Culture

7 Stages Theatre

Atlanta's avant-garde playhouse enjoys a sterling national and international reputation for the persistent stylistic daring and moral u

ABV Gallery

A gallery and design agency with a street art bent from artist Greg Mike. Located in an Old Fourth Ward Studioplex loft, it has feature

Academy Theatre

Founded in 1956, Atlanta's oldest theatrical organization that has nurtured such talent as the Tony-award-winning Kenny Leon, has found

Actor's Express Theatre Company

Possibly Atlanta's most exciting theater company, Actor's Express specializes in finding bold new plays and rediscovering classics that

Alan Avery Art Company

A high-end Buckhead gallery that has shown such big guns as Robert Rauschenberg and Roy Lichtenstein and an array of contemporary paint

Alliance Theatre

The lavish sets and production values at times risk upstaging the actual shows at Atlanta's biggest and most prestigious theater compan

Ambient Plus Studio

Its dubbed "Atlanta's newest, oldest, largest, brightest photography studio." As the story goes, Los Angeles photographer Jason Ivany w

AMC Phipps Plaza 14

A a 14-screen cinema located at Atlanta's high-end mall.

Anne Irwin Fine Art

Paintings by regional artists are this Buckhead gallery's focus.

APEX Museum

African-American Panoramic Experience features permanent exhibits depicting history from the perspective of African-Americans. Includes

Archibald Smith Plantation Home

This plantation home in Historic Roswell survived the Civil War as a remnant of Southern history. Besides the two-story farmhouse, slav

The Arena at Gwinnett Center

The Arena at Gwinnett Center stands at the heart of an 80-acre lakefront campus designed to host various events such as concerts, perfo

ART Station

A trolley barn and power station converted into an arts center housing a small theater; art galleries; a children's gallery; dance, mus

Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail

The paved and popular 2.25-mile path is part of the larger 22-mile loop of parks, trails, and transit known as the Atlanta Beltline tha

Atlanta Beltline Northside Trail

With the opening of the Northside Trail in April 2010, the neighborhoods around Collier Hills are now linked by a continuous mile-long

Atlanta Beltline Westside Trail

Enjoy the rustic charm of this former railroad corridor winding behind old warehouses, historic neighborhoods, and under bridges while

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Atlanta's most fragrant attraction blooms with more than 3,000 ornamental plants spread over 30 acres adjacent to Piedmont Park, includ

Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

An essential stop for anyone interested in smartly curated contemporary artwork by a variety of regional, national and international ar

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

At 358 feet long, the Cyclorama claims to be the largest oil painting in the world — and the longest-running art exhibition in U.S. his

Atlanta History Center

Founded in 1926, the center includes the Atlanta History Museum featuring signature and traveling exhibitions, the Tullie Smith Farm, t

Atlanta Lyric Theatre

Founded under the name the Southeastern Savoyards in 1980, this company specializes in musicals, performing larger-scale shows at Ferst

Atlanta Memorial Park

The 200-acre park winds along Peachtree Creek in one of Atlanta's loveliest neighborhoods. It includes a running trail, fields, playgro

Atlanta Photography Group Gallery

If you want to get a read on the variety of approaches and styles in Atlanta's thriving photography scene, you couldn't do better than

Atlanta Printmakers Studio

Imagine the virtual tools of Adobe Photoshop exploded into a physical, hands-on space that feels equal parts urban bohemia and Charles

Atlanta Symphony Hall

Home of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and part of the Woodruff Arts Center.

Atlanta University Center

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this mega-campus straddling MLK Drive encompasses some of the nation's top historic

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Buckhead

This eccentric building was known mostly to locals as the place to park when partying in the Village. But to architects, it was an impo

Autrey Mill Nature Preserve

The 46-acre preserve is a favorite for families and hiking day trips. The Heritage Village maintains the charming rural heritage of a G

The B Complex

A cavernous artist-centric space known for sprawling group exhibitions.

Barrington Hall

Barrington King and his father, Roswell King, co-founded the settlement that became Roswell in the 1830s. Barrington's home on a rise o

The Basement Theatre

The Basement Theatre hosts improv comedy shows every Friday and Saturday.

Beep Beep Gallery

This tiny, tiny space features cutting-edge work by a great mix of young, emerging artists with smaller pieces cleverly stored in old r

Besharat Gallery

The Castleberry Hill gallery is located in an 1885 building reminiscent of a European Salon.

