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.

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4 stars

We needed to kill about an hour after touring World of Coke, before hitting the road, and wandered over to Olympic Park on a 70 degree, overcast day in... Read Full Review

Centennial Olympic park is a historic and great downtown Atlanta park dedicated to the fact that Atalanta hosted the 1996 summer Olympics. Parks is... Read Full Review

This a beautiful park. It's a space of 22 acres and even though it's in downtown Atlanta, it's quiet and peaceful. It was built by the Atlanta Committee for... Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.0 stars Based on 4306 traveler reviews

Remembering the Olympic Games

As an Olympic Games enthusiast, how couldn’t I visit this park? It’s very well-kept and pleasant to walk in. There are also big steles with the names of the athletes which gained medals in the 1996... Read Full Review

Pretty park

We walked by Centennial Park - got a picture in front of the Olympic rings. Located close to restaurants and CNN headquarters. Read Full Review


The park is awesome I saw people relaxing, chasing Pokémon, playing catch, and eating lunch. Very beautiful location right in the heart of the city. One of the most do things when you’re visiting the... Read Full Review

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