2016 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo

With the nickname “Capital of the New South”, it’s no surprise that Atlanta has so much draw as seen by the 51 million visitors the city hosts annually for the purposes of business and/or leisure. While attendees of the 2016 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo may have already finalized their itineraries for the conference kicking-off in a couple days, some may want to make a few revisions to make time for these must-see sites and eats of Atlanta.

Hang with the Fish
Atlanta is home to one of the largest aquariums in the world, the Georgia Aquarium. What’s also significant about this locale? It’s where the 2016 ISPE Annual Meeting & Expo Tuesday Night Party will take place.  If you’re not already registered for the Tuesday Night party, register now or stop by the registration booth to add this fun event to your itinerary.  Also, ask about the optional behind the scenes tour from one of the Facility Engineers of the aquatic filtration system.

Indulge in Southern Fare
If you love food, be thankful this year’s Annual Meeting is in Atlanta. Filled with creative concepts, Atlanta has a vast number of restaurants to satisfy anyone’s cravings. View the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Where To Eat page for a complete list of restaurants in Atlanta, searchable by cuisine, location, and deals.

Enjoy the Arts
Atlanta is rich in the cultural arts, with a wide variety of kid-friendly shows, avant-garde performances and stunning exhibitions. Satisfy your artistic appetite with can’t-miss attractions, such as the Alliance Theatre or High Museum of Arts.

Take a Stroll
Walk through Olympic Centennial Park, an urban oasis offering an abundance of activities and things to do. Check out the downtown Atlanta park’s event calendar to see what’s going on during Annual Meeting (tip – concert series and WhipAddict Car Show).

Be Daring
Ride the 200-foot-tall SkyView Ferris Wheel for thrilling views or scream your head off on one of the many heart-pounding rides at Six Flags Over Georgia.

Take in a Game
Tis the season for baseball and attendees have the chance to catch an Atlanta Braves’ baseball game at Ted Turner Field. If you’re flying in on Sunday, September 18, make sure to grab tickets to watch the Braves play the Washington Nationals at 1:35pm.

For more suggestions, view the Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau’s list of the Top 50 Things to Do in Atlanta.

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