Best Rainy Day Activities In Atlanta

Best Rainy Day Activities In Atlanta

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Rain won't dampen a trip to Atlanta. You'll find plenty of things to do indoors at these places on a rainy day.

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    At approximately noon on Jan 15, 1929, Martin Luther King Jr was born in an upstairs bedroom at this home and lived here until he was 12 years old. Visit the King Center to schedule a Ranger led tour. -- Oakland Cemetery via Foursquare
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    What a great idea - high end bowling alley who would have ever thought that would work. Food and service was great! -- C McP via Foursquare
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    The exhibits are wonderful in this museum. Take your time to read all of the history. The sit-in counter experience is a must. Don't forget to head downstairs to see the MLK artifacts. -- Dan via Foursquare
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    Atlanta's only surviving drive-in movie theater, it's been entertaining movie fans since 1949 & shows double-feature first run movies. The theater also features a flea market which is open on weekends -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Best memory here: my friend turned on Streetlight Manifesto's Point/Counterpoint on the jukebox. The whole bar started singing. Good drinks, good music, good games. Nothing better. -- Sarah Giarratana via Foursquare
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    In 1974, Mayor Marynard Jackson (OC resident) refused to sign the paperwork needed to demolish the Fox and on July 10th of that year held the first "Save the Fox" meeting at Herren's restaurant. -- Oakland Cemetery via Foursquare
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    Walk into an exact replica of the Oval Office, see state gifts & special exhibits, & trace President Carter's life from his 6th grade reportcard to the actual Nobel Peace Prize awarded to him in 2002. -- Atlanta via Foursquare
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    You can validate 2 hours off your parking right before you exit the cinema to head downstairs. Just look for people qeueing up near the exits at a time stamping machine. -- Luis G via Foursquare
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    Hark, y'all! In 1995, The Atlanta Shakespeare Company was the first American company to perform on the stage of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, England. -- Scoutmob via Foursquare
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    Support a historic theatre and benefit the Plaza Theatre Foundation each time you buy a movie ticket or make a purchase. -- Carl Black via Foursquare
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    Don’t miss the adjacent Gone with the Wind Museum, filled with memorabilia from the movie, including Scarlett's bengaline honeymoon gown and the front door to Tara. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Most of the movies here are foreign or independent. A good place to go check out movies that aren't in the mainstream circuit. -- Mike Albuquerque via Foursquare
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