Make your first stop at the official Visitor Center, located on the south end of the park, adjacent to the Fountain of Rings.The Visitor Center is open daily; hours vary by season and on holidays. Pick up informative brochures and travel maps or find the location of your brick by using the kiosk.
The kiosks are a great resource whether you purchased a commemorative brick during the construction of Centennial Olympic Park or you are just curious about the Park’s history. Guests can receive an overview of Centennial Olympic Park’s role in the 1996 Olympic Games, learn how the area looked before the Park was built and get detailed information about the Park’s monuments and Olympic tributes.
The Fountain of Rings is the centerpiece of Centennial Olympic Park and is one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Georgia. Millions of international and local guests visit the Park every year to enjoy the world’s largest interactive fountain featuring the Olympic Ring symbol. Children from around the world delight in the water jets— creating a safe, zero-depth, pool area for Downtown Atlanta.
It’s free to view the Fountain of Rings show, which plays four times a day. Please check below for times and changes in operation.
To protect the Park and ensure the safety enjoyment of all guests, please observe the following guidelines.
The Park is open 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The Fountain Of Rings is designed for your enjoyment and interaction. Please do not enter reflecting pools and water.
Please observe safety signs.
Please do not enter flower and shrub beds. Damaging or defacing park property and landscaping is prohibited.
Please help protect commemorative bricks and park landscape. Place all recyclables and waste in the appropriate receptacles. Rummaging in trash is prohibited.
Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. Doggie waste bag stations are located in the park for your convenience.
Radios and other portable audio players shall not unreasonably disturb other users of the Park.
Organized team sports are not permitted within the Park. Riding bicycles, skating and skateboarding are prohibited on the fountain plaza and other brick areas, but are permitted on Andrew Young International Boulevard and perimeter sidewalks.
Panhandling, soliciting, commercial activity, camping, campfires, barbecue grills, feeding the pigeons, drug use, and glass bottles are prohibited in the Park. Alcohol may not be brought into the park.
Special events may be held in the park only upon obtaining a permit issued by Centennial Olympic Park.
All visitors are requested to follow these guidelines, as well as any lawful instructions of park staff.
For more information about Centennial Olympic Park, please call: Administration Office: 404.223.4000 GWCCA Public Safety: 404.223.4911
All film, video, and photo shoots to take place in Centennial Olympic Park require a permit. A Centennial Olympic Park permit is required for shooting in the entire park, stairs, entrances, sidewalks surrounding the park, and the Fountain of Rings. Please complete this form or contact the Sales team for more information.