Culture

Alliance Theatre

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

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 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 Symphony Hall

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

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

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

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

Gallery See at SCAD

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

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

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

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

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

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

Museum of Design Atlanta

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

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

Rhodes Hall

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

The Varsity

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

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