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265 Peachtree Center Avenue · Atlanta, Georgia 30303 USA


Atlanta Neighborhoods

Explore the authenticity of Atlanta in nearby neighborhoods that are full of discovery. You'll find everything from vintage shopping to fantastic spots for people watching. Whether you're into live music or street art, you'll find it all with our Atlanta neighborhoods guide.


Grant Park

Grant Park is known as being a hip hangout for foodies and history buffs. Surrounded by quaint communities such as Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown and Glenwood, there is so much to explore. Characterized by Victorian-style architecture, Grand Park also has little villages of local shops and restaurants, and houses the fourth-largest park in the city.

Fun Facts

  • Grant Park is home to Oakland Cemetery where "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell, golfer Bobby Jones, 25 former mayors of Atlanta, six former governors of Georgia and many Civil War dead are buried.
  • Grant Park is the only neighborhood in America with twin Giant Panda cubs! Visit Zoo Atlanta to visit the Pandas and more.
  • The second-oldest house in Atlanta is still standing: the 1858 mansion of Lemuel P. Grant, after whom the park and neighborhood are named. It now serves as the headquarters of the Atlanta Preservation Center.
  • Development along Memorial Drive, which runs through Grant Park and the surrounding Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown and Glenwood neighborhoods, will include walkable areas with a music venue, shopping, restaurants and more. Hip designs in industrial buildings will provide an authentic connection to the city's past.

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Little Five Points

Little Five Points is Atlanta's hippie ‘hood. Everything about the area is Bohemian chic. Vintage stores line the streets alongside a natural foods market and indie radio station. Take in the music of street performers and enjoy people watching.

Fun Facts

  • The Little Five Points Halloween Parade is epic. The exact date is subject to change, but it happens every October.
  • The Hollywood film "What to Expect When You're Expecting" filmed several outdoor scenes in Little Five along Euclid Avenue, particularly in front of Rag-o-Rama used clothing store.
  • As you walk the sidewalks you might find on-the-spot poetry created just for you. Little Five Points is the place to expect anything.

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Old Fourth Ward & Inman Park

Atlanta BeltLine. Edgewood Avenue. Old Fourth Ward Skate Park. There's so much going on in this neighborhood, we don't know where to start. Old Fourth Ward has emerged as one of the hippest neighborhoods in Atlanta in just a few short years.


Fun Facts

  • Old Fourth Ward is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and is the home of Ebenezer Baptist Church
  • There is a hidden speakeasy located in a pizzeria on Edgewood Avenue. We'd tell you where, but then it wouldn't be hidden!
  • Historic Fourth Ward Park features a world-class skate park, state-of-the-art splash pad, 17 acres of greenspace and more.

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  • Piedmont Park
  • Arts District of ATL (Woodruff Arts Center)
  • LGBTQ friendly
  • Home of fantastic restaurants
  • Housed along the backbone of ATL - Peachtree Street
  • A site for many festivals and concerts

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