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Built for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, this public park offers weekly free concerts, a dancing water fountain for the kids and a memorial quilt in remembrance of the victims of the 1996 Olympic bombing.
All reviews ferris wheel water features water show fountain of rings green space cnn center world of coca cola georgia aquarium splash pad nice walk heart of downtown college football hall of fame civil rights museum other attractions coke museum across the street walk around
On a good day, it is filled with pedestrians walking to the many areas in downtown. Children play in the nice playground and Olympic Rings water fountain synchronized with music playing. Better without electric scooters!
I lived around the park and will do morning stroll here. Make sure there is some light if alone or with another. This is downtown Atlanta. The park was part of 1996 olympics. There is a nice fountain with the Olympic logo.
Our family had a lovely afternoon hanging out in the park. It’s really well-maintained and the bathrooms are very clean by city park standards. There’s two playgrounds for the kids to choose from as well! I went back running the next morning around the park...More
The Georgia Aquarium. The College Football Hall of Fame. Coca-Cola. CNN. All here. But don’t miss a walk in the park itself; a walk to remember. Memorials, fountains, and endlessly fascinating pathways, artistically designed. Well done, Atlanta.
Always love COP, such a fun and festive place to hangout with family and friends centrally located to all of the great Atlanta attractions; also the fountain rings are outstanding and great for the kid in all of us. Enjoy your visit!
Yes, there IS a directory. But it can be difficult to get oriented. It will give you the section to look in. There was construction there when we attended. Take a picture of the directory map and use that to find your... More
Yes, there IS a directory. But it can be difficult to get oriented. It will give you the section to look in. There was construction there when we attended. Take a picture of the directory map and use that to find your section.