Designed in 1880, the Trolley Barn is just that — a historic building at 963 Edgewood Avenue NE that once housed Atlanta’s streetcars.  Today it is an event space that includes a serving kitchen, an 800 square-foot mezzanine overlooking the hall, a 2,400 square-foot general purpose room underneath the main hall and a large outdoor brick patio.  It is also home to the yearly Butterfly Ball that takes place during the Inman Park Festival.

The closest MARTA station is Inman Park on the blue/green rail line, which is literally just down the street. Follow the signs pointing to Inman Park after exiting the fare gate at the station (to the right) and at street level, keep walking straight ahead from the stairway/escalators along the bus bay to enter Edgewood Avenue. The Trolley Barn is about a block down on the left.

If commuting from the red or gold line, transfer at Five Points to an eastbound train marked Indian Creek or Candler Park.

RIDER ALERT: The north Inman Park train station exit is closed until March 2019 for renovations, making it difficult to reach the Trolley Barn. We recommend getting a Lyft or Uber ride to the neighborhood, or bus 16 departs from the Five Points MARTA station and travels to the area. Exit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library stop.

More Information

Navigating the Inman Park Station
Historic Sites Near MARTA

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