The Breman Jewish Heritage & Holocaust Museum

Extensive documents and profiles record Atlanta's Jewish history, making the museum the largest of its kind in the Southeast. Particula

Brook Run Park

Dunwoody's largest park is comprised of more than 100 acres, featuring a dog park, skate park, community garden, children's playground,

Brookhaven Park

One of the city's largest greenspaces, Brookhaven Park is popular with dog lovers. It's central to the neighborhood and within walking

Bulloch Hall

The 1840 home of President Theodore Roosevelt's mother, Mittie Bulloch, serves as cultural center with photographs and documents from t

C4 and FUSE Arts Center

It's one thing to make art. It's another thing entirely to make a living making art. Go to art school and you'll spend plenty of time f

Cabbagetown Park

The site of the former Grant School, now Cabbagetown Park, marked the last option for developing a substantial swath of greenspace with

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center

A community arts center that also features a rotating schedule of exhibitions focused on local artists working in a variety of media.

Candler Park

A 55-acre greenspace with outdoor pool, tennis courts, playground, picnic area, and recently restored soccer field sits in the middle o

Candler Park Golf Course

The nine-hole course is one of a handful of city-owned courses in Atlanta. It sits on 55 acres of greenspace that Coca-Cola founder Asa

Cascade Family Skating

If the neon cascade sign looks familiar, that's because Cascade Family Skating served as a primary shoot location for the 2006 movie

Cascade Springs Nature Preserve

Established in 1979 with city, state and federal funds, the 120-acre woodland and former Creek Indian settlement features steep incline

Centennial Olympic Park

The best thing to come out of the 1996 Olympics is this stately public plaza with dancing fountains, cool light towers, and a variety o

Chastain Park

Its 320 acres include a running/cycling path, tennis courts, an 18-hole public golf course, as well as an art gallery. Most notable is

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (Colu

It's hard to go wrong with any of the 'Hooch's national recreation areas. For sheer versatility — and convenience — Columns Drive and J

CinéBistro at Town Brookhaven

Dine-in movie watching. Arrive 30 minutes early for in-theater food service and a full bar.

Cinefest Film Theatre

Georgia State University's student-run theater. Cheap tickets, an experimental spirit, and one of the few places left that still shows

Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries

There is an exquisite series of Hale Woodruff (founder of the art department) murals outside this intimate gallery space, which feature

CNN Center

Site of CNN's world headquarters and the Atlanta bureau office. Attractions include Inside CNN Studio Tour, retail shops, and restauran

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

A premier venue for Broadway shows, ballet, concerts, opera, corporate meetings, and other events — including some shows you'd normally

College Football Hall of Fame

Gridiron devotees will can explore the new Downtown hall's exhibits filled with historic memorabilia, learn about their alma mater’s fo

CORE Studios

Professionals teach classes and perform for members the local community.

Dalton Gallery

Agnes Scott College-affiliated gallery that features an eclectic array of group shows from both local and national artists working in a

Decatur Cemetery

The 58-acre cemetery located just off Decatur's town square is the oldest known publicly owned burial ground in metro Atlanta. With mor

Decatur Market and Gallery

The co-op for Georgia artists opened in October 2008 in the former home of Boswell Gallery. Artists sell their wares out front (hence t

Defoor Centre and Art Gallery

An event venue with unique galleries that are ideal for weddings and other events.

DeKalb History Center

Sponsors public outreach programs such as historic walking tours, rotating exhibits, and archives.

Dick Lane Velodrome

At the time of its construction in 1974, which was inspired by the Munich Olympics, the Velodrome was one of only two tracks of its kin

Earl Smith Strand Theatre

Take in a classic movie or concert at the beautiful 1930s art deco Strand Theatre.

Ebenezer Baptist Church

The historic church sanctuary where the young Martin Luther King Jr. was baptized and later preached with his father is open for tours

Eddie's Attic

A venue for aspiring singer/songwriters and the folkie set, Eddie's has shows almost nightly and is famous for its biannual Open Mic Sh

Emory University

Spread across more than 600 acres, Emory is among the nation's top 25 universities, according to U.S. News and World Report.

Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery

Since its inception in 1998, Eyedrum has been a diverse venue for creative arts programming. For years it was ground zero for Atlanta's

Fernbank Museum of Natural History

The spectacularly designed museum is a classic rainy-day destination for legions of children and their parents. It features an IMAX the

Ferst Center for the Arts

Located within the heart of Georgia Tech, the Ferst Center is a state-of-the-art facility that hosts a diverse range of musical and cul

Findley Plaza

In the market for some poetry or hobo handicrafts? Perhaps you'd like to play hacky sack or get a brochure about Zendik Farm. Or you ju

Folk Art Park

Folk Art Park pays homage to the rich and deep tradition of Southern folk art. Ranging from a large-scale installation based on quilt-m

Fox Theatre

In the late ’70s, Atlanta almost allowed a telephone company to demolish one of the city's architectural gems — and a great concert ven

Freedom Park

Spanning a whopping 210 acres, this is one of the largest city parks in Atlanta. Dog walkers can admire the park's permanent art instal

Gallery See at SCAD

Changing exhibitions at Savannah College of Art and Design - Atlanta.

Georgia Aquarium

The world's largest aquarium has more aquatic life than any other aquarium from 500 species, including whale sharks, the largest fish i

Georgia Dome

The world's largest cable-supported dome is home to the Falcons, the Final Four, and countless monster-truck rallies. That is, until Fa

Georgia Ensemble Theatre

Classy productions of middle-of-the-road comedies, musical revues, and theatrical chestnuts mark this Roswell playhouse.

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia Tech is one of the nation's top research universities. Undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered in the Colleges of Archit

Georgia Shakespeare

Formerly the Georgia Shakespeare Festival, this company goes beyond the bard to offer slick, reliable, and at times surprising producti

Georgia State Capitol

The fourth floor is the weirdest free museum in town, with its famous two-headed calf, stuffed wildlife, and a diorama celebrating Geor

Georgia State University

Once a commuter school with little character, Georgia State has become a more complete university with new dorms and a strong commitmen

The Goat Farm Arts Center

Originally a cotton-gin manufacturer, the Goat Farm is a Westside haven for working artists and performance companies, a frequent loca

Grant Park

The 131-acre greenspace that gave the surrounding neighborhood its name is arguably the city's most mellow and picturesque. On weekends

Grocery on Home

This tiny, nontraditional music venue located in, yes, a former neighborhood grocery store hosts intimate performances. Attendance is l

Hagedorn Foundation Gallery

Nonprofit gallery has extended the scope of photography and photo-based art in Atlanta focusing on contemporary practices which foregro

Hammonds House Museum

An institution devoted to artists of African descent in a historic 1872 home once owned by Dr. Otis Thrash Hammonds. Regular exhibition

Heritage Sandy Springs

Heritage Sandy Springs is a 4-acre park located in the heart of Sandy Springs. Take in the gardens or museum on a sunny afternoon, or h

Herndon Home

Although born a slave, Alonzo Herndon was a barbershop mogul and the richest black man in Atlanta by the beginning of the 20th century.

High Museum of Art

Atlanta's premier art museum features paintings by artists that range from Claude Monet to Howard Finster. The Richard Meier-designed m

The Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge

Located in the basement of the eclectic Highland Inn, the Ballroom Lounge is one of the best hangouts in the area and hosts a regular r

Historic Fourth Ward Park

A harbinger of things to come along Atlanta's Beltline, this 17-acre park is an intown gem featuring a skate park, retention pond, and

Historic Fourth Ward Skate Park

Atlanta's first public skate park was christened by the legendary Tony Hawk, who awarded $25,000 toward the project's completion. This

Horizon Theatre

An intimate 200-seat theater. A gift for sparkling comedy marks this scrappy Little Five Points playhouse, dedicated to finding intrigu

Hudgens Center for the Arts

The Hudgens Center is known to Duluth residents as part of the sprawling Gwinnett Center, a multipurpose complex running along an other

Inman Park

Atlanta's first suburb circa 1890 is home to annual Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes. After the Civil War, Inman Park became Atlan

Ivy Hall

Ivy Hall is the writing and cultural arts center of SCAD Atlanta and sits on a small hilltop at the corner of Ponce de Leon and Piedmon

Jackson Fine Art Gallery

One of the region's premiere photography galleries, Jackson features cutting-edge work by local and national artists, and an array of h

Jimmy Carter Library and Museum

Presidential Library system and museum with special exhibitions and a permanent collection that features photographs and historic memor

John A. White Park & Golf Course

The 106-acre park contains a 40-acre, nine-hole golf course that remains a bit of a hidden gem in southwest Atlanta, despite its prime

Kai Lin Art Gallery

A contemporary gallery that hosts quality exhibitions with a focus on emerging local artists who work with photography, sculpture, and

Kashi Atlanta

Candler Park ashram that offers a packed daily yoga calendar so there's always a class available whether you like your yoga at sunrise

Kavarna Coffee

Serves coffee, as well as food, beer, and wine. At night, local residents can enjoy music and literary events.

