Tickets to the Centennial Olympic Park

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About Centennial Olympic Park

The park accepts visitors daily from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.

It is preferable to visit the park in spring or autumn: there will be fewer tourists, and the weather will still be pleasant. Going there in winter is also an option, but the weather might be less hospitable. We recommend visiting the park on weekdays, in the morning, or in the evening to avoid crowds.

Centennial Olympic Park is a public park at the heart of Atlanta close to the Georgia World Congress Center. Built in preparation for the Summer Olympic Games of 1996 in Atlanta, this location remains a must-see tourist attraction and a venue for many events throughout the year. Here are some of the things you can do there:

  • Explore the history of this public park in the Visitor Center. Walk through the park’s history: from a run down and desolate plot of land to its renovation for the Olympic Games and its transformation into the park it is today.
  • Visit the Fountain of Rings Plaza. This area celebrates the park’s role in the Olympic Games of 1996 with the statue of the Olympic RIngs at its center.
  • Walk through the beautiful water gardens. These man-made gardens are intertwined with five Quilt Plazas located within the park. Their beauty and tranquility are a welcome break from the frenzied rhythm of city life.

You can find this park in downtown Atlanta; it’s easy to reach by any type of public transport. The closest metro stations to the park are the Vine City Station and the GWCC/CNN Station.

You can also use Atlanta Streetcar buses to get to the Centennial Olympic Park via the bus stop of the same name.

FAQ about Centennial Olympic Park

There is no entry fee for visiting the park.

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