Visit the Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park is a 22-section of land open park situated in downtown Atlanta, Georgia claimed and worked by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority. It was worked by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games as a major aspect of the foundation enhancements for the 1996 Summer Olympics. It plays host to a great many guests a year and a few occasions, including a late spring famous music show arrangement and a yearly Independence Day show and firecrackers display.Centennial Olympic Park is the focal point of Atlanta’s Olympic heritage and dynamic midtown amusement area. No excursion to downtown Atlanta is finished without visiting Centennial Olympic Park, a 22-section of land greenspace that fills in as Georgia’s enduring heritage of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

Created as the world’s get-together spot during the Centennial Olympic Games, the Park grapples Atlanta’s midtown diversion and cordiality locale prodding billions of dollars of improvement.

We welcome you to chill in the notable Fountain of Rings, find your memorial block, take a selfie at The Spectacular, skip on the play areas, investigate the Quilt Plazas, wander the nursery and extensive yards, and look at the ongoing remodels intended to improve the guest experience.

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