If you’ve got zombies on the brain, a Big Zombie Walking Tour on your next trip to Atlanta is a must. Choose from an Atlanta-based tour operator or head south of the city to Senoia. Both locations offer an inside scoop on all things zombies, the Atlanta film industry and the long-running The Walking Dead.
Step into the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for a low-key walk through presidential history. Unlike other nearby museums, enveloping you in exhibits, the well-paced Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum features a look at Carter's life before, during and after his presidency.
Most Atlanta hikers head to nearby Stone Mountain or the North Georgia Mountains to spend the day on the trail. Or you can stick around and explore a trail peppered with old toys and doll’s heads at the aptly named Doll's Head Trail at Constitution Lakes Park.
Explore Art and Natural History at The Royal Alberta Museum
One of my all-time favorite movies s Night at the Museum. The second movie in the series is called Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian and features scenes from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. I recently visited Washington, D.C., for the first time, so you can bet the museum was a must-see on my list.
The Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine in Kyoto is one of Japan’s greatest architectural wonders. The climb through more than 4,000 Torii gates to the top is a feat attempted by more than 3 million people a year. The vibrant colors and majestic landscape make it a must when visiting the city.