Leave Florence for Atlanta at 6:45 • Eat lunch on the way • View Cyclorama • Visit Georgia Aquarium • Leave for Hotel • Eat Supper • Snack in room • Sleep Well! Day 1Atlanta Bound May 1-3, 2006
Civil War Museum • Large Cylindrical Painting • Tells the Story of the Battle Fought in Atlanta in July 1864 • On Display Since 1893 – Longest Running Show in U.S. Day 1Atlanta Cyclorama Click here for information on this historic site.
Day 1Georgia Aquarium • World’s Largest Aquarium • 8 Million Gallons of Fresh & Salt Water • 100,000 + Animals from Around the Globe
Day 1Georgia Aquarium • 5 Galleries • 100 Foot-Long Tunnel • 4-D Theater • 800,000 Gallons Just for Beluga Whales Click for the Georgia Aquarium Web Site
Eat Continental Breakfast • Leave for Martin Luther King Historic Site • Attend the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library • Visit CNN • Eat Lunch • View Fernbank Museum and IMAX Theatre • Eat Supper / Leave for Hotel Day2Atlanta
We’ll visit Martin Luther King’s • Birth Home Museum • Ebenezer Church Museum • Gravesite Day2Martin Luther KingHistoric Site Click here for information on this historic site.
Located on 35 acres • Research facility and a museum • 1/2 million photographs, and hundreds of hours film, audio and video tape • Lunch Break Day2Jimmy Carter Library and Museum Click here for information on this historic site.
Take 50 Minute Tour • View Behind-the-Scenes News Room • See Exhibit Area with 100s of Old News Videos • Watch Special Effects Demonstrations Day2CNN Studios Click here for information on this exciting site.
Museum of Natural History • Dinosaur Bones • Artifacts • Science Interactives Day2Fernbank Museum/ Imax Theatre Click here for information on this historic site.
Continental Breakfast • Stone Mountain Park – Lunch • Leave Atlanta around 4:00 • Dinner on the way • Arrive in Florence between 9:00 and 10:00 Day 3Atlanta
3,200 Acres, 15 Trails • Largest High Relief Sculpture in the World • Plantation Farmyard • Many Exciting Rides • Return to Delmae between 9:00 & 10:00 p.m. Day 3Stone Mountain Click here for information on this historic site.