Super Bowl 2019: Things To Do In Atlanta

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Real Estate Agent with Harry Norman, Realtors 333356

For information on more things to do while in Atlanta for the Super Bowl or information on North Atlanta area Residential Real Estate: Contact John at John.Mason@HarryNorman.com

The Georgia Department of Economic Development – Visit some of the many Atlanta landmarks while you are in the city for the Super Bowl.

Some of these places include: Centennial Olympic Park, The World of Coca-Cola, The Georgia Aquarium, The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, ThChick-Fil-A College Football Hall of Fame, The Children's Museum of Atlanta, Skyview Atlanta, The CNN Center & more.

You can also get great recommendations on places to eat while in Atlanta from the Georgia Department of Economic Development. You should also look into buying the Atlanta City Pass to save money if there are multiple attractions you want to visit.

For more details:  Visit the The Georgia Department of Economic Development 

 

NFL Fan Mobile Pass

The NFL encourages all fans traveling to Atlanta for Super Bowl VIII to register for the Fan Mobile Pass. According to the Fan Mobile Pass Registration website, by registering for it you are entered “for a chance to win tickets to Super Bowl LIII and more prizes.” Pre-Registration ends 9:59:59 pm ET on 1/26/19. Promotion Period begins 10:00:00 am ET on 1/26/19 & ends 8:00:00 pm ET on 2/2/19.

To register: https://sbliii.fishsoftware.com/prereg/

 

Super Bowl Experience

The annual fan event will take over the Georgia World Congress Center (Building B) from Jan. 26 to Feb. 2 in downtown Atlanta. According to the NFL Super Bowl Experience website, this event “is NFL’s interactive theme park celebrating Super Bowl LIII…At the Super Bowl Experience, you can participate in immersive exhibits and interactive games, take photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, collect free NFL player and Legend autographs, get an up-close look at the collection of all 52 Super Bowl rings and more!” Tickets, which are general admission are $10 for children 12 years and under and are $40 for adults 13 years and older. For hours of operation, visit the ticket purchase link below.

For tickets: Purchase them from Ticketmaster

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Abby Stiller
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It's so great having the Super Bowl there John H. Mason Im sure fans will enjoy exploring the City. 

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