Home of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Baseball Team, The Russ Chandler Stadium is a great place to watch the ramblin wreck in action. Renovated and overhauled in 2002, the facility is one of the best baseball venues in the Atlantic Coast Conference and its located right in the heart of the city on the Georgia Tech campus.
361 17th Street NW Atlanta, GA 30363 +1 404 961 1212
Whether you are planning a fabulous wedding or special event, The Ballroom at Twelve in Atlantic Station is a great choice. The Ballroom at Twelve is not your typical stuffy banquet hall, it is equipped with modern furnishings, venetian-style plaster walls and all the amenities of a boutique hotel. The Twelve Hotel is also known for being a stylish place to stay in the city.
Popular in the 1920s, the Biltmore House was one of the first boutique hotels and apartments in the city of Atlanta. Located in the heart of Midtown, it was certainly a place to be and be seen. The architecture of the building is described as having Neo-Georgian detailing and was a pioneer in the "New South" look that was up and coming during this era. Now it is a historic attraction while much of it has been restored and renovated to house apartments that are still used today.
Grant Field, which houses Bobby Dodd Stadium, is home to the Georgia Tech Football program and houses up to 56,000 fans. Originally built in 1913, Grant Field is the oldest on-campus stadium in NCAA Division 1. Although it has been renovated and built upon for decades, the field still has many of its workings from the original construction. Tech fans pile in to watch the Ramblin Wreck (Yellow Jackets) defeat their ACC opponents. The stadium and field is located in Midtown Atlanta.
848 Peachtree Street Notheast Atlanta, GA 30308 +1 404 870 0805
Part of the Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant chain, this bar has a wide variety of authentic beers. With a seating space of over 450 people, this bar has a scenic view of the Atlanta skyline for their diners as they relish the traditional German beers. Make sure to try the famous garlic fries!
225 North Avenue Northwest Atlanta, GA 30332 +1 404 894 2000
Ranked as one of the top public research universities and highly regarded as one of the best engineering schools in the country, Georgia Tech is in a league of its own. As part of the Atlantic Coast Conference, Georgia Tech has state-of-the-art sports facilities including a massive football stadium where the Yellow Jackets play, swimming facility and top-of-the-line gym just to name a few in the athletic realm of the university. The campus is located in midtown and downtown Atlanta and the campus houses about 31 departments with a strong emphasis on science and technology. The student body consists of over 20,000 students and almost 1,000 faculty members with on and off campus housing, numerous dining halls, libraries, laboratories and event and conference facilities scattered throughout the campus.
155 North Avenue Northwest Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332 +1 404 894 2000
Located near the Georgia Tech campus, this stadium is a popular college-football venue. It can seat up to 55,000 screaming fans, and is the neighbor of the Alexander Memorial Coliseum. Even though horns, drums and music instruments are not allowed inside the stadium, the noise decibels reach alarming heights with screaming fans going berserk on match nights.
1011 A Marietta Street Atlanta, GA 30309 +1 404 892 5477
Midtown is home to many galleries, both large and small, but if you're looking for that Far East flavor, Kiang is the place for you. Work in various mediums from many Eastern cultures is represented on a rotating basis. Specializing in minimalist contemporary pieces, this bold gallery features mostly Asian art by Asian artists, but has recently taken on a nice inventory of contemporary American art, as well. Appointments are available outside of regular gallery hours.
173 14th Street Northeast Atlanta, GA 30309 +1 404 588 9890
Founded in 1984, this non-profit organization is your gateway to metro Atlanta's vibrant performing arts scene. Serving over 100 organizations in nine counties, the Atlanta Coalition for the Performing Arts is the place to call when you want to locate the best that Atlanta theater has to offer. Stop by Midtown's 14th Street Playhouse or call the coalition's local number to learn more about the latest on Atlanta's most exciting cultural events.
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 ...