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Return to Clean: Atlanta Experiences

Atlanta attractions for fun, entertainment, education during Clean’s off time

ATLANTA — There will be lots of business taking place on the floor of the Georgia World Congress Center here July 31-Aug. 2 during The Clean Show.

But the exhibits and educational sessions aren’t open 24 hours a day. There’s plenty in the city of Atlanta to experience and places to drink, dine and network for show attendees.

“Atlanta, while being a true ‘Southern city’ with all the things one would expect of the South, is also a metropolitan area that has so much to offer, for anyone from anywhere,” say representatives from Cintas in the area. “It is a melting pot of people, cultures and all that can provide for whatever one is looking for.”

“Atlanta has convenient worldwide accessibility due to the airport,” shares Charles Brown, UniFirst’s general manager in Atlanta. “The convention centers are in the entertainment district, and everything is within walking distance.”

The weather in July and August, while hot, should be fantastic, say the reps from Cintas.

“Not immune from springtime weather and storms, by late July the summer heat will be building, but it is bearable and makes for outstanding evening outdoor activities and dining,” they add.

“The Clean Show will return to ‘The A’ in 2022 for a remarkable edition, and we want you to enjoy your stay while you’re off the show floor,” shares organizer Messe Frankfurt.

Both Messe Frankfurt and the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau shared food and fun ideas for Clean ’22 attendees and exhibitors to experience the best the city has to offer.


Georgia Aquarium—Dive into the nation’s largest aquarium with more than 10 million gallons of fresh and saltwater. Visit Georgia Aquarium to explore and enjoy its galleries, shows, animal interactions and encounters, behind the seas, and more.

College Football Hall of Fame—This 95,000-square-foot attraction features a 45-yard indoor football field and more than 50 engaging and interactive exhibits. It’s a shrine to the greatest to ever play or coach the game.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights—The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, which opened in 2014, is a museum and human rights organization in Atlanta that inspires people to tap their power to change the world around them.

The center’s iconic exhibitions feature the papers and artifacts of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; the history of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement; and stories from the struggle for human rights around the world today.

World of Coca-Cola—Here visitors can have fun tasting different fizzy drinks from around the world. That, and more, including finding out Coke’s secret formula, can be found during a visit to the World of Coca-Cola.

Atlanta Botanical Garden—The Botanical Garden is the perfect place to relax and recharge the batteries for the next day’s show. The place is renowned for its 30 acres of outdoor gardens, plant collections, beautiful displays and spectacular exhibitions.

Delta Flight Museum—The Delta Flight Museum is a 68,000-square-foot facility at the airline’s world headquarters in Atlanta, featuring five historic aircraft and hundreds of items tracing Delta’s history and the development of commercial aviation.

Centennial Olympic Park—Pay homage to Atlanta’s Olympic legacy, take a selfie with the Olympic rings, splash around in the Fountain of Rings, enjoy a nice picnic or play on the lush green space with Downtown views in every direction. Many of Atlanta’s top attractions, restaurants and venues are only steps away.

The Porsche Experience Center—This experience is 1.6 miles of skill-focused, purpose-built driving that is designed to test drivers and the famed functionality only a Porsche can offer. With multiple driving tracks, the Heritage Gallery museum, and on-site dining, The Porsche Experience Atlanta has something for everyone.

SkyView Atlanta—Ride a SkyView Atlanta gondola to experience the city from 20 stories up. It’s a thrilling view during the day and a breathtaking sight at night. See everything from Stone Mountain Park to Midtown’s Georgia Tech campus.

Check back Tuesday to learn about Atlanta’s culinary options. Click HERE to read about its various districts to explore.

Return to Clean: Atlanta Experiences

Georgia Aquarium is the nation’s largest aquarium with more than 10 million gallons of fresh and saltwater. (Photo: ACVB Marketing | Melissa McAlpine)

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