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

A 2,965-acre park and museum on the site of the 1864 Civil War Campaign for Atlanta.

KFC (The Big Chicken)

It's kind of poetic that one of the most famous landmarks in Marietta — arguably the most stereotypically "suburban" of metro Atlanta's

King Plow Arts Center

Performance and exhibition spaces in a cool 100-plus-year-old former iron and steel foundry. The daring Actor's Express Theatre Company

Krog Street Tunnel

If Atlanta was known for a tunnel, this would be it. The constantly changing mesh of street art and pedestrians is almost a living embo

Kudzu Art Zone

Tucked away along Carlyle Street in historic downtown Norcross, this gallery doubles as the Norcross Art Gallery.

Lake Avondale

A small lake located in the heart of Avondale Estates with a lovely landscaped walking path around its perimeter.

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema

A cool place to watch a movie and enjoy some beer and/or wine. Known for showing the foreign films, indie films, and documentaries that

Laughing Skull Lounge

Atlanta's best full-time option for seeing stand-up is an intimate venue tucked away in the back of Midtown's Vortex Bar & Grill. The L

Lenox Park

A nice-size park with a trail for running, jogging, or walking. While slightly less known to non-residents, Lenox Park is well-known to

Lips Atlanta

A new drag dinner theater on Buford Highway. The place, one of four in the country (New York, San Diego, and Fort Lauderdale), is ripe

Little Tree Art Studios

Gallery and performance space that features shows by local visual artists, dancers, musicians, and more.

The Low Museum of Contemporary Culture

A gallery and co-op space for contemporary art, lecture series, drunken critiques, workshops, talks, and a couch just for sitting. Run

Lullwater Park

Located at the heart of Emory's campus, this park is free to the public during daylight hours. On warm days, the park is full of runner

The Mammal Gallery

The Downtown music venue, art space, and burgeoning community center has become one of the most exciting additions to South Broad Stree

Marcia Wood Gallery

One of the best and longest-running forums for contemporary work in the city. Marcia Wood Gallery shows a great selection of regional a

Margaret Mitchell House

The house where much of Gone with the Wind was written beckons to tourists and native Atlantans alike who want to understand mor

The Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum: Sc

Marietta has nothing to do with Gone with the Wind — not the book, the movie or its fictional setting. But a local doctor had a

Marietta Museum of History

A small museum on the second floor of an 1845 building that houses exhibits on subjects as varied as the Dahlonega gold rush, the famou

Marietta National Cemetery

Located on 23 acres, the national cemetery was established in 1866 to provide a resting place for more than 10,000 Union soldiers kille

Marietta Square

Most tourists visit the square for its well-stocked antique shops, but there are some unique stores here that can’t be found elsewhere.

Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art

Located just off the Marietta Square in a renovated historic Classical Revival building (the city’s former post office, no less), the M

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

This strip of destinations along Auburn Avenue provides a variety of ways to learn about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and leg

Mason Murer Fine Art

The 24,000-square-foot space brings the big-box retail concept to the gallery scene at the local art superstore centered on emerging an

Michael C. Carlos Museum

The building, designed by star-chitect Michael Graves, houses the Southeast's largest collection of ancient art from Egypt, Greece, Rom

MINT Gallery

A cozy indie gallery with a penchant for all things DIY, MINT Gallery is a nonprofit arts space that supports local and emerging artist

Morningside Nature Preserve

Formerly called the Wildwood Forest, it's a 31-acre woodland plot that was saved after citizens fought to protect the rare and pristine

Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia

An important collecting and exhibiting institution for a vast pool of regional artists, this beautifully conceived space gives the work

Museum of Design Atlanta

A Smithsonian-affiliated gallery that has featured shows on artist-designed furniture, Japanese product design, lunch boxes, and eco-fr

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Atlanta's newest museum near the World of Coca-Cola is designed to pay tribute to men and women who have fought for equality and justic

Nelson Street Gallery/Erikson Clock

Satellite venue for Westside arts hub the Goat Farm intended to cross-pollinate artists, scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. Eri

