There’s so much to see and do in the ATL Airport District and beyond! Here are a few hand-picked local spots we know you’ll love.
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When you want to stay close, we’ve got everything you need right here.
Creative cupcakes baked fresh daily, plus coffee and tea in a cozy atmosphere.MAP WEBSITE
Fresh juice and smoothies and healthy snacks are served in this popular local chain's District HQ.MAP WEBSITE
Looking for a first-class microbrewery experience? Stop in for a locally-crafted brew at Arches, right around the corner in Hapeville.MAP WEBSITE
Offering Thai food inspired from family dishes in Bangkok featuring flavorable recipes made to order. Great meeting space for groups.MAP WEBSITE
Johnny’s Chicken & Waffles
From Crystal Smith and Ne-Yo, as well as Karlie Redd from VH1’s Love n’ Hip Hop, this restaurant’s signature menu item is the most popular brunch food in Georgia: chicken & waffles. But don't sleep on their other café goods!MAP WEBSITE
A funky stone-baked pizza chain offering a super-casual good time. Vegan and gluten-free options make it a great place for crowds to split a pie or grab sandwiches or salads.MAP WEBSITE
Check out our restaurant dining guide for more great grub in the area.DOWNLOAD
3731 Main St, College Park, GA 30337, Yoyo Ferro's colorful and whimsical mural, next to Fresh from Earth Herb Tea BarMAP
3468 N Fulton Ave, Hapeville, GA 30354, Charmaine Minniefield's Flowers Divine mural, located on the side of Hapeville City HallMAP
5041 Union St, Union City, GA 30291, William Mitchell's Coca-Cola Mural, on the side of the Styles by Monica salon building.MAP
Things Will Be Great
What’s an Atlanta visit without visiting Atlanta? See everything downtown has to offer, just 10 miles up the road.
Home to the largest tanks in the world, the Georgia Aquarium is the place to see whale sharks, otters, penguins and more.MAP WEBSITE (Discount Link)
Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame
With more than 50 high-tech interactive exhibits and a 45-yard indoor field to run around on, this attraction balances on the line between “museum” and “shrine.”MAP WEBSITE
World of Coca-Cola
Learn about Coke, drink Coke, and experience the brand new Scent Discovery exhibit in this interactive Coca-Cola museum.MAP WEBSITE
Center for Civil and Human Rights
This eye-opening museum connects the U.S. Civil Rights Movement to today's human rights challenges.MAP WEBSITE
See Atlanta from this nearly-20-story ferris wheel, with gondolas that seat up to six.MAP WEBSITE
Check out West Midtown, 15 minutes north, where the cool, artsy kids hang out.
138-acre mixed-use destination featuring dozens of retailers (like Athleta, Nike Unite, and Forever 21), restaurants (like California Pizza Kitchen), rotating exhibits, a bowling alley and a movie theater.MAP WEBSITE
Jeni’s Splendid Ice cream
Treat yourself to a scoop or three in a fresh cone. Features original flavors and local ingredients.MAP WEBSITE
Inman Park AKA
Old Fourth Ward
An up-and-coming neighborhood just east of downtown, about 12 miles away.
Ponce City Market
Uber-trendy converted warehouse that contains a popular food hall with excellent options like Batter Cookie Dough Counter, Skyline Park, H&F Burger, and Honeysuckle Gelato. Individual and group tickets are available for The Roof, with food, entertainment and carnival games.MAP WEBSITE
Krog Street Market
Equally-trendy historic building that now houses a food hall and shops. Check out Superica, The Little Tart Bakeshop, Richard’s Southern Fried and more—and don't miss the graffiti-filled Krog Street Tunnel nearby.MAP WEBSITE
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park
Considered Atlanta’s top tourist destination, this national park includes MLK’s birth home, historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, the King Center and more.MAP WEBSITE
Live It Up In
Upscale shopping, dining and more on the north side of Atlanta proper—approximately 25 minutes north.
This mall includes high-end shops, specialty boutiques and eateries, such as Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton and Prada.MAP WEBSITE
Across the street from Lenox Square, this mall also includes high-end shops, specialty boutiques and eateries, such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Valentino and Gucci—as well as a movie theater and the LEGOLAND Discovery Center.MAP WEBSITE
HERE, THERE AND
These signature attractions are all over the map—but well worth a visit.
Six Flags Over Georgia
Atlanta’s largest, most exciting theme park is about 20 minutes’ drive west and offers 290 acres of thrilling rides for all ages. Check the website in advance to see what ticket or pass discounts might be available.MAP WEBSITE
Fernbank Museum of Natural History
This eye-opening indoor-outdoor experience offers numerous interactive exhibits, old-growth forest trails and an IMAX theater. Various presentations take place each day from up-close animal encounters to live science demos, so take a look at their calendar to plan the best day to go.MAP WEBSITE
High Museum of Art
The High is the leading art museum in the Southeast, with a permanent collection of over 18,000 pieces from all over the world and throughout history. Choose your path through the exhibits wisely—one day isn’t enough to take everything in.MAP WEBSITE
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Experience spectacular gardens, plant collections and art exhibits as you stroll the peaceful trails of our beautiful botanical gardens.MAP WEBSITE