Centennial Olympic Park

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Centennial Olympic Park is a public park in the American city, Atlanta. The park was built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games as a place where locals and visitors to the city could gather to relax and watch the games. It is a green area in the city with well-kept lawns dissected by paths, a notable feature of the park is the Fountain of Rings water fountain. The park is a place where people can go to relax with the added bonus of having a stunning backdrop of some of the city’s skyline.

Getting there

The park is a short walk away from the ‘Peachtree Center’ metro stop which is accessed by the Gold and Red lines. It is also a short walk away from the ‘Luckie at Cone’ tram stop. The 10 and 100 buses stop at the park.

Opening Times and Admission

The park is a public park, it is free to visit at any hour of any day.

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