What do you want to do today?
Midtown — Arts District
Catch a dance show, stand-up comedy act, concert, musical performance, and more in this restored, 1920s-era theater, featuring a 3,600-pipe organ.
High Museum of Art
Marvel at this museum’s diverse collection of art, which ranges from historic folk art to contemporary design.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Take in a performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as kid-friendly orchestra pieces and more.
Enjoy a live performance of a musical or play at this local neighborhood theater.
Atlanta Botanical Garden
Spend some time wandering this 30-acre botanical garden, first planted in 1976 and neighboring Piedmont Park.
Piedmont Park Conservancy
Take in skyline views from this gorgeous city park, which plays host to off-leash dog parks, educational gardens, jogging paths, outdoor markets, a public pool, playgrounds, and more.
Tucked inside a quaint stone house inside Piedmont Park, this eclectic eatery is the perfect spot to enjoy seafood, burgers, and tacos, surrounded by the park’s immaculate greens.
Belly up to the bar at this local brewery and order what’s on tap, a mix of rotating draughts and perennial favorites.
Old Fourth Ward
Ponce City Market
Once the location of Sears Roebuck & Company department store, this historic structure now houses a market, a food hall, retail shops, and more.
Walk or bike this historic rail corridor, parts of which have recently been converted into multi-use trails and urban green space.
New Realm Brewing
Admire city skyline views from this brewpub’s rooftop while you munch on pub food and sip craft beers on tap.
Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall
You’ll feel like you’re attending a vintage summer camp at this kitschy bar and restaurant, which specializes in “elevated campfire cuisine.”