17. The Fox Theatre
The iconic sign on the corner of Peachtree and Ponce is a city treasure in and of itself. Built in 1929, it's survived all sorts of financial brinksmanship and threats of permanent closure, yet continues to host world-class stage shows and movie screenings.
16. Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum
Mr. Peanut’s term in office was only four years, but he’ll always be ATL’s POTUS, and you can’t help but enjoy sitting in the Oval Office replica and checking out memorabilia and photos of this amazingly beautiful man staring at things and posing with rotary phones.
15. Krog Sreet Tunnel
Entering it for the first time feels like the worst idea ever, but with all the amazing, ever-changing graffiti adorning the walls -- legally allowed by the owners and the city -- you feel like you’re moving through a painting, albeit one that is admittedly sketch.
14. Oakland Cemetery
So many dead Confederate soldiers you can walk on!
13. Fernbank Museum of Natural History
The complete skeleton of the largest dinosaur to ever live, Argentinosaurus, is here. It was about 130ft long and 24ft high and wasn't afraid of nothin'! Except unexpected asteroids.
12. The National Center for Civil & Human Rights
A museum that explains humankind’s struggle for equality and justice, the CCHR is a great place to go for insights into what folks went through to get us where we are today, and to remind us of the continued efforts needed to get us to a greater place. Or at least past this current election.