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Atlanta World of Coca Cola

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Day 1: Start your fun field trip with a stop at Georgia Aquarium to get hands on with rays and sharks and even scuba dive at the world’s biggest aquarium! Topped off at just over 10 million gallons of water it’s no wonder more than 120,000 animals reside here! Upon entering the aquarium your student group will take a trip to the Georgia Explorer exhibit where the touch tanks await! Next up, the River Scout highlights freshwater creatures and unusually enough, the river for you to observe is overhead! At Dolphin Tales this gallery hosts three dolphin shows each day or you may simply visit the performers when off duty! Cold Water Quest is the polar option World of Coca Colawhile Ocean Voyager focuses on the Barrier Reef. The last exhibit is called Tropical Diver, this one will excite students that love color and variety! With just about 100,000 fish to locate this exhibit could take awhile! The 4D film however won’t let you miss a lick with this giant, interactive screen room! Then, it's off to the World of Coca-Cola to taste the varieties Coca Cola has to offer. Get a student group photo with that living, breathing polar bear mascot as he roams the 60,000 square foot building on his or your way to the 4D film and museum! With over 1200 items in the collection you’ll put the pieces together when you see the action at the bottling line! CNN will send you on a tour of their studios. This will allow your group to see how reporters gather, organize, and present the news with VIP access to the Control Room, Special Effects theater, even the Headline News newsroom where your team will have a commemorative photo taken! 

Day 2: Spend a day on the thrilling rides of Six Flags Over Georgia! Atlanta Six Flags32 rides range from the super screamer Sky Coaster to mellow Monster Mansion. 11 brain scramblers include: Acrophobia, BATMAN: The Ride, Dare Devil Dive, Georgia Cyclone, Goliath, Mind Bender, Ninja, Sky Coasters, SUPERMAN: Ultimate Flight, The Georgia Scorcher and The Great American Scream Machine! Step down to the moderate ratings for: Dahlonega Mine Train, Fiesta Wheel, Gotham City Crime Wave, SkyScreamer and Wile E. Coyote Canyon Blaster! Mild mannered rides include: Carrot Patch, Convoy Grande, Dodge City Bumper Cars, Hanson Cars, Little Aviator, Log Jamboree, Marthasville Railroad Station, Monster Mansion, Rabun Gap Railroad Station, Rockin’ Tug, Santa Maria, The Riverview Carousel, Toro, Toro, Tweety’s Swings, Tweety’s Tree House and Up, Up and Away! Ready for souvenirs? The stores are divided by section and at the exit to Six Flags the staff will even hang onto your goodies for you until it’s time to depart! Hand dipped ice cream at Six Below or Chinese cuisine at Panda Express lead the way to countless dining options on the park grounds!  

Day 3: Stone Mountain Park is the ideal way to end day three of your class field trip where the intoxicating fresh air rolls off of Stone Mountain Lake. Stone Mountain itself is an enormous quartz monzonite dome five miles in circumference at the bottom. The north side of it is carved in the shape of three men: Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis. Trails up the mountain include a 1.3 mile Walk Up Trail, 5 mile Cherokee Trail, 3/4 mile loop Nature Garden Trail and the  double loop Songbird Habitat Trails. The covered bridge of 1892 at Stone Mountain Atlanta Stone Mountainis a fading scene and demands at least one student group photo upon it! A grist mill that was once used to grind grain into a fine flour also rests beside the water where it has been since 1965. A real antique your group has probably never seen (or heard) is called a carillon. This is a percussion instrument composed of tuned metal bars and 732 bells which was donated many years ago after the 1964 World’s Fair in NYC. Now it plays daily in the park and is a fond reminder of times gone by. Other interesting stops in the area include the Confederate Hall and theater where Georgia’s Civil War is documented. A the Antebellum Plantation and Farmyard your student group will comb 19 historic buildings all dating from the 1700s and 1800s. These depict a plantation prior to the Civil War in Georgia and have since added live animals to the farm for your enjoyment! At Sky Hike your party can opt for a ropes adventure course or play it safe at Crossroads which is a recreated 1872 southern town complete with demonstrations, a 4D theater, restaurants and more!