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The capital of the South

Luxury mega-malls, the World of Coca-Cola, and world-class museums are just some of what make Atlanta an attractive travel destination for so many Americans and foreign visitors. Atlanta also offers lesser-known attractions that define the soul of the city, like Victorian buildings and historical landmarks, a rich assortment of skyscrapers, gorgeous parks, and year-round festivals. Atlanta will keep you busy for days, but even those who spend just a few hours here will never forget the pearl of Georgia.

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Georgia Dome

Georgia Dome

Famous Play Where the Pros Play

Play Where the Pros Play Editors' Note

The largest cable-supported domed stadium in the world, Georgia Dome started hosting big sporting events in 1992. The humongous venue has 8 Super Suites, 164 executive suites, the Penthouse Suite and 4,600 club seats. The Dome’s permanent seating capacity is said to be at 71,250.

Georgia Dome is an ideal venue for team Building & scavenger hunts, corporate and client appreciation day, family reunions, graduations, general meeting sessions, religious events, sporting events and concerts. For corporate events, visitors can ask to customize their team logos on the field or advertise using the company logos for other games.

Georgia Dome
One Georgia Dome Drive, 30313-1591 Atlanta
+1 404 2234636
Administrative Offices: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday Ticket Office: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday (Varies on event day)