Atlanta may have birthed “Gone with the Wind,” yet today’s big, bustling city is more New South than old.

End-of-Summer Fun

Celebrate the end of summer with your friends and family in Atlanta this Labor Day Weekend! From watching Dragon Con cosplayers in Atlanta’s largest parade, celebrating authors at the AJC Decatur Book Festival, to college football at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, you’ll find Labor Day events for everyone. Dragon Con once again returns to Atlanta and expects to draw nearly 70,000 pop culture, sci-fi loving geeks. And if that doesn’t get you excited, choose from a variety of music and food festivals taking place throughout the city. Explore Atlanta Labor Day Weekend events

This diverse population of more than 5 million residents is decidedly youthful – younger than the U.S. population and more racially diverse. You’re more than likely to meet people who came for a weekend and decided to stay a lifetime.
  Atlanta began as a railroad terminus. It’s still a transportation hub, but with a 21st – century, global approach. Hartsfield – Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the busiest airport in the world with direct, nonstop service to more than 150 U.S. Destinations  –  80 percent of those within a two – hour flight – and more than 75 international destinations in 50 countries. With MARTA located inside the airport, visitors can roll into town without a car.
Centennial Olympic ParkCentennial Olympic Park, the heart of downtown’s tourist hub is marked by playful fountains that draw visitors to its core. (Pictured above). The Atlanta Streetcar glides by carrying passengers on this modern – day trolley. Attractions abound at Pemberton Place with the popular Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca – Cola, and the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Sports fans congregate here to visit the College Football Hall of Fame and to ”Rise Up” for the NFL Falcons at the Georgia Dome, NBA  Hawks and WNBA Dream at Philips Arena, and the MLB Braves at Turner Field.
The city’s rich history comes to life in Sweet Auburn, once the wealthiest black community in America. The area is a mecca for civil rights travelers visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site and Ebenezer Baptist Church.
In Atlanta, chef-run restaurants dish up modern American cuisine in strikingly beautiful spaces. Among the cutting-edge eateries are cozy diners, cafés and bistros. The ethnic mom-and-pop restaurants along Buford Highway offer menus with little English and lots of flavors. Locally-owned craft breweries pepper the city, creating an unofficial brewery trail for visitors to enjoy. Beyond the city’s core, Atlanta’s Intown neighborhoods are packed with personality. Midtown melds in-town glitz with the culture. The Westside has become a magnet for foodies, design enthusiasts and shoppers. Buckhead blends boutiques and galleries with fabulous dining, while Little Five Points lives on the edge of bohemian grunge paired with solid live theatre and music scenes.
Culture permeates throughout Atlanta. Emerging artists and designers pepper the city’s galleries and boutiques. For high-brow options, Atlanta boasts an award-winning symphony, opera and ballet. The city Hosts nationally – acclaimed touring shows and world-class exhibitions. And visitors can catch homegrown talent at numerous local playhouses, theatres and neighborhood music venues.
Atlanta sits at the intersection of Southern charm, creativity and sophistication. It is easy to fall in
love with this beautiful city – its world-class attractions, award-winning dining and hidden wonders – and be inspired by the city’s endless possibilities.


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