3 hour city tour
Our 3 Hour Drive-by City Of Atlanta Tour
We offer private one-on-one site seeing tours in Atlanta. We will pick-up you at your home, hotel, the airport or in or outside the State Of Georgia to transport 1 to 10 people in a sedan or 10 passenger stretch limousine to the City Of Atlanta for our 3 hour drive-by chauffeur/guided tour (history and information will be given by your chauffeur/tour guide). If you choose to get out of the limousine to go in anywhere the tour would last longer than 3 hours. The tour is your private one on one guided tour and you may alter it as you wish.
This is a good recommended gift for you and yours, with out-of-town guests as well as if you are by yourself waiting in a hotel room. It may be, you are just looking for entertainment due to a lay over at the Atlanta Airport. It is not uncommon for a family to add a second day to this tour if their group is having a great time. We can begin or end the City Of Atlanta drive-by Tour, anywhere you would like.
Lets’ begin our sample tour at the Atlanta Zoo; located by the Civil War Cyclorama and Museum. Then move on over to Turner Field the Atlanta Braves Museum and Hall of Fame. The original 1996 Olympic Flame Caldron and ruminates of the 1996 Olympic Games opening ceremonies/track and field locations. This overlooks downtown Atlanta beginning at The Georgia Capital Building with Museum, Underground Atlanta Mall. Lots of old ornate buildings to see, Georgia State University, The Martin Luther King Jr. Center National Historic Site (including the tomb of Dr. King and wife) , APEX Museum, The Jimmy Carter Center Museum Library, the deeply Historic Oakland Cemetery, Fernbank Science Center and Museum Of Natural History, Tour Of Atlanta Homes Downtown-Midtown-Buckhead, Celebrity Homes, The Georgia Aquarium, Centennial Olympic Park, World Of Coca-Cola Pavilion, Imagine It! Children’s Museum, The Georgia World Congress Center, Georgia Dome, CNN Studio Tour, Atlanta’s Fox Theater, The Telephone Museum, The Georgia Tech Campus (location of The 1996 Olympic Village as well as where Swim and Diving Competitions were held for the Olympics), Robert C. Williams American Museum of Papermaking, Gone With The Wind author Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta-Visitor Center and Monetary Museum, The Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, The High Museum of Art, The Atlanta Museum Of Contemporary Art, Atlanta College of Art: ACA Gallery and Gallery 100, The Museum Of Design Atlanta, Rhode’s Castle Hall, The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, Center for Puppetry Arts, Atlanta Historic Churches, Georgia Governor’s Mansion, The Atlanta History Center, The Swan House, The Tullie Smith Farm, Celebrity Restaurants, Lenox Mall, Phipps Plazza, The Clubs and Restaurants of Buckhead, Midtown and Downtown Atlanta.
For a 4th hour of “drive-by City Of Atlanta Tour” choose:
Oglethorpe University, Emory University, The Michael C Carlos Museum, Center For Disease Control, DeKalb History Museum, Historic Homes Of Decatur and Decatur Town Square, Agnes Scott College ( all girls college),
The Africa World Museum and Center, The Herndon Home, Clark Atlanta University Collection of African Art, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, The Hammonds House, The Wrens Nest (location where the Uncle Remus stories were written), Salvation Army Southern Historical and Museum, The Teaching Museum South, Delta Air Transport Heritage Museum.
Take a “Gone With The Wind“ ride down to Jonesboro to visit: The Road To Tara Museum and Stately Oaks Plantation (the area just outside of Atlanta where Margret Mitchell originally grew up).