It’s not always easy to appreciate the amazing opportunities in your own hometown. We get busy. Some things seem too touristy. There are plenty of reasons not to explore all the local hotspots. But sometimes it’s nice to have a little look around the amazing sites of Atlanta. And what better way than with a tour! Check out one of these tours of iconic Atlanta institutions for a fun way to be a tourist in your own town. 

Atlanta Movie Tour

Any fan of the big screen knows that Atlanta has become one of the most popular filming locations outside of Hollywood. That means many of the places in your favorite movies and TV shows can be found right here in our city. The Best of Atlanta Tour is the best way to get all the behind the scenes info on the biggest titles in movies. You’ll see filming locations from The Hunger Games, Stranger Things, Jumanji, Black Panther, The Walking Dead, and so much more!

CNN Tour

Ted Turner is one of Atlanta’s most famous and wealthiest residents, with much of that coming from starting the news network CNN. On the CNN Tour, you can experience the path from small cable news experiment to the global news giant it became. CNN was the world’s first network dedicated entirely to news 24/7. You’ll learn the history of CNN and get an inside look at how a CNN news segment is put together and broadcast around the world. 

Atlanta City Pass

With the Atlanta City Pass, you can explore some of the most popular destinations in Atlanta in a self-guided tour. This pass grants you access to the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Zoo Atlanta, the CNN tour mentioned above, and either the Fernbank Museum of Natural History or the College Football Hall of Fame.

Whether you are new to Atlanta or have lived here your whole life, there are so many experiences in our city that are worth having! And a tour is a great way to make the most of them. Try one of these tours for a closer look at what makes Atlanta great!

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