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Virtual Tours to Spice Up Your Online Conference

Attending conferences virtually has become the new norm. Logging onto an event from the comfort of your own home is beyond convenient, but you miss the magic of jumping on a plane to explore a new city. Even if you can’t physically visit Atlanta right now, many attractions and businesses have made it easy for you to still have an authentic experience. Check out some of Atlanta’s most unique virtual happenings:

360 Virtual Atlanta Tour

Start your tour by discovering what Atlanta has to offer through 360ATL. With 360ATL, users view Atlanta’s walkable convention and entertainment district, all adjacent to Georgia World Congress Center. This bird’s eye perspective showcases Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, hotels, restaurants and world-class attractions. Beyond Downtown, viewers stroll along Atlanta BeltLine through neighborhoods such as Midtown, Buckhead, Eastside and Westside giving an expansive view of the entire destination.

Georgia Aquarium Virtual Yoga by the Water

Take a break from meetings and enjoy a yoga class at Georgia Aquarium right from your living room. Choose the session that fits your needs and enjoy stunning views of whale sharks, manta rays and more while you break a sweat.

Georgia Aquarium Webcams

The Aquarium offers live web feeds of several tanks and exhibits for viewing from the comfort of home. Watch the penguins waddle, tune in for a whale shark feeding or relax while viewing the mesmerizing jellyfish cam.

Georgia Governor’s Mansion Digital Tours

Enjoy a 3D interactive tour of the Governor’s Mansion that takes you through the three-floor, 30-room, Greek Revival style home built in 1967, that stands on about 18 acres in northeast Atlanta. It was designed by Georgia architect A. Thomas Bradbury and officially opened on Jan. 1, 1968. Explore the rich history of the Governor’s Mansion and its Federal Period collection of furniture, artwork and décor.

High Museum of Art Online Exhibits


Explore mesmerizing online art exhibits at the High Museum, the southeastern United States’ leading art museum any time of day from your computer. With videos, interactive content, images and text, audiences can explore virtual exhibitions highlighting the civil rights movement, storytelling in European print, artist and master craftsman, Paa Joe and more.  

Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum Virtual Tour

Discover the history of the 39th President of the United States through a virtual tour of The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum. Begin in the oval office and navigate through the rooms of the museum as if you were walking through it.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Virtual Birthhome Tour

📷 James Duckworth,

Atlanta is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the cradle of the civil rights movement. Discover Atlanta and explore its robust heritage through many landmarks and museums that are on the Civil Rights Trail. Start your virtual tour at the the home where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born and lived nearly a third of his life.

Unexpected Atlanta Virtual Tours

Unexpected Atlanta Virtual Tours brings Atlanta to your doorstep. This immersive, interactive and educational tour includes local treats delivered to you to enjoy during a private virtual guided tour. Learn about the unexpected local Atlanta stories that are frequently left untold.

Zoo Atlanta Panda Cam

📷 Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta is one of only three zoos in the U.S. to house giant pandas. These animals face numerous threats in the wild and are an important ambassador for conservation. The giant pandas can be seen year-round and thanks to Zoo Atlanta, fans can view them at any time from anywhere in the world on the Zoo Atlanta PandaCam.

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