Atlanta History Center chronicles the city's history from its American Indian roots until... The Atlanta Cyclorama, Civil War Museum, Kennesaw Mountain Nation Battlefield and the Kennsaw Civil War Museum together detail Atlanta's pivital role in the Civil War. Margaret Mitchell House & Museum celebrates the author of Gone With the Wind. The Martin Luther King National Historic Site reminds of Atlanta's place in the 1960s struggle for freedom.
Atlanta is also known as the Cultural Capital of the South. Fabulous Fox Theatre, built in Middle Eastern architectural style, is one of only two Georgia theatres with a stage large enough to accommodate broadway shows. Woodruff Arts Center is home to the Atlanta Ballet, the Atlanta Opera, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Alliance Theatre and High Museum of Art.
Underground Atlanta is a popular destination for entertainment and shopping. Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Philips Arena and SunTrust Park are venues for world class sports (football, basketball and baseball respectively) as well as other forms of entertainment. The Georgia Aquarium is the world's largest aquarium.