What could transform a variety of vacant lots and abandoned, run down industrial buildings into a popular meeting spot and downtown oasis? If you said the Olympics, you would be right. This lovely 21-acre site was built for the Summer Games to be a central gathering location for visitors and spectators during the Olympics and a lasting legacy for the city. The celebrated Fountain of Rings features the Olympic symbol of five interconnecting rings that have computer-controlled lights and jets of water synchronized to music played from speakers surrounding the fountain. It is also the best place to hear free concerts, relax, play on the playground, and just take in the sights and sounds of the city. In the winter months there is an ice skating rink to enjoy, as well.
Member of American Bus Association, National Tour Association, Georgia Motorcoach Operators Association, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, Atlanta Metro Travel Association and Travel South, Named "Industrial Partner of the Year" 2008 by the Gwinnett County Convention and Visitor's Bureau