The Inman Park Festival takes place the last weekend in April next to the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. There’s a large parade on Saturday at 2 p.m. and all weekend long you can enjoy music on several stages and a large artist market in the historic Victorian neighborhood.
There are several ways to get to the Inman Park Festival without a car:
Take a blue line train to the Inman Park MARTA station. If you are traveling from the red or gold line, exit at Five Points and follow the signs to the eastbound platform. Board a train labeled “Indian Creek” and take it to the Inman Park station, which is only three stops away. When you reach the station, turn right after exiting the fare gates and follow the signs pointing to Inman Park.
For real-time train arrivals to better plan your commute, download and use the MARTA on the Go app.
Park and Ride
Candler Park, East Lake and Avondale stations all have free parking lots near Inman Park (click links to get driving directions). Additionally, for those traveling from the perimeter, the H.E. Holmes station (west side) and Indian Creek station (east side) are near I-285 and are on the same line as the Inman Park station.
View MARTA parking for more options.
MARTA bus 6 travels to the Inman Park station from the Lindbergh Center station via Lindbergh Drive, Briarcliff Road, Clifton Road and Moreland Avenue if you live in the surrounding neighborhoods, including around Emory University and in Virginia/Poncey Highland.
If you live in East Atlanta, board bus 4, 34 or 107 in the East Atlanta Village to get to Inman Park.
Pay $2.50 cash to ride the bus if you don’t have a Breeze Card and use the MARTA on the Go app to view bus schedules and real-time location of buses on a map.
Have a bike? Ride to the festival via the BeltLine Eastside Trail, The Path or Edgewood Avenue bike lane. The BeltLine is great option for Midtown and Virginia Highland commuters or use the PATH if you are commuting from downtown, Candler Park or Decatur.