As a nationally recognized student tour operator, EA Tours specializes in custom designing your tour - your way! Listed on this site are “sample” tour itineraries that you can use as a basis for your tour.
Tour Highlights for
Centennial Olympic Park
Sweet Auburn District
National Historic Site
Atlanta School Trips
Atlanta Tours for Middle School, High School and College Students
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As a nationally recognized student tour operator, EA Tours specializes in custom designing your tour - your way! Listed on this
site are sample tour itineraries that you can use as a basis for your tour.
DAY 1: This morning you will depart your hometown and travel (bus/fly) to Atlanta, Georgia. Following arrival and hotel check-in,
you will travel to the New World of Coca-Cola. You will learn the history behind this famous drink through fascinating exhibits, a
4-D theatre, and a fully functioning bottling station. After lunch, you will continue on to the Centennial Olympic Park. This park was the
world's gathering place during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. This afternoon you will also see how a newsroom operates
at the CNN Atlanta Studio.
DAY 2: After breakfast at your hotel, you will visit the Sweet Auburn district which is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This National Historic Site includes a visitor centre depicting the story of Dr. King, the Civil Rights Movement, his restored birth
home, and his burial site. Afterward you will visit the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum. The library includes a replica of the Oval
Office and Jimmy Carter's Nobel Peace Prize. After lunch, your afternoon will focus on a tour of the Margaret Mitchell House and
Museum. This is the location where Margaret Mitchell wrote the famous story "Gone with the Wind." You will also visit the movie
museum which explains the making of this film and visitors can actually see an original doorway used on the movie set. After dinner,
you will return to the hotel for a relaxing evening.
DAY 3: Today is dedicated to Stone Mountain Park. Carved on the world's largest piece of exposed granite are the faces of
Confederate heroes Robert E. Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson and Jefferson Davis. Also in the park is an antebellum plantation, comprised
of original buildings built between 1790 and 1845, and a representation of an authentic, pre-Civil War Georgia plantation.
You can explore activities like the Tree House Challenge and experience daily life in the 1870's Georgia replica town of Crossroads
(which includes a 4-D theatre). The Great Barn is a large building with interactive games and a sky lift to the top of the
mountain. Before leaving this park, the group will have an opportunity to watch the world's largest laser show featuring a beautiful
DAY 4: This morning takes you for a visit to the Atlanta History Centre and its exhibits show-casing the area's history. You will
also enjoy the historic Tullie Smith House and the Swan House mansion. In the evening you will depart Atlanta, Georgia for home
taking with you unforgettable memories of your incredible journey.
** Please remember, this itinerary is simply a sampling of what is available.
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