Experience Midtown Atlanta on an eclectic walking tour and see where the city combines commercial, residential, nature and the arts into one vibrant, urban mix

This is primarily a walking tour and does not include entry to ticketed locations

In case of inclement weather, your tour will be adapted to a driving tour

Stops on your DTour will include:

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

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

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

  • The Temple & Peachtree Christian - the oldest Jewish congregation in Atlanta also played a part in the film Driving Miss Daisy. Located across the street is a 1920’s Gothic Cathedral used as a location for Captain America Civil War

  • Center for Puppetry Arts - the largest museum in the US devoted to the art form with a special wing dedicated to Jim Henson and The Muppets

  • High Museum of Art and MODA - the largest art museum in the Southeast includes exterior works by Rodin & Lichtenstein. Located across the street is the Museum of Design devoted to celebrating all things design.

  • Rhodes Hall and Wimbish House - two of the few remaining early 20th century homes located on Atlanta’s main thoroughfare, Peachtree Street

  • Public Art - includes works by Daniel Webster, the designer of the Lincoln Memorial, a sculpture donated to Atlanta by Prince Charles, and one of the the city’s newest public pieces, Autoeater

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