Stone Mountain Georgia, One of the Trips are Quite Popular for Many Tourists on Atlanta Day Trips

Stone Mountain Georgia is one of the trips are quite popular for many tourists on Atlanta day trips, both local and foreign tourists. This place is located about 15 miles east of downtown, some people come because they attracted the curiosity of the dome of quartz monzonite, and Stone Mountain rises 825 feet from Stone Mountain Park. In addition to the world’s largest relief sculpture. If you are a fan of outdoor activities such as hiking, here you will get that opportunity, visitors can choose between 5 lanes, including the popular Walk 1-mile trail up the peak. If you want a short trip, you can also use the Skyride cable, this is where you will enjoy the amazing views of some of Atlanta and the surrounding mountains, including Kennesaw Mountain, and the Appalachian Mountains in the distance.

You can also observe Confederate Memorial Carving, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, gracing the side of Stone Mountain, and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. In this place there is also a museum featuring historical significance of Stone Mountain of Georgia, where visitors will get a few lessons about the history and geology of the mountain and the surrounding area, such as Antebellum plantation tours and open-air farm museum. If you visit with family and children, the best way to explore the area around is to use the Scenic Railroad, Climb aboard the diesel locomotive with an open air car, and ride around 5 km from the mountain railroad in standard sizes, in addition, you can also sail Stone Mountain Lake on the Scarlett O’Hara, a reproduction of the Mississippi river side-wheel boat.

Challenge your friends and family to Adventure miniature golf Great Locomotive Chase or Skyhike ropes course. Children will enjoy playing, climbing equipment, trampolines, and the super slide at the Great Warehouse. Reserve a spot early to see the popular Lasershow Spectacular at the summer night. One of the most popular things for kids to do in Atlanta was to visit the park during the holidays when the park was turned into a winter wonderland for the great festival of Christmas.

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