Atlanta Museums and Historic Places Essay

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First off I really think that you should come visit Atlanta someday. It’s one of the biggest southern states in the USA. I have lived in Atlanta over 5 years, absolutely love it. Did you know Atlanta is the birth place of the Great Martin Luther King Jr? Also, Atlanta is known for the largest Aquarium in the US. Another thing that’s very interesting about Atlanta is that they are known for their Coca Cola Company. Now, I mentioned did you know that the Great Martin Luther King Jr. birth place was Atlanta. Well Our Great Martin Luther King Jr. was born in Atlanta, Georgia on January 15, 1929 and he was shot and killed on April 4, 1968 at the age of 39. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most prominent leaders in the African…show more content…
Also had gotten to see the world’s largest fish in the United States which is the whale sharks, no I also got to see those up close. Now can’t leave out those dolphins I gotten to go backstage to the dolphins theater to meet, touch and feed them. The staff are very friendly and helpful .They have this petting tank full of stingrays and hammerhead sharks, it’s mostly for kids my kids love it. It’s also this part in the aquarium that’s my favorite it’s a room that you can sit down and relax watching the fish swimming all around you. It’s really amazon so when you do visit Atlanta make sure you put this as a top place to go. Another thing is that it’s not a hard place to find it’s located next to the Coca Cola Museum. Finally let’s tell you about the Coca Cola Museum. The Coca Cola history began in 1886 when the curiosity of an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, led himself to create a distinctive tasting soft drink that could be sold at a soda fountains. Did you know the first servings of Coca Cola were sold for 5 cents per glass? I know rite awesome wish things still this cheap here in the 20th Century. This might be one of the best corporate museum I have ever visited. The best part about this museum however was the opportunity to try different Coke products from around the world. From my very own experience it’s a good place for me and my kids. Where else could you sample over
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