313

The Basics

As one of Atlanta’s most popular open spaces and a hub for downtown attractions, Centennial Olympic Park features in most city sightseeing tours, including bus tours, scavenger hunts, after dark excursions, and Segway tours of Midtown. If you have a special interest in sports, opt for a themed tour, with visits to multiple stadiums and the park. Or use it as a jumping off point to visit nearby Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, and the World of Coca-Cola.

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90-Minute Guided Sightseeing Tour by E-Car or MiniBus
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90-Minute Guided Sightseeing Tour by E-Car or MiniBus
$36.00 per adult
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Great experience with Jamal who was very knowledgeable about the Atlanta area. He was very engaging and made the tour entertaining for our group. We especially enjoyed his stories of the Atlanta film scene with notable productions having taken place in the city. It was a great way to have a quick taste of what Atlanta has to offer.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Pick up more information from the official visitor center on the south end of the park; free Wi-Fi is available.

  • Leashed dogs are welcome in the park, and waste bag stations can be found throughout.

  • There are plenty of nearby restaurants, but consider bringing a picnic lunch to eat on the lawn.

  • Download an audio walking tour for a self-guided tour of the park.

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How to Get There

Centennial Olympic Park is located in downtown Atlanta near a variety of attractions, including the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, and World of Coca-Cola. To get there by train, take the red/gold lines to Peachtree Center station or the blue/green lines to GWCC/CNN station, both about a half-mile from the park (.8 kilometers) for a 10-minute walk. The Atlanta Streetcar also stops at the park.

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When to Get There

The park is open daily throughout the year, and the best time to visit is during one of the four daily Fountain of Rings shows that take place throughout the afternoon and evening. Come in summer when kids (and adults) can play in the fountains.

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Festivals in the Park

Centennial Olympic Park is a hub of activity in Atlanta throughout the year. The green space plays host to a weekly music series, as well as a range of popular festivals, including the Sweetwater420 Festival and Shaky Knees Music Festival. Holiday visitors can skate at the park’s seasonal ice rink.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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