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Find City Culture

Arts. Trendsetter. Legacy.

Tap into the city’s roots. Atlanta isn’t just another major metropolitan city. It’s a unique, diverse urban landscape made up of nearly 45 distinct neighborhoods.

Distinct Districts

Atlanta is full of unique neighborhoods each bustling with their own personalities. With such a big city to navigate, it’s good to know a few of the hot spots around town.


The city’s central hub is home to world-class attractions and beautiful green spaces. No visit to downtown Atlanta is complete without a trip to Centennial Olympic Park. The 22-acre green space was the world’s gathering place during the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games and is now a year-round destination.


A vibrant urban district, Midtown is full of arts, culture, and entertainment, combining museums and attractions with great shopping and dining. Wander around to see public art murals and installations before stopping into the High Museum of Art, the leading art museum in the Southeast with more than 15,000 pieces of art.


Just north of Midtown sits Buckhead. Known for its shopping, entertainment, and delicious dining options Buckhead has a little bit of everything. The Buckhead Village District is a shopper’s dream. The walkable eight-block complex features high-end shopping from brands like Dior, Hermes, and Christian Louboutin paired with eclectic dining options.

Little Five Points

With an eclectic, Bohemian spirit, Little Five Points boasts street art, vintage stores, and the perfect spot for people watching. Grab a bite at the iconic Vortex, known for its burgers and a large selection of indulgent bar food. Or, take a stroll popping into independent bookstores and vintage apparel shops.

City Roots

Take in the city's rich cultural history and get down to the roots of your ATL.

Atlanta History Center

Located among historic buildings, including Atlanta’s oldest farmhouse, the Atlanta History Center features exhibits on the 1996 Olympics, Atlanta’s railroad history, the Civil War, and Native American history in Georgia.

Old Fourth Ward

A historic neighborhood, the Old Fourth Ward is the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Explore the Civil Rights leader’s life at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park. The 35-acre site includes Dr. King’s birth home and the original Ebenezer Baptist Church.

Food Hall Culture

Food halls are all the rage in Atlanta, with each offering up a completely unique experience.

Ponce City Market

There’s a reason this BeltLine food hall is always busy. Travel the world at Ponce City Market, with offerings from South African to Korean to Italian.

Municipal Market

Visit an Atlanta staple at Municipal Market and sample fresh produce or dishes from one of the 10 most popular eateries in the city.

Krog Street Market

Boasting a variety of coffee shops, cheese markets, meats, and bakeries, Krog Street Market is a true culinary treat.

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