1601 West Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA 30324 +1 404 875 7284
The PATH foundation has succeeding in completing miles and miles of public trails as a gift to the people of region. Among them are the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County and a segment of trail stretching from Decatur to Stone Mountain. PATH is a non-profit foundation created to build trails that provide safe travel for commuters without cars, as well as a refuge for city dwellers who want to enjoy a nice walk in the fresh air. For biking, jogging and hiking sites that are complete and open to the public, visit PATH's Web site.
1616 Huber Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30318 +1 404 350 7190
This publisher of fine art deals exclusively to the trade in terms of sales, but as far as their galleries are concerned, all are welcome. Come view the works of some of the Deljou group's featured artists, including original works on paper and canvas, monotypes, monoprints, sculpture, and more. Unless you are a designer or dealer, you can't take it home with you, but the quality of the art is worth coming out for a casual examination. See website for online galleries and artists info.
764 Miami Circle Atlanta, GA 30324 +1 404 233 3843
The Fay Gold Gallery is a long-standing favorite on the Buckhead art scene, and with good reason. This elegant showroom exhibits one of the city's most impressive collection of cutting edge contemporary works by prominent Southern and national artists. Such distinctive collections as the estates of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe and Louise Nevelson are among the permanent displays, and patrons are always sure to find a taste of the latest emerging trends as well.
2351 Peachtree Road Northeast Battle Shopping Center Atlanta, GA 30305 +1 404 237 2888
This outlet for fine art is situated on the fringe of art-happy Buckhead in the trendy neighborhood known as SoBuck. In addition to expert custom picture framing, this versatile shop offers a great selection of original works including serigraphs, lithographs, posters and Audubons. And while the distance between Buckhead and SoBuck isn't great enough to save you a lot of money, you may appreciate the more relaxed atmosphere that comes from being away from the hub of art snobbery. See website for lists and images of frame styles, as well as art event calendar.
Discover the truth of life at the Atlanta Metropolitan Cathedral. Find answers to all your questions about the almighty or about your existence on earth at this pious worship place. Get closer to life and god through music and prayers at this brilliant Cathedral which has redefined the meaning of the worship place called church completely.
199 Armour Drive Atlanta, GA 30324 +1 404 879 1500
Mason Murer Fine Art Gallery has become the abode of art lovers all across Atlanta. Displaying the fabulous works of painters, sculptors and photographers, this art gallery doubles up as an events venue as well. The spacious 24,000 square foot (2230-square meter) facility is a favorite for hosting private parties, auctions and exhibitions as well.
250 Williams Street Atlanta, GA 30303 +1 770 587 9117
Inforum Convention Center situated in downtown Atlanta is the perfect venue for conferences and trade shows. The facility has 120,000 square feet (11,150 square meters) of exhibition space and a theater, that can accommodate 450 comfortably. The convention center is walking distance from other Atlanta landmarks like the Philips Arena, Underground Atlanta and Fox Theatre (The).
521 Capitol Avenue Turner Field Atlanta, GA 30312 +1 404 614 2311
Located at Turner Field, the Green Lot is a popular venue among locals. This vast arena hosts diverse events, programs and festivals. The whole atmosphere here is such that it creates a awe-inspiring and thrilling experience. The protest against Universal Circus by Georgia Animal Rights Protection was one of the major events held here. All in all, this one is a must-visit on your trip to Atlanta.
210 Peachtree Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30303 +1 404 659 1400
The Westin Peachtree Plaza ballrooms have long since established their position among the classiest ballrooms in Atlanta. Situated in the plush locales of Southeast Atlanta, the grand Westin Peachtree Plaza boasts of 3 beautifully furnished and pleasantly decorated ballrooms, ideal for a perfect wedding. The Consort Room on the rooftop, is the ideal ballroom for the most intimate gatherings with breathtaking views of the Michigan Avenue and easily accommodates up to 160 guests. For more elegant occasions, the Cotillion ballroom is best suited replete with illuminated crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling windows and housing up to 250 guests. However, the Willington Ballroom is what you should go for, to host a truly "grand affair."
450 Auburn Avenue Northeast Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site Atlanta, GA 30312 +1 404 331 5190
The iconic Martin Luther King, Jr. needs no introduction, and the Visitor Center at the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site is a great point of departure to glean new insight. A time line along the wall of the museum at the Visitor Center leads one through the American Civil Rights Movement, the photographs supported by descriptive narratives. A "featured exhibit" and video showcases at the theater are also equally visitor centric and suitable for most ages. It is easy to forget that the lobby is primarily an information center to help visitors with their queries, from the complex to the mundane. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitor Center not only has all the answers, but raises a few pertinent questions as well. Admission is free.
This 1200 seat theater is located on the campus of
Georgia Tech, and runs its annual performing arts series from September through April. The comprehensive program features representative works in numerous disciplines from many different cultures each season. Upcoming ...
The Carter Library & Museum sits on 35 landscaped acres
just east of downtown where the Virginia Highlands meet Inman Park. The complex consists of five interconnected pavilions that house the offices of the former President, research and foundation ...
One of the best ways to see a city is
on foot. Expert guides from the Atlanta Preservation Center can help you do just that. Focused on preserving Atlanta's historic treasures, the Center offers tours of key buildings and ...