The Clean Show is Back!

The first exhibit in 3 years will open its doors at the end of July

The Clean Show is back! The Clean Show that has been put on hold due to the pandemic is now going to open its doors in Atlanta, GA at the end of this month. It is not only the first exhibition since 2020, but also more appealing since it is being held in an area with a large Korean community. It is also the first Clean Show since Messe Frankfurt bought it in 2019.

If you have been holding off on travels during the pandemic, Clean 2022 is the perfect chance for your family trip as well. Atlanta offers you a truly diverse selection of cuisines and many attractions for your family.

Where to visit in Atlanta

▲ Georgia Aquarium

Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta is the largest aquarium in America, boasting more than 10 milling gallons of water. It has thousands of animals from all parts of the world and it is the only aquarium outside of Asia that has a whale shark. Correction. It has 4 whale sharks in a 6.3 million gallon aquarium.

Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker St. NW
Atlanta, Ga. 30313

▲ World of Coca-Cola

The most recognized name in soft drinks had its start in Atlanta. And World of Coca-Cola has answers to all of your Coca-Cola questions. The tour will take about 2 hours and you will see Coca-Cola museum, taste over 100 drinks from all over the world, bottling process demonstration, gift shops, 4-D theater and a chance to make your own cola.

World of Coca-Cola
121 Baker St. NW
Atlanta, Ga. 30313

▲ Atlanta Botanical Garden

Befitting its “the city in a forest,” the Garden in downtown Atlanta includes 30 acres of outdoor gardens, an award-winning Children’s Garden, a one-of-a-kind Canopy Walk through Storza Woods, and the innovative Edible Garden featuring an Outdoor Demonstration Kitchen. The orchid garden has a dizzying collection of orchids. The Garden stays open until 9 pm and nighttime visit will certainly give you a different experience.

Atlanta Botanical Garden
1345 Piedmont Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30309

▲ Zoo Atlanta

Even though Zoo Atlanta has more than 1,000 animals representing more than 200 species, the most family resident here is the Giant Panda. Especially when a twin was born in captivity in 2016. Only two other zoos have these black and white critters in America.

Zoo Atlanta
800 Cherokee Ave. SE
Atlanta Ga. 30315

▲ Buford Highway

If you want to taste the world, then Buford Highway is your place. Along the 35-mile highway connecting Atlanta and Buford, there are over 1,000 immigrant restaurants, representing a diverse culture such as, Chinese, Korean, Thai, Vietnam, Spanish and Bangladesh. Also, the Farmers Market is the place to go grocery shopping.

▲ The Varsity

Opened in 1928, The Varsity is a fast food restaurant with the title of “the largest drive-thru restaurant in the world.” It’s not just a hyperbole. It is really on the record. When you see the phrase “What’ll ya have?” on the door, you know you’re at the right place.

The Varsity
61 North Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30308

▲ Stone Mountain Park

About 40 minute’s ride from downtown Atlanta, Stone Mountain Park features family-friendly attractions, outdoor recreational activities and a variety of on-site lodging options. The park is built around  the world’s largest piece of exposed granite (that’d be Stone Mountain). Attractions include Summit Skyride, Geyser Towers®, SkyHike®, Scenic Railroad, 4-D Theater, Ride The Ducks™, The Great Barn®, Great Locomotive Chase Adventure Golf, Antebellum Plantation & Farmyard and Discovering Stone Mountain Museum at Memorial Hall. 

Stone Mountain Park
U.S. Highway 78 East, Exit 8
Stone Mountain, Ga. 30087

Educational Seminars

Clean 2022 offers close to 30 educational seminars from 5 partnering associations. For more information, click here.

Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313

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