Located at the southern end of Centennial Olympic Park in Downtown Atlanta is the 200-foot tall SkyView Atlanta. This magnificent Ferris wheel is one of Atlanta’s top attractions and is located close to some of the city’s other popular attractions like World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center and the Georgia Aquarium. The SkyView Atlanta offers visitors a breathtaking one-of-a-kind view of Centennial Park and the rest of Atlanta from 20 stories high. Visitors can even upgrade from riding in regular climate-controlled gondolas to VIP gondolas which boast a longer ride time, Ferrari leather seats and glass floors. There is also a night-time light show that must not be missed.
Adult - $13.50 tax ($14.58) Child - $8.50 tax ($9.18)
Monday to Thursday: 12:00–23:00 Friday: 12:00–00:00 Saturday: 10:00–00:00 Sunday: 12:00–23:00
Depends on the package chosen
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The popular sights of Atlanta from 20 stories high
Muslim visitors to the SkyView Atlanta will not be able to find prayer facilities. They can either choose to offer their prayers outdoors, in the area surrounding the Ferris wheel, or they can visit one of the many mosques in the city. Al-Farooq Masjid of Atlanta, Masjid Abu Bakr and Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam are some of the mosques in Atlanta frequented by its Muslim residents and tourists alike.
While SkyView Atlanta does not offer any dining options, those visiting the Ferris wheel will be able to locate numerous restaurants in the vicinity, including those serving Halal food. Due to its sizeable Muslim population, the city of Atlanta is incredibly Muslim-friendly. Muslim tourists can therefore ask to be guided to the nearest Halal restaurant to SkyView Atlanta.