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Thank you so much. All of us attending the trip to Atlanta have been singing your praises since our return!! Everything was so organized and personable. We had a great visit and your Son Tours staff were the greatest hosts a group could ever have!! Thank you so much!

Rachel S.,
Ray D. Molo School

I want to thank you for leading such an excellent tour! I felt that this has been the best tour experience our students have enjoyed in years. How refreshing to deal with professionals who plan well and see service as their primary goal. You truly did all you promised to do and renewed my faith in touring.

Bethlehem Lutheran School

Thank you for making my job as group leader so easy! The care which you took in planning our activities and in arranging our lodging and meals was clearly evident. The parents were impressed with the quality of your work. I look forward to traveling with you again.

Pam N.,
Andrew Jackson Middle School

We thank our Son Tours escort who took the time to stand in line for tickets so we did not have to. Thanks for always being one step ahead of us so the tour went smoothly. And thanks for making sure everything was perfect. The care and professionalism you and your staff have shown us, indicates what a top-notched company you have.

Barbara B.,
Marion County School

Atlanta, a historical and yet very contemporary city, is the heart of the South and home of famous ‘Gone with the Wind’ author, Margaret Mitchell.

The city’s newest addition is the Georgia Aquarium, the world’s largest. With 8 million gallons of fresh and marine water, and more than 100,000 animals representing 500 species from around the globe, your students are sure to see things they’ve never seen before!

Atlanta, site of the 1996 Summer Olympics, has a magnificent 21-acre Olympic Park featuring the eyecatching Fountain of Rings and various artworks which you can visit after your CNN tour.

Steeped in the history of the South, Atlanta’s historic sights offer visitors a trip back in time. Visit Stone Mountain Park and let your students use up some energy climbing Stone Mountain, or visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.

Atlanta’s Fernbank Science Center, offers students the opportunity to view a star show at the planetarium or take a stroll through the Atlanta Zoo and watch handlers feed the Giant Pandas.

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  Day One – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Atlanta  
  Time Activity Notes  
  AM Arrival into Atlanta    
    Meet Son Tours staff member
and guide
Introductory Tour of Atlanta
  10:00a CNN Studios Tour    
  12:00p Lunch at the CNN Center at own expense    
    Visit Centennial Olympic Park    
  2:00p Sky ride at Stone Mountain    
    Free time at Stone Mountain    
  7:00p Dinner at Stone Mountain    
  8:30p Laser Show at Stone Mountain
if available during your timeframe of visit
  10:00p Check-in at hotel/Security arrives    


  Day Two – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Atlanta  
  Time Activity Notes  
  7:30a Hot breakfast at convenient
  9:00a Meet guide at Cyclorama    
  9:30a Cyclorama    
    Atlanta Zoo    
  12:00p Lunch at the Varsity at own expense    
  1:30p Tour of the Capitol Building    
  3:30p High Museum of Art    
    Guide Departs    
  6:00p Dinner at Mall ($8 cash allotment)    
    Shopping at Lenox Mall    
  8:00p Return to hotel    
  10:00p Security arrives    


  Day Three – Itinerary for 3 Day / 2 Night Student Tour of Atlanta  
  Time Activity Notes  
  7:30a Check out of hotel    
  8:30a Hot breakfast at convenient
  9:30a Martin Luther King Center Ebenezer
Baptist Church Martin Luther King’s Gravesite
  12:30p Lunch and free time in Atlanta Underground at
own expense
  3:00p World of Coke    
  6:00p Dinner at Old Country Buffet    
  PM Depart for travel home    

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