The New American Shakespeare Tavern

Enjoy beer and Americanized versions of English pub food along with boisterous, student-friendly productions of Shakespeare classics an

Oakland Cemetery

Atlanta's most historic and picturesque cemetery contains the bones of Margaret Mitchell, Bobby Jones, enslaved individuals, and nearly

Oglethorpe University

The small liberal arts college is graced with a beautiful campus of granite and concrete neo-gothic buildings. The school was founded i

Oglethorpe University Museum of Art

An intimate 7,000-square-foot space that focuses on a diverse roster of international work centered on everything from Tibetan art and

Olmsted Park

The result of a public-private partnership between the City of Atlanta, DeKalb County, and Fernbank Inc. that includes six segments — O

Onstage Atlanta

The small theater company has had a long but turbulent life since its founding in 1971. It has undergone numerous changes in leadership

Out of Hand Theater

A wildly creative theater founded by Emory grads brimming with youthful enthusiasm, located in East Atlanta Village.

Outdoor Activity Center

This 26-acre urban nature preserve includes about 2 miles of trails, as well as a team-building ropes course, and a children’s nature-t

Paris on Ponce

This part antique shop, part housewares store, and part event facility sits in a sprawling, eccentric, and Gallic-flavored space.

Philips Arena

Hawks basketball and arena-filling stars like the Boss, Britney, and Jay Z under one roof.

Piedmont Park

The 200-plus acre park with tennis, walking trails, and a pond has been Atlanta's place to go on a Sunday afternoon since it was first

Plaza Theatre

The beloved, long-running cinema in Poncey-Highland continues to screen movies and host film festivals. First opened in 1939, the Plaza

Poem 88

Tucked behind a burger chain in a high-end shopping center, Poem 88 is easy to miss. The gallery doesn't exhibit the biggest names in A

The Process Theatre

Theater that shows new and already established works.

The Punchline

Scope out the glossy head shots that line the walls of this barely OTP comedy institution and you’ll see that everyone from John Stewar

Ragamuffin Music Hall

Ragamuffin Music Hall opened 2006 and hosts open mics and local and traveling musicians.

Raiford Gallery

Judie Raiford's eponymous gallery occupies a stunning, barnlike building erected, Amish-style, in 1995. The gallery carries contemporar

Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 & IMAX

Mega movie complex located in Atlantic Station.

Rhodes Hall

Modeled after Rhineland castles, this Richardsonian, Romanesque-style mansion was built in 1904 for furniture magnate Amos Rhodes and f

Rialto Center for the Arts

Gorgeous concert hall at Georgia State University that hosts an eclectic mix of dance, film, theater and music events, as well as art e

Robert C. Williams Paper Museum

A Georgia Tech exhibition space devoted to works of paper, workshops of the same nature, and a small collection of tools and the like.

Sandler Hudson Gallery

Located in Westside, this gallery specializes in both old-school and emerging Atlanta and Southeastern artists working in a variety of

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

The 90,000-square-foot facility includes a world-class concert hall, a dance studio, and a theater lab.

Six Flags White Water

The South's largest water park featuring water slides, wave pool, and Cliffhanger, one of the tallest freefalls in the world. Real spe

Sky Zone Roswell Indoor Trampoline Park

Dubbed "the world's first indoor trampoline park," Sky Zone's Roswell location has been up and running since 2012. It's your go-to loca

SkyView Atlanta

The age of the Ferris wheel in Downtown is upon us, Atlanta. The 18-story attraction known as SkyView Atlanta takes guests on a 15-minu

Southeastern Railway Museum

This museum features two trains in the exhibit hall, more than 70 pieces of retired railway rolling stock, and train rides aboard resto

Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive Histor

A Smithsonian affiliate with tours of collections related to railroads during the Civil War including the General, Civil War re-

Southwest Arts Center

The name doesn’t convey just how impressive the 27-acre campus is. It's rolling with greenspace and boasts a spacious yet intimate 375-

Spelman College Museum of Fine Art

A venue for cutting-edge contemporary and often socially relevant work. Features such well-known artists as Carrie Mae Weems, Iona Roze

Spruill Center for the Arts

Founded in 1975, this nonprofit organization offers a number of art classes and programs suitable for all ages and special needs, inclu

Stankonia Studios

From the outside, the industrial complex and former home of Bobby Brown's Bosstown Recording Studios on Antone Street doesn't look like

Starlight Drive-In Theatre

Open since 1949, Starlight Drive-In nearly always guarantees a joyous communal experience, no matter whom you’re with, what snacks you’

Stone Mountain Park

The world's largest mass of exposed granite is the centerpiece of this park, which features golf courses, hiking trails, camping, swimm

Swan Coach House Gallery

Scrape the prissy surface of this plantation-like Buckhead setting and you'll find a variety of wonderful small group and solo shows fe

Synchronicity Theatre

Female-focused theater company founded in the ’90s. Synchronicity stages original productions at various locations around town.

