Welcome to Atlanta – where unique topography includes rolling hills, lush greenery, and the densest urban tree coverage of any major city in the United States.
The Georgia World Congress Center, the SC Conference venue, is located in the heart of downtown – one of the most visitor-friendly cities in the United States.
Explore the Discover Atlanta website to learn more about things to see and do in our host city.
Test your adventurous side with outdoor fun at one of the city’s many green spaces, or stroll through endless neighborhoods filled with unique shops.
Vibrant, diverse street art and murals tell stories of Atlanta’s creative communities. Walking downtown, you’re bound to see these incredible works of art by local and international artists.
On average, the November temperature in Atlanta ranges from 64°F during the day to 41°F at night. Be sure to check the Atlanta weather forecast before traveling and pack accordingly.
Dig into ATL’s deep culture through historic sites and museums, feel the soulful vibe of local musicians, or visit the College Football Hall of Fame.
Just like with the vibrant music scene, Atlanta chefs can be relied upon to create distinctly ATL takes on traditional dishes from all over the world.
The Georgia World Congress Center is the world’s largest LEED certified convention center.