Centennial Olympic Park is a greenspace in downtown Atlanta closest to the Peachtree Center MARTA station on red/gold lines and the Dome/GWCC/Philips Arena station on the blue/green lines. Explore water fountains, gardens, a playground and events including Wednesday WindDown concerts, Fourth of July fireworks and festivals such as the Sweetwater 420 Fest and Shaky Knees.
Super Bowl Live is taking place in the park from Jan. 26 to Feb. 2 and will feature free concerts.
Things to Know
- Both nearby rail stations are less than a 10-minute walk away from the park.
- The nearby CNN Center and Peachtree Center have public restrooms and food courts.
- The Atlanta Streetcar also stops next to the park — great to pair with a visit to the MLK Jr. Historic Site.
- The Fountain of Rings show occurs four times a day, with water displays set to music. View times. Otherwise, kids can play in the fountain.
Peachtree Center Directions
- After getting off the train, follow signs to the John Portman exit.
- Exit the fare gates and look for the Peachtree Street West escalator.
- At street level, turn right on Peachtree Street.
- At the first intersection turn right again (west) to walk down Andrew Young International Blvd. to reach the center of the park near the fountains (see map).
Tip: If you are heading to the playground, follow the above directions but turn left at street level, then left again on Harris Street/John Portman Boulevard for a slightly shorter walk.
Dome Station Directions
- Follow the signs pointing to Philips Arena to exit the station.
- Go up the tall escalators and turn right at street level for stairs up to Centennial Olympic Park Drive. (Or turn left for a ramp).
- Walk down Centennial Olympic Park Drive to reach the park (about a block away). Philips Arena will be on your left.