• View of Stone Mountain in Atlanta GA.

5 Things to do in Atlanta after LASIK surgery

The City of Atlanta offers a vast array of cul­ture, arts, and enter­tain­ment. Even if you are a native to Atlanta, you will begin to appre­ci­ate Geor­gias cap­i­tal in a whole new way after LASIK surgery. And now that youre see­ing things clear­ly, theres real­ly no bet­ter time to go sight­see­ing in Atlanta, GA.

Here are five must-do activities in Atlanta after LASIK surgery:

  1. SkyView Atlanta at Night

The truth is you havent real­ly seen the city until youve seen it from the SkyView Atlanta. The large fer­ris wheel at Cen­ten­ni­al Olympic Park takes you 200 feet in the air and offers the best views in Atlanta, espe­cial­ly after dark. The SkyView fea­tures a ride in an enclosed and cli­mate-con­trolled gon­do­la so its some­thing that can be enjoyed in any sea­son. The wheel takes rid­ers around four full loops and offers breath­tak­ing city views along the way. You will see Atlanta in a new light from way up in the sky.

  1. A show at Fox Theater

Now that youre see­ing clear­ly, its time to take in a show at the his­toric Fox The­ater. This venue was built in 1929 but fea­tures some of the most pop­u­lar plays of today with many Broad­way tours mak­ing the stop on Peachtree Street. Theres just noth­ing quite like a live per­for­mance at Fox The­ater and whats more, a vis­it here is like tak­ing a step back in time since most of the orig­i­nal decor was pre­served dur­ing the 1970s ren­o­va­tion of the audi­to­ri­um. The Fox The­ater also hosts musi­cal con­certs and the venue was even the site of Princes final show in April of 2016.

  1. Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

Did you know that an impor­tant piece of his­to­ry lies right in Atlantas back­yard? The Mar­tin Luther King Jr. His­toric Site was cre­at­ed by the Nation­al Parks Ser­vice in the 1980s as a way to pre­serve and hon­or the life of Mar­tin Luther King Jr., who orig­i­nat­ed from Atlanta. King made a mon­u­men­tal impact on Amer­i­can soci­ety as a civ­il rights leader and con­tin­ues to influ­ence it even after death. The site fea­tures a muse­um as well as Kings child­hood home, church and bur­ial site. Now that youve had LASIK surgery and can tru­ly appre­ci­ate the arti­facts and amaz­ing his­to­ry found on the 35-acre prop­er­ty, its time to pay it a vis­it.

  1. Stone Mountain Park  

A vis­it to Stone Moun­tain Park is anoth­er must-do after LASIK because the park is one of the most beau­ti­ful places in Atlanta. Theres so much to do here, includ­ing The Sum­mit Skyride which offers a ride inside a Swiss cable car to the top of the dome. Stone Moun­tain Park also offers boat rides, train rides, hik­ing, camp­ing and more. Its a beau­ti­ful oasis in the mid­dle of a boom­ing city.

  1. The Georgia Aquarium

There are thou­sands of under­wa­ter crea­tures wait­ing to meet you at the Geor­gia Aquar­i­um. The aquar­i­um fea­tures dol­phins, sea lions, pen­guins, alli­ga­tors and much more liv­ing among ten mil­lion gal­lons of sea water. Take at tour or see a show, there are so many ani­mals and attrac­tions that you cant pos­si­bly do it all in one day. But, now that youve had LASIK, you can tru­ly enjoy the aquar­i­um down to even the small­est of ani­mals like the Big-Bel­lied Sea Horse.

With so much to see and do in Atlanta, theres no bet­ter time to book your free LASIK con­sul­ta­tion. Come vis­it Dia­mond Vision today and see how the best LASIK sur­geons in Atlanta can improve your vision and change the way you see world.

November 28th, 2016|Comments Off on 5 Things to do in Atlanta after LASIK surgery

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