Sports Arenas and Event Centers
Enjoy jogging, playgrounds, tennis courts, golf, swimming, equestrian trails and more in this large outdoor park. During the summer months, the park also operates an open air theater, featuring concerts by major bands and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
The Georgia Dome is the home of the Atlanta Falcons and was the the host of Super Bowls XXVIII and XXXIV. The Dome also hosts the SEC Football Championship and the College Football playoffs, as well as series of concerts and other special events.
One of the largest multi-purpose sports and entertainment complexes in the United States, the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC) encompasses more than 90 acres of floor area on multiple levels.
Home of the NBA Atlanta Hawks, Philips Arena also hosts major concerts and traveling special events throughout the year.
Enjoy the last seasons of Turner Field as home of the Atlanta Braves. The Braves are moving to a new stadium north of the city, but Turner Field still offers great summer baseball, as well as concerts and tours.
Atlanta's signature performing and visual arts venue, the Woodruff Arts Center is home of the Alliance Theatre Company, Atlanta College of Art, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and the High Museum of Art.
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