MARTA to the Cyclorama

The Cyclorama is a historic painting depicting the Battle of Atlanta. It was completed in 1886, moved to Atlanta in 1892, was formerly on display next to Zoo Atlanta and now has a new home at the Atlanta History Center in Buckhead. The Buckhead MARTA station on the red line is closest to the history center, but is a 30-minute walk away. Explore transit options below.

Train + Lyft/Uber

The quickest commute option is to take a red or gold line train to the Lindbergh Center MARTA station and request a Lyft or Uber car there. The car ride is less than 10 minutes, and you can avoid some of the heavy Buckhead traffic by getting a car at this location.


Bus 110 stops near the Atlanta History Center at the intersection of Peachtree Street and West Paces Ferry Road. Board the bus along Peachtree Road or at the Buckhead, Arts Center or Brookhaven MARTA stations. It is free to ride the bus if you are transferring from a train. For the shortest commute, get on the bus at the Buckhead MARTA station on the red line. Follow signs to the Peachtree Road exit and take the first stairway or elevator to street level after exiting the fare gate. Wait for the bus there. Once on the bus, you can use Google Maps to get information on when to exit the bus or tell your driver you’d like to exit at West Paces Ferry Road. Note that there is still a 10-minute walk to the history center once you exit the bus.


It’s about a 30-minute walk to the history center from the Buckhead MARTA station. Follow the same directions above to reach the Peachtree Street exit. Turn right at street level, walk about 20 minutes, then turn right again on East Paces Ferry Road and walk another 10 minutes.

More Information

How to Ride MARTA Buses
5 MARTA Stations for History Buffs
Historic Sites along the Streetcar Route