Grant Park

Tucked away in southeast Atlanta, Grant Park provides a refreshing urban oasis just minutes from downtown. Spanning over 130 acres, this beautiful public park boasts sprawling lawns, gorgeous gardens, a scenic lake, and plenty of shady trees that make it the ideal spot for a relaxing picnic or leisurely stroll. Don’t miss the incredible Atlanta Cyclorama, a 19th century historic painting that immerses visitors in a pivotal Civil War battle. After exploring the expansive grounds, make sure to pop into the historic Beaux-Arts style zoo buildings that now house Zoo Atlanta, one of the oldest zoos in the United States.

Address: 800 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

Phone: (404) 817-6100

Oakland Cemetery

History buffs will be mesmerized by this sprawling garden cemetery, where elaborate marble tombstones and mausoleums honor some of Atlanta’s most notable historic figures. Founded in 1850, Oakland Cemetery provides a peaceful sanctuary in the heart of the city. Wander along winding paths shaded by soaring oaks draped in Spanish moss to discover the final resting places of famous Atlantans like “Gone With the Wind” author Margaret Mitchell and legendary golfer Bobby Jones. Be sure to stop into the on-site visitor center to join an informative guided tour of the grounds.

Address: 248 Oakland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Phone: (404) 688-2107


No visit to Atlanta is complete without a stop at the iconic Varsity restaurant. This drive-in fast food joint has been a beloved local institution since 1928, drawing hungry crowds who flock here for hot dogs, chili dogs, fried pies, and frosted orange shakes. With carhops and counter service staff who all sport the restaurant’s signature hats and aprons, dining at the Varsity feels like taking a step back in time. Come with an empty stomach and be prepared to eat like a champion!

Address: 61 North Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30308

Phone: (404) 881-1706

Piedmont Park

Right in the heart of Midtown, Piedmont Park spans nearly 200 acres and offers a popular green retreat for locals and visitors. Grab coffee and stroll along the mile-long Loop road that encircles a beautiful central lake. Let kids burn off energy at the large playground while you relax nearby under the shade of soaring oak trees. Piedmont Park also hosts popular events like the Atlanta Dogwood Festival and the yearly Peachtree Road Race.

Address: 400 Park Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30306

Phone: (404) 875-7275

Little Five Points

Discover your new favorite boutiques, cafes, and music venues in Atlanta’s delightfully bohemian Little Five Points neighborhood. Centered around the intersection of Moreland, Euclid, and McClendon Avenues, Little Five Points boasts an irresistible array of vintage shops, record stores, tattoo parlors, and unique eateries. Spend an afternoon exploring this iconic counter-culture hub, then refuel with a craft brew or coffee from one of the many local hangouts.

Location: Intersection of Moreland, Euclid & McClendon Aves NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Center for Civil and Human Rights

Honoring civil and human rights leaders as well as grassroots activists, the Center for Civil and Human Rights powerfully explores the American Civil Rights Movement and connects it to broader global human rights issues. This eye-opening history museum features compelling exhibits with archival footage, artifacts, and interactive elements that provide moving insight into the fight for justice and equality. Your visit culminates with a walk across a beautiful suspended glass floor etched with the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Address: 100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

Phone: (404) 523-2739

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Escape to an oasis of beauty at the stunning Atlanta Botanical Garden, where elaborate outdoor gardens and conservatories cultivate gorgeous floral displays year-round. Seek serenity while strolling through the Japanese Garden or gain inspiration from the innovative edible displays in the Edible Garden. Don’t miss the rare orchids in the Fuqua Orchid Center! Spanning 30 acres adjacent to Piedmont Park, these gardens offer a sensory feast you’ll treasure.

Address: 1345 Piedmont Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

Phone: (404) 876-5859

Krog Street Market

Once an old 1920s warehouse, Krog Street Market is now one of the hottest foodie destinations in Atlanta. Wander the bright, airy hall to discover stalls slinging everything from ramen, tacos, barbecue, and popsicles to freshly baked bread, quality coffee drinks, and craft cocktails. You’ll find seating scattered throughout this lively culinary playground, along with a rooftop deck boasting views of the Atlanta skyline. It’s the perfect spot to take a break while exploring the hip Cabbagetown neighborhood.

Address: 99 Krog St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Phone: (404) 524-5005

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