10 Top Things to do in Atlanta GA attractions | CNN, Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, Fox Theatre

10 Top Things to do in Atlanta GA attractions | CNN, Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, Fox Theatre

hi there I'm Kerry Waldron and welcome to we're your local experts worldwide providing travelers with information on where you are and where you are going here are 10 things we recommend you don't miss in Atlanta number 10 visit the Sea Life at the Georgia Aquarium the world's largest aquarium it is home to more than 1 million animals and 500 different species from dolphins to penguins this is an underwater experience you don't want to miss number 9 enjoy the view from the top of Stone Mountain the one point three mile walk up to the summit is worth the effort on a Hayes free day you can see for 60 miles also stick around for scheduled laser and fireworks shows after sunset looking for less exercise and a show number 8 experience the Fox Theater designed in the late 1920s this opulent historic landmark presents Broadway shows dance performances concerts and a summer movie series number seven go wild at Zoo Atlanta which is home to more than 1,000 residents including zebras kangaroos gorillas giraffes giant pandas and so much more number six fill up with hot dogs french fries fried peach pies and frozen orange drinks at the varsity that's what you'll have at the world's largest drive in 75 years in the making this Atlanta favorite will have you coming back for more number five take in master works at the High Museum of Art which showcases more than 11,000 pieces of art in a stunning light filled space and it's both art collection ranks among the top five in the nation number four catch up on news at CNN a 55 minute guided tour offers behind-the-scenes views of the studios and a glimpse of broadcasting action number three view the dinosaurs at Fernbank Museum of Natural History home to one of the largest dinosaurs ever found along with exhibits ranging from Georgia culture to sciences and history number two watch the fountain of rings at Centennial Olympic Park the world's largest interactive fountain featuring the Olympic ring symbol consists of 251 Jets that shoot 12 to 35 feet in the air and number one ride the exhilarating 85 second glass elevator to the Sun Dial restaurant this restaurant bar and view is 723 feet high at the Westin Peachtree Plaza the tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere where you can enjoy dinner drinks or just take in the sights well thanks for watching subscribe to us on YouTube like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for more information please visit us at we're traveler calm

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0:12 Georgia Aquarium: The world’s largest aquarium is home to tens of thousands of unique marine life including whale sharks, beluga whales, sea otters and, most recently, dolphins. A 4-D movie, cafés and a gift shop are also on site. Guests can enjoy special animal interactions with whale sharks and beluga whales; call for prices; reservations recommended. Su-M 9 am-6 pm, Tu-Sa 9 am-9 pm. Adults $29.95-34.95, seniors $25.95-30.95, children ages 3-12 $23.95-28.95, including dolphin show, 3-D movie and exhibits.

0:30 Stone Mountain: A 3,300-acre park surrounds the world’s largest granite monolith. The park offers trails, golf courses, a skylift, a railroad, miniature golf, campgrounds, a 4-D theater, the Lasershow Spectacular and the newly opened Geyser Towers with suspended rope bridges and net tunnels overlooking a gushing geyser. Adventure Pass: Adults $27, children ages 3-11 $21. Parking $10.

0:48 Fox Theatre: This 1929, lavish movie palace is a showplace of Moorish-Egyptian style. Today it is used for concerts, theatrical productions and movies. Call for a schedule of events. The Atlanta Preservation Center offers year-round tours.

1:02 Zoo Atlanta: Lions, tigers, zebras, giraffes, rhinos and more than 1,500 other animals call the zoo home, but it’s probably best known for its gorilla and giant panda bear exhibits. Also, a children’s petting zoo, train rides, a rock-climbing wall, a playground and a carousel. M-F 9:30 am-5:30 pm, Sa&Su 9:30 am-6:30 pm. Adults $21, seniors $17, children 3-11 $16, 2 and under free.

1:14 The Varsity: The iconic drive-in, the world’s largest, is an essential Atlanta experience. Step up to the 150-ft. counter to order chili dogs, naked dogs, burgers, fries, fried apple pie and FOs (frosted orange drinks).

1:30 High Museum of Art: More than 11,000 works are in the permanent collection, including 19th- and 20th-century American art, decorative arts and folk art. On view are: Kaws: Down Time, through July 29; Picturing New York/Picturing the South, through Sept. 2; Rising Up: Hale Woodruff’s Murals from Talladega College, through Sept. 2; and Revisiting the South: Richard Misrach’s Cancer Alley, through Oct. 7. Tu, W, F&Sa 10 am-5 pm, Th 10 am-8 pm, Su noon-5 pm. Adults $18, seniors and students $15, children 6-17 $11, under 6 free.

1:44 CNN Studio Tour: See the fast-paced newsrooms of CNN’s global headquarters. Guests get a bird’s-eye view of the actual newsroom and a chance to be a weatherman or news anchor. Daily 9 am-5 pm; tours depart approximately every 10 minutes. Adults $15, seniors $14, children $10.

