265 Park Ave W NW, Atlanta, GA 30313


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No trip to downtown Atlanta is complete without a visit to Centennial Olympic Park, a 22 acre greenspace that serves as Georgia's legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.

Today, the Park is a catalyst for Atlanta’s downtown revitalization efforts and anchors a thriving entertainment and hospitality district spurring billions of dollars of economic development.

Cool off in the iconic Fountain of Rings, locate your commemorative brick, take a selfie at The Spectacular, enjoy the playgrounds, gardens, and expansive lawns, and explore the many landmarks and features designed to enhance the visitor experience.

Yelp Reviews

4 stars

Beautiful open park that is free to enter unless they have events. It is right next to the majority of attractions, World of Coca Cola, the aquarium, etc.... Read Full Review

So at first I was pretty upset at our timing around this park. We happened to be in town the weekend of a marathon, so they closed the park while they set... Read Full Review

My family and I had an amazing time exploring Centennial Olympic Park while on our recent trip to Atlanta. From the amazing statues and monuments, to... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.0 stars Based on 4354 traveler reviews

Worth a vist.

Located next to the Aquarium and the World of Coke, it's worth a stroll though. Take a ride on the giant ferris wheel, Great views and a fun, enexpensive ride. Read Full Review

Very nice park downtown Atlanta

You will love a walk through this park. It's located right downtown, has very nice alley, benches, monuments and a great view to the sky wheel. Super close to The World of Coke museum and the Atlanta... Read Full Review


This park is beautiful and very well kept. It includes signs that explain the history of the park. It was interesting to me that the park receives no state funding and is privately owned. Read Full Review

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