Update: Friday Daytime Events

Updated: 7 days ago

*UPDATE: Bus #2 will no longer go to Piedmont Park (BeReggae Festival and the Aquatic Center). It will only go to the Martin Luther King Memorial. If you are interested in the BeReggae Festival or Aquatic Center you must find your own transportation.

Hello, Family! There is so much to do in the ATL with so little time! Friday’s activities will include several options. You select the options that most interest your family group! One bus will go to Centennial Olympic Park and the second bus will go to Martin Luther King Memorial.

Below are a few links to popular attractions and their ticket information. You will be responsible for purchasing the tickets online via each website. We will have about three hours to explore.

Bus One

Centennial Park District


World of Coca-Cola

Tickets $15 and up


College Football Hall of Fame

Tickets $20.99 and up


Skyview Atlanta

Tickets $9.75 and up


Atlanta Children’s Museum

Tickets adults and children $19.95


National Center for Civil and Human Rights https://www.civilandhumanrights.

Tickets $15.99 and up


Mercedes Benz Stadium Tour

Adults: $25; Children (3-12; under 3 free); Seniors (65+); Military (with valid ID): $20* *Can only be purchased at the Tour Desk*


Bus Two

Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park

There is no fee to enter Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park. Enjoy your visit!

The Visitor Center, Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, and Freedom Hall are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Birth Home is open for ranger-led tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Fire Station No. 6 is staffed by park volunteers and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. when volunteers are available.


Piedmont Park

Atlanta Reggae In The Park – BeReggae Music & Art Festival

This event is FREE.