Gwinnett Center, Duluth, Georgia, United States of America
From sporting events to live music shows, the multifaceted Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Georgia can definitely handle everything. The arena boasts its 13,000 capacity, while the Exhibit Hall is 50,000 square foot with a 28-feet ceiling height. What’s more is the Performing Arts Center that takes a lot of pride in its 702-seat theatre, indeed s perfect venue to let the magic and your whimsical thoughts soar. And within this whole massive facility also lies luxury suites and premium packages for the guests to experience better — and elegant — service.
While visiting Duluth, you might want to check out the Underground Atlanta and experience the once famed shopping and entertainment area. It was heavily popular in the late 60's, was the center of Atlanta’s nightlife, and now its undergoing renovations. Love waffles? Then, you might be up to explore the first-ever Waffle House restaurant, which is now known as the Waffle House Museum. The chain, which now has over 1700 franchises, was opened by neighbors Tom Forkner and Joe Rogers, Sr. after realizing that their area needed a 24-hour restaurant. If you love watching news, then you’ll definitely visit the CNN Center in a heartbeat. It’s definitely thrilling seeing a newsroom and how stories are made. Of course, completing your week long tour is a perfect place to stay. Holiday Inn Gwinnett Center is a good pick as it promises comfort, not to mention it’s close to the airport. In Norcross, another nearby city sits Brick Lodge Atlanta/Norcross that’s homey and serene.