Box 5 Events has secured priority access to many of the most famous attractions in the Atlanta area.  Allowing us to book these for you can save you time and money while gaining you accesses that may otherwise not be available.

World of Coke

  • Enjoy a refreshing, ice-cold Coca-Cola when you arrive
  • Taste more than 100 beverages from around the world
  • Immerse yourself in the rich history of Coca-Cola by exploring more than 1,200 artifacts
  • Explore the myths and legends around the secret formula for Coca-Cola in the Vault of the Secret Formula
  • Journey around the world through a 4-D movie experience
  • Share a hug with our 7-foot tall Coca-Cola Polar Bear!
  • Get an inside look at the bottling process

Georgia Aquarium

The aquarium houses more than a hundred thousand animals and represents several thousand species, all of which reside in 10 million gallons of marine and salt water. The Georgia Aquarium is the only institution outside of Asia that houses whale sharks, which are kept in a 6.3 million gallon tank; the largest in the world

Snow Mountain & Stone Mountain

Discover the largest high relief sculpture in the world.  Located on 3,200 acres of natural beauty, Stone Mountain Park features a wide variety of activities. Soar to the top of the mountain on the Summit Skyride for an unprecedented view of the Atlanta Skyline. Take a trek through the treetops on Sky Hike, one of the nation’s largest adventure courses. Play in the spray or stay high and dry on Geyser Towers – featuring multiple levels of suspended rope bridges and net tunnels that overlook a gushing geyser.

Snow Mountain is Atlanta’s favorite winter destination with a 400-foot snow-covered tubing hill and an enormous snowy play area. Race each other down the slopes on Tube Runners or brave the hill together in family-sized tubes on Avalanche Alley. It’s all about the cold stuff in the SnowZone—a winter wonderland full of real snow where you’ll find Penguin Run and Little Angels—the perfect spots for small ones just starting to find their snow legs.

Dr. Martin Luther King Visitor Center

What better place to learn about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. than by visiting the national historic site dedicated to him? Take your students on a field trip to Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site to tour the place Dr. King was born and raised the first 12 years of his life, his spiritual home, and his final resting place. In addition, explore the 3 museum exhibit halls dedicated to Dr. King and the Modern Civil Rights Movement. 

College Football Hall Of Fame

Founded in 1951 by the National Football Foundation, the College Football Hall of Fame immortalizes the greatest of the amateur gridiron. 5.1 million people have coached or played the game and less than 1,300 are inductees in the Hall. This makes the College Football Hall of Fame an extremely selective group of individuals. In 2014, the College Football Hall of Fame opened in Atlanta, a major hub of college football activity, a convention and tourist destination, and home of one of the nation’s busiest airports. It’s a $68.5 million, 95,000 square foot, state-of-the-art tribute to 977 players, 211 coaches, and countless fans. Three floors, five themed galleries and over 50 interactive exhibits, including a 47-yard football field and a three-story wall of over 750 college football helmets, awaits visitors.

Music Directors! Now is the time to plan your next big music adventure.