A premier venue for Broadway shows, ballet, concerts, opera, corporate meetings, and other events.
The crypt for King and his wife, Coretta Scott King, is located outside in the stately plaza, but theres not much else to see here.
Locally grown organic produce, specialty groceries, and healthful food-to-go sold by members of a democratically run, politically correct co-op that you can join. Ground zero for the Birkenstock crowd.
In the late ’70s, Atlanta almost allowed a telephone company to demolish one of the city's architectural gems -- and a great concert venue. Everybody thinks "Gone with the Wind" premiered here, but that happened at the Loew's Grand down the street, which did get torn down. The Atlanta Preservation Center leads tours three days a week.
The lavish sets and production values at times risk upstaging the actual shows at Atlanta's biggest and most prestigious theater company, which features the 750-seat Alliance Stage and the more intimate 200-seat Hertz Stage.
Concert venue seats up to 1,100. Mainly features national acts of the indie-rock persuasion.
Though the architecture of this city-within-a-city is a bit sterile, there are some interesting shops, street events, occasional free music and a 16-screen megaplex.
Home to three venues: Vinyl, the Loft, and Center Stage Theater. Live music and theatrical productions.
Atlanta's premier art museum features paintings by artists that range from Claude Monet to Howard Finster. The Richard Meier-designed museum recently was expanded with a stunning addition by another famous architect, Renzo Piano. Upcoming exhibitions include Salvador Dali's later works, European design since 1985, and a Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective.