Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta, Georgia

285 International Blvd NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

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Krenda Frushour and 2 other parents have been here

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There is a playground and splash pad where little ones can play. While pets are allowed in the park, they should be kept on a leash at all times.


Address: 285 International Blvd NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

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Phone: 404-223-4412
URL: http://www.centennialpark.com/
Hours: Mon-Sun 7 am - 11 pm
Price: Free

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  • Visited: 2013-05-01
  • Submitted: 2013-07-26 14:27:52.0
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    Big Kids (6-8), Tweens (9-12) and Teens (13+)

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Submitted by: Tom D.

I have been around Atlanta a few times and I would have to say I never really spent any time at Centennial Park. I had no idea how expansive this park was and all the things you can do in this park. Centennial Park...

Submitted by: Nekiba M.

My review is related to the ice skating rink at Centennial Olympic Park.  The skating rink at Centennial is covered outdoor rink.  The price is $7 for admission for 90 minutes and $2 for skate rental.  I've heard so much about ice skating at Centennial but I've never been until today.   I was surprised the rink was smaller than I original thought which was not a problem because I don't skate and it wasn't crowded.  There were a couple of food stands and vending machines located at the skating rink which sold basic snack foods such as hot dogs, popcorn, sodas, and such so be sure you have eaten before coming here.  I was kinda of sad the hot chocolate was sold in a vending machine because I really wanted a re...

Submitted by: Teri D.

We had a ball here!  Right behind our hotel so we walked in, out, through many times during our stay.  I can only imagine how the grounds looked during the peak of the growing season, but there were still enough trees showing their fall foliage and some flowers still in bloom to make it green enough. Pretty much it's just a nice walk about but if you have kids in tow, the two playgrounds are great to turn your little one loose while you sit on a bench and watch.  Unless its inundated by other parents and strollers, then bench seating gets a bit slim.  But watch out for them and the dancing fountain unless its warm enough and you don't mind letting them get soggy. We saw people playing football, laying in the...

Submitted by: Val B.

This is a beautiful 21 acre park designed to commerate the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and to revitalize a depressed area of town.  The park hosts festivals, fundraisers, private events, and attracts many visitors.  It's located in Downtown Atlanta near the CNN Center, Georgia Dome, Georgia Aquariam, and the World of Coke (all great places I visited, by the way).  Traffic is very heavy and parking is expensive.  Taking the MARTA is advisable. It was a welcome sight after a long day of seminars to see the Olympic Rings lit and the fountains going against the Atlanta skyline at night.   During the heat of Summer, it's a welcome cool down area for kids who enjoy  playing in the fountains.  There's lots of roo...

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