Only have a few hours in the city and can’t figure out what to see? Let us handle the driving as we pack in a 3-hour ‘Best Of’ to give you a comprehensive overview of Atlanta

This is primarily a driving tour and does not include entry to any ticketed attractions 


  • Peachtree Street - located along Atlanta’s main thoroughfare is one of the South’s oldest private clubs, several historic churches and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history

  • Fairlie Poplar Historic District - the historic commercial heart of the city includes architectural styles popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries including Atlanta’s Flatiron Building, completed 5 years prior to NYC’s

  • Centennial Olympic Park - built for the ‘96 Olympics, this 75-acre urban park has become the hub for the city’s tourist attractions including The World of Coke, Georgia Aquarium, National Center for Civil Rights and CNN

  • Mercedes Benz Stadium - home of the Falcons and Atlanta United, this architectural marvel is host to the 2019 Super Bowl


  • The Margaret Mitchell House - the apartment where the Pulitzer-Prize winning author lived and wrote Gone With The Wind

  • Fox Theater & Georgian Terrace - a lavishly restored 1920’s movie palace, and one of Atlanta’s oldest hotels which hosted the premiere gala for Gone With the Wind

  • Ansley Park - this neighborhood was the birthplace of Margaret Mitchell and features winding roads, beautiful landscaping and a variety of architecture predominantly from the early 20th century

  • Piedmont Park - Atlanta’s Central Park, this almost 200-acre greenspace is also home to the Atlanta Botanical Gardens


  • Tuxedo Park - see some of the finest architecture in the city in this exclusive neighborhood that’s home to the GA Governor’s Mansion

  • The Swan House - built in the 1920’s this stunning estate has been used in several films including The Hunger Games


  • Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site - the district includes the birthplace, church, and final resting place of the leader of the Civil Rights movement

  • Jimmy Carter Presidential Library - home to the museum honoring the 39th President of the United States

  • Ponce City Market - the largest brick building in the Southeast was a 2 million sq ft Sears distribution facility. Now Atlanta’s largest adaptive reuse project houses a vibrant mix of restaurants, shops, apartments and offices


  • Cabbagetown - one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South, the industrial site has been renovated to a loft community surrounded by a neighborhood of restored millworkers ‘shotgun’ houses

  • Inman Park - Atlanta’s 1st planned ‘suburb’ contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th century including the home of the founder of Coca-Cola

  • Grant Park - Atlanta’s oldest city park, home to Zoo Atlanta and a large collection of restored Victorian and Craftsman homes

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