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Stone Mountain Park

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Stone Mountain Park

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1000 Robert E. Lee Blvd, Stone Mountain, GA 30083
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Half Day Highlights Driving Tour of Atlanta
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Lonely Planet Experiences: Half Day Highlights Driving Tour of Atlanta

Atlanta is a city rich in stories and storytelling is a distinguishing feature of Southern culture. Speech artistry, beautifully expressed and compelling in content, is endemic: a characteristic of the Georgian love affair with the spoken word, and strong narrative impulse. <br>Atlanta has some colossal names that call the city home, from Martin Luther King and Coca Cola to the world’s busiest airport. Prosperity in Atlanta means an ever-changing skyline throughout Midtown, Downtown, and the outer fringes of the city. <br>On the&#xa0;Half Day Highlights Tour, delve into Atlanta's history and hear the tales that make the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement come alive. Today Asian and Latin American cultures are interfused with the Irish, African-American, German and Austrian immigrants that played a role in the city's early history. The result is a vibrant mix of languages, cuisines, music and cultures that lends this world-class Southern city an exciting, energetic buzz
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831patriciar wrote a review Feb 15
Milwaukee, Wisconsin133 contributions25 helpful votes
we stopped here since my husband had never been here before. was easy to find. we were a little frustrated at the fact that we had to pay and there was nothing open inside the park. we drove around the whole mountain to see the grounds. the park is very clean and kept up. we got out and walked around on our own and r=tried to get closer for a better picture.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Passenger281626 wrote a review Feb 2
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Unfortunately, Most activities were closed, due to COVID, but it was still very beautiful. The only other set back is there are limited, local restaurants.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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TravelBoomerang wrote a review Jan 2021
Kendall, Florida1,675 contributions262 helpful votes
Stone Mountain offers different experiences for different interests. We opted to hike to the top of the mountain and it was one heck of a hike! The view is quite nice from the top. Great workout on the way back to the car.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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AP_Hyd wrote a review Jan 2021
Hyderabad, India63 contributions23 helpful votes
We visited the park on Dec 26th, 2020 as a family. We had a good 5-6 hours in the park. For me Key things 1. Skyride: A must, you can spend some time on the top 2. Scenic Train ride 3. Dinosaur Park 4. Evening lighting - It was more of cartoon show 5. Stone Carving As we went on Christmas there were shows and Christmas tree lights which Kids will surely enjoy One Suggestions to anyone if possible go out of park for food. Food was not up to mark, long lines and cold food One the key demerits of the park is the cost. $33 per Adult is daily pass plus $20 for parking plus $5 per person for Skyride. Somehow I didn't feel it's $100 for 2 Adults and a Kid. I am sure in lesser price we can get some theme park tickets
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Date of experience: December 2020
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acartwr501 wrote a review Jan 2021
Reston, Virginia35 contributions8 helpful votes
This park is way overrated, commercialized and outrageously expensive for what it offers. For a family of three, we had to pay over $100 for tickets and then had to pay $20 to park. The sky tram was broken. We didn't see the toilets that were supposed to be on the way in the walk up the mountain. The restaurant was closed at the top of the mountain and there were no restroom facilities. When we went to the village, there was a huge line with no explanation of what it was for. When we got to the front of the line it was for checking for fever for Covid. If checking temperature is so important, why wasn't there a temperature checker at the base of the mountain when walking about the mountain? There is nothing of interest in the village - not even any good souvenirs. The sculpture on the side of the mountain is deeply stained and rather ugly because of the stain. Our advice is stay away from this outrageously expensive tourist trap.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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