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Atlanta may be the burning city that Rhett and Scarlet fled during the final days of the Civil War, but the city has risen from those ashes to be the ninth largest metropolitan area in the U.S. and a primary transportation hub for the south. Atlanta played a prominent role in the Civil Rights Movement and Dr. Martin Luther King is buried there. When you head to the south and Atlanta, Monster Displays will be there for you to help you with trade show and exhibit needs whether that’s a large graphic, a simple sign or an elaborate display. Give Monster Displays a call at (888) 483-3344 to get started on the plans for your next successful event. The information on this page about the City of Atlanta was provided by Monster Displays.

Trade Show Products

From start to finish, whether you need custom graphic banners and signs or a full exhibit display, Monster Displays is ready to work with you. Monster Displays can provide table top displays, kiosks or other custom exhibit materials.

Trade Show Rentals

Should you have an exhibit that changes from year to year or event to event, or should you simply not desire to purchase the actual exhibit, Monster Displays can provide everything you need on a rental basis. That can save you in both production and shipping costs when you have everything delivered to your exhibit site.

Check out to get a good idea of what is available and to find the products and the services that can be tailored to your company's needs.

Convention Centers

Georgia World Congress Center

The Georgia World Congress Center is located in downtown Atlanta and includes the Georgia Dome with 71,250 seats and the 21 acre Centennial Olympic Park. More than a million people attend events at the Georgia World Congress Center on an annual basis.

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The Georgia World Congress Center covers 3.9 million square feet. Contained in that you will find 1.4 million square feet of exhibit space. Add to that 12 exhibit halls, 106 meeting rooms and 2 grand ballrooms. See floor plans here



Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd., NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30313-1591

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Georgia International Convention Center

The Georgia International Convention Center is connected to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and is the second largest convention center in the Atlanta area. The Center connects directly to the airport via the ATL SkyTrain, the first such connection in the U.S.

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The Georgia International Convention Center has a total of 400,000 square feet, including 150,000 square feet of exhibit space. The Center includes 90,000 square feet of pre-function space and 16,000 square feet of meeting space. The Center has Georgia's largest ballroom at 40,000 square feet.

The Georgia World Congress Center covers 3.9 million square feet. Contained in that you will find 1.4 million square feet of exhibit space including 12 exhibit halls, 106 meeting rooms and 2 grand ballrooms.



Georgia International Convention Center
2000 Concourse Center
College Park, Georgia 30337

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Atlanta has a typical climate for an inland southern city. The city has four distinct seasons and gets plenty of rain. Summers are hot and humid. Winter sees more ice storms than snow.

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Upcoming Trade Shows and Conferences in Atlanta

Follow this link for current information about the trade shows and events in Atlanta.

Transportation & Reach

Southerners used to say “to get to Heaven, you have to transfer in Atlanta.” As one of the largest cities in the south, Atlanta has long been a major transfer point for airlines. But the city is also accessible by Interstate and by train.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest airport in terms of passenger count and has been since 1998. Since 2005, it has been had the largest number of landings and take-offs. The airport is the primary hub for Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection partner ExpressJet. It is also a major city for Southwest Airlines.

Train Transportation to Atlanta

The Amtrak Crescent travels through Atlanta between New York City and New Orleans.

Local Transportation in Atlanta

Buses: The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) operates hundreds of buses over 91 routes covering the metro Atlanta area.

Trains: The MARTA rapid rail system operates on four services lines covering 38 stations in the Atlanta area. The rail lines meet in downtown Atlanta at the Five Points station. MARTA is a convenient way to travel from the airport to downtown and other locations.

Other: Several companies in Atlanta operate over 1,500 registered taxis. Taxis are available at the airport, hotels or near other major attractions.

Hotel Accommodations in Atlanta

There are nearly 94,000 hotels rooms in the metro Atlanta area ranging from budget to luxury.

Atlanta Hotels & Rates

Entertainment and Sightseeing

Major Attractions: Not to miss attractions in Atlanta include Underground Atlanta, the World of Coca-Cola, The Fox Theatre, the Georgia Aquarium and the CNN Studio tour.

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Major Entertainment: Atlanta offers the Atlanta Opera, the Atlanta Ballet, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the Alliance Theatre, making it one of the few cities with professional companies in all major performing arts disciplines. Atlanta has been a center for the development of many styles of American music from country to punk rock to hip hop. Sports fans can turn to the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Hawks or the Atlanta Falcons.


Shopping in Atlanta: Shopping opportunities in Atlanta include everything from Underground Atlanta to Lenox Square to the Mall at Peachtree Center. Shopping in the Buckhead area provides access to high-end and luxury retailers. Buckhead's Bennett Street District offers fine art galleries and antique shops.

Excursions from Atlanta: When you're in Atlanta you're not far from Plains, Georgia, the home of President Jimmy Carter. You're close also to Rock City and Ruby Falls and you'll be continually reminded of that on your way down Interstate 75 driving to Atlanta. Helen, Georgia, just to the north of Atlanta is a Bavarian Village nestled in the Georgia Mountains. Madison, Georgia is known as "The Town Sherman Refused to Burn." Stone Mountain Park showcases the largest bas-relief carving in the world depicting Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis.

Food & Beverages: As a major southern city, southern cuisine and soul food are high on the menu in Georgia. Don't forget the peaches and sweet tea. But for an Atlanta institution don't miss a chili-slaw dog at The Varsity. Pittypat's Porch, named for Aunt Pittypat of "Gone with the Wind" fame, serves up traditional Southern entrees and desserts. For some authentic soul food, check out Gladys Knight's Chicken and Waffles.

Helpful Atlanta Websites

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Helpful Atlanta Resources

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