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Enjoy a safe-cation at Atlanta Museums with CityPASS

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA – Out with the old and in with the new, this year it’s all about keeping yourself and your loved ones safe while making the best out of your life. Make use of your Atlanta CityPASS and explore five of Atlanta’s attractions for one price.

Georgia Aquarium

225 Baker St. NW / 404-581-4000

Embark on an adventure at Georgia Aquarium as you walk through their seven permanent galleries filled with aquatic animals such as beluga whales, penguins, whale sharks, dolphins, sea otters, and more. You will be in awe of nature’s beauty and also gain a deeper understanding of aquatic ecosystems and life.

Visit their website for more information.

World of Coca-Cola

121 Baker St. NW / 404-676-5151

For Coca-Cola lovers everywhere, this multimedia home is here to show you the behind the scene of the secret recipe, the bottling line, and more than 1,200 exclusive artifacts. You will also be able to watch a 4D movie and taste test more than 60 beverages from around the world.

Go to their website to see more details.

Zoo Atlanta

800 Cherokee Ave. SE / 404-624-9453

Home to more than 1,000 animals, Zoo Atlanta is on a mission to save wildlife through conservation means, education, research, and engaging the general public. The zoo is known for its many nuanced areas that are designed to suit each animals’ natural habitat.

For more information, visit their website here.

The Atlanta CityPASS enables tourists and locals alike to get a one-time admission pass to these three attractions plus two more attractions of their choice including Fernbank Museum of National History, College Football Hall of Fame, and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Visit the CityPASS website for more information on how to purchase and make use of this pass.

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