Morning. Take a walk along the Atlanta Beltline , a network of public parks, trails, and transit that connects some of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods. Afterward, visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights , which features exhibits and programs that explore the history of the civil rights movement and other human rights issues.
Afternoon. Take a scenic drive to Stone Mountain Park , a 3,200-acre park that features a massive granite mountain, hiking trails, and a variety of attractions, including a historic plantation and a scenic railroad. Afterward, visit the Fernbank Museum of Natural History , which features exhibits on dinosaurs, Georgia's natural history, and the world's cultures.
Evening. Explore the charming neighborhood of Inman Park , which features a variety of historic homes, restaurants, and shops. End your night with a visit to Oakland Cemetery , a historic cemetery that is the final resting place of many of Atlanta's most notable citizens.
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