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The total driving distance from Birmingham, AL to Atlanta, GA is 146 miles or 235 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Birmingham, Alabama. It ends in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Atlanta is just east of Birmingham. Your drive on I-20 does not involve lots of exits or turns. The city has ample things to do for tourists of any age.
Some of the must-see attractions include Centennial Olympic Park, Atlanta History Center, Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca Cola, High Museum of Art and Stone Mountain Park.
The Stone Mountain Park is Georgia’s most visited attraction. You can hike, bike, jog, or picnic in 3,200 acres park with the world’s largest piece of exposed granite. The Confederate Memorial on Stone Mountain is also the largest relief carvings in the world. You can learn more about it at the Stone Mountain Museum at Memorial Hall.
Family activities include a cable car ride to the top of the Stone Mountain and getting close to the carvings, scenic rides around the mountain, the world’s largest laser light show in the evening including fireworks and getting wet at the Geyser Towers.
The Stone Mountain Park offers 18-hole golf courses and fishing in Stone Mountain Lake. The park is open year-round.
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