Get the Atlanta CityPass and Save, Flickr: Sebastian Bergmann

Come See a Giant Panda!

Okay. So you've booked your cheap flights to Atlanta and you're ready to soak up all that southern hospitality and sunny weather that this grand old city is so famous for. But how best to go about and make sure you're spending your money wisely? A smart way to save while checking out some of Atlanta's most visited attractions is to get the CityPass.

The Atlanta CityPass is a pocket sized booklet containing discount tickets to popular Atlanta destinations as well as directions, a map, plenty of useful info to help plan your visit as well as “enticing details from the pages of National Geographic Traveler.” With the CityPass, you get access to each of the following attractions:

Georgia Aquarium
The world's largest aquarium with the biggest variety of animals on view of any aquarium.

World of Coca-Cola
If there's one thing Atlanta is known for, it's being the birthplace of the most recognized brand on the planet, Coca-Cola. Find out the hard facts about this soft drink here.

Zoo Atlanta
Home to more than 1,500 animals representing over 220 species, Zoo Atlanta has the most gorillas and orangutans of any zoo in the US and is one of only four American zoos where you can see giant pandas.

Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour
The Inside CNN Atlanta Studio Tour offers a behind the scenes look at how the news is covered at the 24 hour news network headquarters.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History or Atlanta Botanical Garden

Choose between two of Atlanta's best loved places for nature lovers. Tough choice though! Should you say hello to the Fernbank's 123-foot long Argentinosaurus (the largest dinosaur ever classified), or take time to smell the roses at midtown's lush Atlanta Botanical Garden.

High Museum of Art or Atlanta History Center
Another tough choice! Browse the High's well regarded collection of classic and contemporary art housing inside architect Renzo Piano's amazing structure or go back in time to learn about Atlanta's fascinating and often turbulent history? Either way, you win!

Atlanta CityPass also entitles you to these savings:

Two-for-one admission for Atlanta Preservation Historical Walking Tours; discounts and special offers at Lenox Square and Phipps Plaza shopping malls; and an invitation to the Sun Dial revolving rooftop restaurant and bar.

The price for the Atlanta CityPass is $69 (with an estimated value of over $140). For children ages three to 12 the price is $49 (a value of around $110). The passes are valid for nine days from the date you visit your first attraction.

Find out more about the Atlanta CityPass at

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photo: Sebastian Bergmann

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