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Marietta, Georgia Attractions

Marietta, Georgia Things to Do

Find interesting things to do in Georgia located near Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center. The Georgia Aquarium, Marietta Square, Kennesaw Mountain and the Georgia Dome are just a few attractions located near Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center.

Marietta Square -

Marietta Square is the historic center of Marietta, Georgia. Find quaint shops, delicious restaurants, entertainment at Glover Park, historic landmarks and museums such as the Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum, Scarlett on the Square that pays homage to the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel Gone with the Wind.
Georgia Aquarium in Marietta

Georgia Aquarium -

Experience enchantment under the sea at the world's largest aquarium located in the heart of Atlanta. The Georgia Aquarium features thousands of aquatic animals in distinctive marine environments ranging from river banks and coral reefs to open seas. The Georgia Aquarium is also home to the only whale sharks in captivity outside of Asia.

Six Flags White Water Atlanta -

Add thrilling adventures to your summer vacation in Marietta, Georgia. Six Flags White Water, Atlanta, theme park offers exciting things to do for the whole family. Enjoy adrenaline-pumping water slides for kids of all ages, , live entertainment and special events all summer long! Six Flags White Water, Atlanta, is open seasonally.

City Club Marietta -

Enjoy a day on the greens at City Club Marietta golf course located on the grounds at Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center. City Club Marietta offers 18 holes, a pro shop, clubhouse, lessons, driving range, and tournament play. Dress code is enforced.
Marietta Museum - Georgia

Marietta Museum of History -

Located in the historic Kennesaw House in downtown Marietta, the Marietta Museum of History offers an intriguing look at the history of this southern region. The museum's four galleries showcase important historic relics, many of which date back to the Civil War. The museum building served as a hospital and morgue during the war.

Georgia Dome -

Home to the Atlanta Falcons and Georgia State University Panthers, the Georgia Dome is the center of football action in Atlanta. In addition to sports excitement, the Georgia Dome is also a premier venue for concerts and major events. Known as The Dome, the cable-supported stadium is the largest of its kind in the world. Seating capacity at the Georgia Dome is 71,250.

The King Center -

Established by Coretta Scott King, The King Center in Atlanta is the official living memorial to the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Center, located at the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, offers a variety of onsite education programs as well as international programs to advance the teachings of Dr. King.
Phillips Arena, Merietta, Georgia

Phillips Arena -

Phillips Arena in downtown Atlanta is a world-class arena for major concerts, special events and professional sporting events. Phillips Arena is also home to the NBA Atlanta Hawks and WNBA Atlanta Dream basketball teams.

The Strand Theatre -

See movie classics and stage productions at the recently renovated Strand Theatre in Marietta Square. This historic Art Deco theatre opened in the 1930s and operated as a motion picture theater until it closed in the late 1970s. The Strand reopened in 2009 after an extensive renovation. Guests today can enjoy such classic films as Casablanca and Rocky Horror Picture Show, as well as stage productions produced by the Atlanta Lyric Theatre.

The Avenue - West Cobb -

Shop for the styles of the season at The Avenue - West Cobb shopping center. This Marietta shopping center is home to dozens of stores featuring nationally recognized brands, such as Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Gymboree, Gap, Talbots and White House Black Market.
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