6 Accessible Activities in Atlanta

Atlanta is the capital and biggest city in Georgia, known as the peach state. The city itself offers an incredibly diverse range of activities, from music venues to restaurants to landmarks. The warm climate makes it an attractive city to visit all throughout the year. The upcoming weeks will kick off the summer with dozens of festivals of music, arts, and food. Below are 6 accessible activities that will make your trip to Atlanta amazing!

  1. The Coca-Cola Museum
    This museum has several different exhibits teaching about the history, variety, and culture surrounding the famed drink. You can experience the different advertisements and products offered in countries around the world. They also offer an app which can be used to enhance your experience as you tour the museum, offering things from extra facts to unique photo opportunities.
  2. Zoo Atlanta
    This zoo offers an incredible combination of exhibits, activities and research, making it a great place for animal lovers and families. They offer the only LEED Gold-certified reptile and amphibian exhibit in the world, twin pandas born in 2016, animal encounter experiences with more than 1,000 different animals, and one of the largest populations of great apes.
  3. Atlanta Botanical Gardens
    These gardens are home to incredible and unique flowers, gardens, and topiaries. The campus is home to the Fuqua Orchid Center which boasts a rare display of high-elevation orchids, not often seen in that part of the country.
  4. Fernbank Museum of Natural History
    Home to a variety of both permanent and rotating exhibits, the Museum of Natural History offers an incredible range of topics to excite everyone who walks through their doors. Experience and learn about dinosaurs, the environmental and cultural history of Georgia and the world, seashells, and wildlife.
  5. CNN Studio Tours
    Take a tour through the studio of the world’s first 24-hours news network, whose world headquarters are still housed in Atlanta. Join the 300,000 annual visitors in gaining access to the studios and newsrooms used by CNN on a daily basis while learning about the history of the network.
  6. College Football Hall of Fame
    Established in 1951, the Hall of Fame pays tribute to the best players and coaches in the history of college football, only .02% of those eligible make the cut. Ten augmented reality offer information on all of the inductees and 50 interactive exhibits are set up to engage visitors.

With the variety of activities available in Atlanta, it is the perfect place to rent an accessible vehicle from MobilityWorks. During the month of May, we are excited to offer 10% off Accessible Van Rentals * at our Atlanta and Marietta locations. All of our rental vans come equipped with easy-to-use retractable tie-downs and are available for a day or weeks at a time. You also have peace of mind with our 24-hour emergency hotline in case of emergency.

Call today to make a reservation at 1.877.275.4915. Reservations also can be requested online at www.mobilityworks.com/wheelchair-vans-for-rent.