1:56 Fernbank Museum of Natural History: One of the largest natural history museums south of the Smithsonian. The centerpiece is Giants of the Mesozoic, with skeletons of the world’s largest dinosaurs. On special exhibit is The Scoop on Poop, which reveals what we can learn about animals by examining what they leave behind, through Sept. 3. M-Sa 10 am-5 pm, Su noon-5 pm. Adults $17.50, seniors and students $16.50, children ages 3-12 $15.50, 2 and under free; IMAX tickets not included in admission.

2:08 Fountain of Rings: This 21-acre park, with inscribed bricks, the Fountain of Rings and sculptures, is a permanent legacy to the 1996 Olympic games.

2:23 Sun Dial Restaurant: This tri-level complex, including a revolving restaurant, a cocktail lounge and an observatory view level, sits atop the Westin Peachtree Plaza hotel, the tallest hotel in the Western Hemisphere. Live jazz Wednesday and Thursday nights from 6-11 pm.

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Washington DC city guide – Lonely Planet travel video

Washington DC city guide - Lonely Planet travel video

Washington DC commands attention arguably the most politically powerful city on earth it's the capital of the United States and the place where America's future is debated and determined home to over 600,000 residents DC is one of the most pedestrian friendly cities in the United States it's easy to get around and most of the city's attractions are within a few blocks of the Metro the National Mall is the best place to start discovering the city's regal character the nation's front lawn stretches three miles from Capitol Hill all the way to the Potomac River this area is the stage for a series of grand buildings like the Lincoln Memorial in the Washington Monument and is fringed by the great museums that housed the country's history downtown the National Museum of crime and punishment is home to over 100 interactive exhibits exploring the history of crime and its consequences it also houses the studio for the popular television show America's most wanted the stateliness of the White House never fails to impress no matter how many times you've seen it on TV partly because it's a majestic home as well as a national symbol as one of the world's most international cities Washington DC has an eclectic food scene to match no single culture defines its menu though South Americans Asians Ethiopians and Latinos all give it a go try local favorite Ben's Chili Bowl and ask for the mustard and chilli drenched calf smokes DC's meteor smokier version of the hot dog apart from governing the country Washington has nurtured some of America's greatest popular musical talent from Duke Ellington and Jelly Roll Morton to Bo Diddley and Marvin Gaye you can get into the swing of things at Blues Alley in Georgetown the list of jazz greats who have played at the nation's longest-running supper club even puts DC's political power brokers in the shade

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Okie Inventions and Lots of Other Great Things About Oklahoma

Okie Inventions and Lots of Other Great Things About Oklahoma
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most of us have heard about the fact that the parking meter is actually invented right here in Oklahoma as well as the shopping carts but we also know that there's a lot of ingenuity in Oklahoma but this story is going to be about Oklahoma's first and best let's start right here in Guthrie it's the largest contiguous district on the National Register of Historic Places it extends over 1,400 acres 400 city blocks over 2,100 buildings the diversity of Oklahoma's terrain has always been tops with vacationers and with 11 distinct ecoregions it's easy to see why there are world-class Western art museums of course from the national cowboy & western heritage museum to the Gilcrease Museum of Art in Tulsa eighty percent of the world's Western art is found in Oklahoma on display at the Sam noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History in Norman is the oldest painted object in the new world found in Oklahoma it's a ten-thousand-year-old skull of an extinct bison also you'll find the world's largest dinosaur skull as well as the world's largest Apatosaurus speaking of things grand the largest stalker feeder cattle market in the world is at the Oklahoma City Stock Yards you want art deco architecture Tulsa ranks third in the nation with amazing buildings like the Boston Avenue Methodist Church and check out the deco walking tours did you know that there are more driveable miles on route 66 in Oklahoma than in any other state the course is all sorts of fun things to see along the way just the name with you you've got the older blue whale in catoosa you've got the one of my favorites you've got the Round Barn and Arcadia and look look there it is what a coincidence in television isn't amazing how that works we drive by it just as I mentioned it price tower in Bartlesville the only skyscraper designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright want to dig for our glass selenite crystals the only place in the world you can do that is the salt plains national wildlife refuge I'm going to wrap things up by giving you my favorite statistic about Oklahoma we have in fact more man-made lakes in any other state in the country take grand lake for instance it has more miles of shoreline than the coast of California Oklahoma's shoreline totals almost as much as the Atlantic Pacific Gulf and Arctic coast combined out and about with the best of Oklahoma I'm Dino Lalli

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If you’ve lived in Oklahoma for a time, you most certainly have heard that the parking meter (Ca-ching!) and the shopping cart were invented here, so you know that there is a lot of Okie ingenuity going on. But our Dino Lalli likes to point out other features that make Oklahoma such a great place to live… and an outstanding place to visit.