Tue., July 16, 2013 11:00am (EDT)

Atlanta Ferris Wheel Opens Tuesday
By Associated Press
Updated: 1 year ago

ATLANTA  —  
One of Atlanta's newest attractions, a 200 foot tall Ferris wheel, is set to open to the public. SkyView Atlanta is scheduled to open at noon Tuesday and offer riders a bird's eye view of the city during its 15-minute trips near Centennial Olympic Park. (Photo Courtesy of SkyView Atlanta.)
One of Atlanta's newest attractions, a 200 foot tall Ferris wheel, is set to open to the public. SkyView Atlanta is scheduled to open at noon Tuesday and offer riders a bird's eye view of the city during its 15-minute trips near Centennial Olympic Park. (Photo Courtesy of SkyView Atlanta.)
One of Atlanta's newest attractions, a 200 foot tall Ferris wheel, is set to open to the public.

SkyView Atlanta is scheduled to open at noon Tuesday and offer riders a bird's eye view of the city during its 15-minute trips near Centennial Olympic Park.

According to the attraction's website, rides for adults will cost $14.45, $13 for seniors and members of the military, and $9.10 for children. Each gondola is required to have an adult riding in it along with the children.

The wheel was previously in Paris and in Pensacola, Fla.