Centennial Olympic Park

Centennial Olympic Park    

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The Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) was established in 1971 to oversee development of an international trade and exhibition center in Atlanta that today is known as the …
The Georgia World Congress Center Authority (GWCCA) was established in 1971 to oversee development of an international trade and exhibition center in Atlanta that today is known as the Georgia World Congress Center. Along with the convention center, GWCCA’s ever-evolving campus spans 220-plus acres and includes Centennial Olympic Park, the lasting legacy of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United and, opening in 2022, GWCCA’s headquarter hotel Signia by Hilton.

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Jun 23, 2024
I absolutely love Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, especially the area around the Olympic Rings. It's one of my favorite spots in the city. The park is beautifully maintained, providing a perfect … Full review by Nazmul H
Jun 14, 2024
Definitely one of the best parks I found while in downtown Atlanta. There was limited stray trash, it didn’t smell like most parks in the area . Full review by RacquelMS
Jun 10, 2024
Centennial Olympic Park is a lovely and bustling downtown park. It's nearby several attractions, but it's also a nice place to take a stroll and do some people-watching. Full review by phvi2617
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Date founded:1996

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Is the park open 24/24? Is it a good place to run?
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It is open from 7am to 7pm daily. There are paths and grass and there is a specific walk which you can also run.
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Answer by Godfrey H · Dec 13, 2022
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How do I find my brick
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They should've sent you a map with the location upon your purchase
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Hi! Can you walk through the Centennial Olympic Park or it is close?
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Sorry, you have to check with the City of Atlanta.
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Where do people park when going here?
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There are two parking ramps Aquarium and Coca Cola, within walking distance. There are parking lots on the street. We didn't see any street parking. All are between 10 and 15 dollars.
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Hoq to find my brick?
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no idea
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