Atlanta Games’ venues left some lessons for Boston ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Gary M. Prior/Getty Images/file 1996 Andre Agassi celebrated winning the gold medal in men's singles in the Atlanta Games. Tami Chappell for The Boston Globe The tennis court is now filled with weeds and has been abandoned. Barry Chin/Globe staff/file Venues from the 1996 Games in Atlanta offer lessons to Boston as it flirts with a bid for the 2024 Olympics. Tami Chappell for The Boston Globe The stadium where the Opening Ceremony was held became a home for the Atlanta Braves. Tami Chappell for The Boston Globe The Olympic Village is now used by Georgia Tech for dorms. Tami Chappell for The Boston Globe Children played in the fountain rings at Olympic Park. Tami Chappell for The Boston Globe Public safety students left a classroom built in the former Wolf Creek Shooting Complex. It is now the Fulton County Public Safety Training Center.