Things to Do, See, and Eat in Atlanta

If you find yourself with some free time while at the conference, here are some great things that Atlanta has to offer!

Cultural Centers, Museums, etc…

Georgia Aquarium:  1.5 miles from conference

High Museum of Art: 2.6 miles from conference

  • The High Museum of Art is currently featuring Daniel Arsham’s Hourglass exhibit from his “Fictional Archaeologies” series envisioning artistic renderings of modern material culture from future perspectives.

The King Center:  0.8 miles from conference

Museum of Civil and Human Rights: 1.5 miles from conference (next to Georgia Aquarium)

Atlanta Zoo: 2 miles from conference

Take a stroll through Historic Oakland Cemetery: 0.6 miles from conference

Fernbank Museum of Natural History:  4.5 miles from conference

Food

Quick Bites, Dinners, and Drinks Close-by:

Our suggestions for lunch, dinner, or drinks are in green (food) and purple (drinks), and the Blue Star points you to the homebase for the CAAs, the GSU Student Center:

To see a list of locations, click on the icon at the top left of the map.  To open this in Google maps, click on the icon of the square at the top right of the map.

 

 

Other Great Atlanta Dining Ideas:

http://www.atlanta.net/Blog/13-Iconic-Restaurants-in-Atlanta/

Experience a world of cuisine on Buford Highway, located north of downtown.

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