The Tabernacle

Former church turned rock (as well as boxing and comedy) venue has gothic ambiance to spare, and some inviting bar and lounge spaces.

Tannery Row Artist Colony

Historic 13-acre facility, former home of the Bona Allen Shoe and Horse Collar Factory. Built at the turn of the century, these buildin

TEW Galleries

Longtime Atlanta art figure Timothy Tew's revamped, high-style, multifloored gallery is as much about the decor as it is about the glob

Theatrical Outfit, The Balzer Theater at Herren's

Having moved into a 200-seat performance space Downtown, this long-running Atlanta theater has begun staging more risky shows alongside

Tough Love Yoga

Be warned: There’s no crying in Tough Love Yoga, but “yogis” of all ages and levels are welcome at Neda Honarvar’s studio. The Great Yo

TULA Art Center and Galleries

TULA currently is home to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (MOCA), several galleries, and over 30 working artists' studios. Wo

Turner Field

The Ted's more impressive, architecturally speaking, than the old home of the Braves, Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, a piece of which n

Underground Atlanta

The nearly 12 acre-complex featuring historic renovated storefronts and cobblestone streets opened in 1969, billing itself as a "city u

Uptown Comedy Corner

The longest-running African-American comedy club in Atlanta, Uptown Comedy Corner has featured Chris Rock, the Wayans Brothers, Steve H

Variety Playhouse

A concert venue that seats up to 1,100 and features national acts of the indie-rock persuasion.

The Varsity

Atlanta's iconic drive-in restaurant since 1928. The menu includes hot dogs, burgers, chili, fries, and the famous Frosted Orange. Cust

Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

Built by the Woodruff Arts Center as a suburban venue for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre also has a sche

The Village Theatre

Since 2008 this hole-in-the-wall comedy venue has hosted improv comedy multiple nights a week as well as stand-up and sketch comedy.

Waffle House Museum

You heard right, we said, "Waffle House Museum." In 1955, neighbors Joe Roger Sr. and Tom Forkner embarked on a plan to smother and cov

Wall Crawler Rock Club

Wall Crawler Rock Club offers more than 8,800 square feet of indoor rock climbing surface to climbers in the Atlanta. Expect a laid-bac

West End Performing Arts Center

The vision of the West End Performing Arts Center is to continue to support the Fulton Council’s mission of enhancing the quality

Westside Cultural Arts Center

Owner/spine surgeon Dr. James Chappuis conceived the Westside Cultural Arts Center and tapped storied Atlanta art dealer and collector

Westview Cemetery

By far the city's largest, this sprawling cemetery dates back to 1884 and contains tombs for such notables as Joel Chandler Harris, Hen

Whitespace

Local art enthusiast Susan Bridges mostly features exhibitions devoted to emerging Atlanta artists in her Victorian Inman Park home.

Wolf Creek Amphitheater

Amphitheater in southwest Atlanta that hosts jazz, hip-hop, and R&B performers.

WonderRoot

A nonprofit arts and service organization, WonderRoot is a community meeting place, art gallery, and event space located on the souther

Woodruff Arts Center

Any journey into Atlanta art should begin —but certainly not end — at the Woodruff Arts Center. Look to the Woodruff's High Museum for

Woodruff Park

Woodruff Park is a 6-acre Downtown space that is used by more than 5 million people each year. There's a large fountain on the north si

World of Coca-Cola

The new soda-pop museum, next to Centennial Olympic Park, is slicker than the old one — but still basically a big interactive commercia

Wren's Nest

The home of Joel Chandler Harris, author of the Uncle Remus tales, has recently undergone a revival shepherded by a descendant of the p

Zoo Atlanta

The zoo houses more than 1,000 animals, including elephants, Sumatran tigers, black rhinos, zebras, and Chantek, the first orangutan to

Zuckerman Museum of Art

A $3 million, 9,200-square-foot addition to Kennesaw State University's arts district that opened in spring 2014. The ZMA showcases wor


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