830 Westview Drive Southwest Morehouse College Atlanta, GA 30314 +1 404 215 2752
The Forbes Arena is a 6000-seater multi-purpose arena in Atlanta. The Maroon Tigers of Morehouse College and the Atlanta Glory play all their home games at this venue. The sporting arena is named after Franklin Forbes who was the athletic director of the college and its first basketball coach. The facility was renovated at a staggering cost of USD8 million and reopened in 1996. The three level stadium is equipped with elevators, locker rooms and training rooms. Some of the best basketball games in Atlanta city happen right here!
643 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Northwest Morris Brown College Atlanta, GA 30314 +1 404 739 1000
Located in the Morris Brown College campus, The John H. Lewis Gymnasium has a 7000-person seating capacity. The place is known for many local and national sports events. Home to the Atlanta Krunk Wolverines Continental Basketball Association team, the venue has ample parking space and is easily accessible. Call to find out what sports championships are being held here.
68 Mitchell Street Southwest Atlanta City Hall Atlanta, GA 30335 +1 404 330 6000
Atlanta City Hall Atrium reflects great architectural competence in it's design. The building, that harbors a strong Gothic resemblance stands in the heart of Downtown as an amazing gift to Atlanta by the architect, G. Lloyd Preacher. Atlanta City Hall Atrium serves as a good place for enjoying functions, conferences and other events. The very style of the venue imparts a neo-Gothic semblance to the whole event organized here.
3307 Buford Highway Atlanta, GA 30329 +1 404 452 2626
Biggs Boxing Forum is a great place for all those boxing buffs who enjoy watching people punching at each other inside that daring boxing ring. Biggs Boxing Forum organizes boxing expos where boxers compete against each other while entertaining the spectators. It is places like these where some great stories were born out of sheer guts, wounds and some blood! Jackie Breitenstein's is just one of them.
Clark Atlanta University is a private institution that operates four colleges catering to Arts and Sciences, Education, Business Administration and Social Work under its guidance. The university dates back to 1988 when it was founded with the coming together of Clark College and Atlanta University; Clark University is also ascribed of carrying research work of high importance. The campus offers good quality housing, sports, art galleries and theatrical facilities for its students, staff and alumni.
50 Upper Alabama Street Suite 007, Underground Atlanta Atlanta, GA 30303 +1 404 605 8921
If you like throwing parties and events and the best hospitality is what you always strive for. Then The Event Loft is the best pick in the city of Atlanta. Located in the Underground Atlanta, this vast space features stylish amenities, exquisite menu and two built-in bars for the convenience and comfort of your guests. The guests can also take pleasure in stepping on the dance floor while the DJ churns out the latest tracks. The spectacular views of the city is indeed the icing on the cake!
This site, constructed in 1938 under Mayor William B. Hartsfield, includes seven historic buildings, a 15-acre (six-hectare) lake, acres of green space, an amphitheater and a spectacular view of Atlanta. Four of the buildings on the site have been restored to their original Spanish-mission architecture, including bell towers and archways.
225 Baker Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30313 +1 404 581 4000
The Georgia Aquarium opened in 2005 as one of the largest aquariums in the world. Located in downtown Atlanta, it is undoubtedly a breathtaking experience for all its visitors. A generous endowment from Bernard Marcus, the co-founder of Home Depot, makes this dynamic aquarium possible. It showcases exotic sea creatures such as giant groupers, beluga whales, and whale sharks. With 500 species, you will see something new and different no matter when you visit. In addition, the Georgia Aquarium offers an expansive educational program for students of all ages.
535 Means Street Northwest Atlanta, GA 30318 +1 404 688 1970
Formerly the Nexus Contemporary Art Center, this significant gallery is now best known by its popular nickname, "The Contemporary." As perhaps the city's most forward-looking source for art, the Contemporary plays host to an enviable roster of exhibits, and also maintains an exemplary collection of the most current and cutting-edge contemporary art. Special events are hosted on a fairly regular basis.
135 West Wieuca Road Northwest Atlanta, GA 30342 +1 404 257 2927
This non-profit fine art gallery exhibits a rotating schedule of the works of local, national, and international artists. Sponsored by the City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs, this charming Buckhead location is convenient to the idyllic grounds of verdant Chastain Park, one of the area's most pleasant civic greens where the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs an annual summer concert series. Exhibitions change seasonally, so be sure to check the current roster for new displays.