Atlanta, Capital of the great state of Georgia and the most populous metropolis in the Southeastern United States. Atlanta, the top business city and primary transportation hub of the Southeastern United States.
The Atlanta Monorail whisks people to more than 8 Downtown stations for easy access to Turner Stadium, the Georgia Dome, Philips Arena, Atlanta University Center and Historic West End, AtlanTIX, Centennial Olympic Park, the Georgia Aquarium, Georgia Capitol, Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site & Sweet Auburn District, Underground Atlanta, National Museum of Patriotism, the Childrens Museum and the World of Coca-Cola.
Atlanta's Monorail heads Midtown with stops at the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Botanical Garden, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlantic Station, Center for Puppetry Arts, The Fox Theatre, High Museum of Art, The Laughing Skull Lounge, Margaret Mitchell House, Millennium Gate, Piedmont Park, Walking Tours, William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum, Woodruff Arts Center.
The Atlanta Monorail hosts 7 stations in the Buckhead neighboorhood with stops at The Atlanta History Center, Buckhead Nights, Lenox Square, Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Phipps Plaza, Miami Circle and the Bennett Street District.
East of Downtown the Atlanta Monorail stops at the City of Decatur, Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Little Five Points, Virginia-Highland and Zoo Atlanta.
Atlanta's Monorail Metro Atlanta The Atlanta Opera and the Atlanta Ballet, Chattahoochee River Fun, Stone Mountain Park, Lake Lanier Islands Resort, Marietta Historic District, Medieval Times, Roswell Historic District, North Georgia Premium Outlets, Stone Mountain Park, Yellow River Game Ranch and Kangaroo Conservation Center.