*Attractions

*Attractions

   Atlanta attractions for MARTA riders

 

There's a lot to see and do in Atlanta, and plenty of websites dedicated to telling you ALL about it (including how to get in for free and this interesting viewpoint from the Tamba Bay Times.) Here, we provide OUR favorite places... where locals return time after time. We encourage everybody to get out and enjoy this super city we call home. And to make it even more enjoyable, equip your feet with the perfect shoes... from Abbadabba's, of course!

 

 

Fernbank Museum and Science Center

 

 Atlanta's award-winning Fernbank Museum of Natural History has several notable experiences to offer.  Besides the award-winning exhibits, you can enjoy a Planetarium, and IMAX movies. The REAL tip is to hit Martinis & IMAX (on select Fridays.)  Take on the hard floors in this trek through time with some New Balance kicks your feet will appreciate. 

 

 

   Atlanta's Piedmont Park - Festivals and Fun

 

Atlanta's Piedmont Park is our intown haven for fun and festivals. dating back to the Piedmont Exposition of 1887.  You'll see the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, wander around down the many trails and paths, and splash in the lakes and water areas.  Be prepared for anything the park can throw at you wearing your Chaco sandals.  Getting hungry?  Walk to one of the eateries nearby for well-deserved noshing.

 

 

Martin Luther King Center - near Little 5 Points

 

 

 Your tour of King Center and National Historic Site will take you to  Dr. King's birth home, his crypt, the Eternal Flame, the Freedom Walkway.. and more.  Nearby find the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church and Sweet Auburn neighborhood.  Those hard city sidewalks can be tempered in style with soft-bed sandals from Naot.

 

 

Zoo Atlanta - Willie B's home for decades

 

 You may think you are just visiting Atlanta's world-class Zoo, but you are also in the heart of Grant Park, Atlanta's oldest city park, and the neighborhood of Victorian homes.  You'll travel hard surfaces and soft as you check out the Atlanta Cyclorama and playing fields, so gear up with some Keen street shoes. 

 

 


Centennial Olympic Park rocks DAY and NIGHT

 

Centennial Olympic Park rocks day and night in downtown Atlanta.  Enjoy the colorful water fountains, and the spectacular Skyview Ferris Wheel.   On the north end of the park, the Georgia Aquarium, the Center for Civil and Human Rights,  and the World of Coca-Cola are at your feet.  And for all that walking, you'll want to spoil your feet with walking shoes from Abbadabba's.

 

 


High Museum is Atlanta's biggest

 

If you are interested in the fine arts, visit the Woodruff Arts Center which houses Symphony Hall, the Alliance Theater and the beautiful and modern High Museum For stylin' in comfort at the High, we recommend Cydwoq (pronounced like “sidewalk”) shoes, which are works of art for your feet!

 

 

 

 

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