Built for the 1996 summer games, Centennial Olympic Park hosts millions of visitors every year on its wide lawns and walking paths. Many visitors come for concerts at the park's amphitheater, but you'll also want to check out the Fountain of Rings and the Skyview Ferris wheel. Be sure to look down as you walk through the park--the bricks beneath your feet are engraved with messages of people who donated money to build the park. To visit Centennial Olympic Park and get the most from your holiday in Atlanta, create itinerary details personal to you using our Atlanta tour itinerary planning app .
Centennial Olympic Park Reviews
This park is not that big but it is worth seeing. They have these fountains that the children play in and it is so fun to sit on one of the many benches and watch them. They also do the fountains to s... more »
This is a very nice park right in the middle of the city, across from the CNN Center, which is also very interesting. more »
It was a great experience to visit the park. We went in the morning and it was cool breeze there. There were people of all the ages who where running/jogging that they. Everybody was so excited and happy. May be because of the place and environment. It has a good water fountain where you can stand in the middle and take pictures. Avoid drenching yourself while trying to get in the middle and getting out of it. Walkway inside is laid down with bricks with people’s names on it. It was a wonder feeling
Nice small park in the heart of downtown Atlanta. It's a mix of green areas and concrete and I would have honestly expected way more from a place that celebrates such an important historical event. Nothing special in itself, but it serves the purpose of a nice area where to chill out during lunch time if you work in the area
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