Grant Park is one of Atlanta’s historic intown neighborhoods near downtown Atlanta and the the King Memorial MARTA station on the blue and green rail line. Victorian homes and bungalows in the area date back to the late 1800s, when the land purchased by Lemuel P. Grant in 1843 was subdivided. The neighborhood also features a large park of the same name that contains Zoo Atlanta.
- Grant Park (the park)
- Zoo Atlanta
- Atlanta Diaries
- Chomp and Stomp
- Oakland Cemetery events
- Summer Shade Festival
- Bars (Augustine’s, Six Feet Under, Tin Lizzy’s, Mezcalitos, Republic Social House)
- King Memorial train station with easy access to downtown Atlanta (typically no parking at the station)
- Relay Bike rentals at multiple hubs in the neighborhood
- Bus 9 to South Dekalb Mall or service from Boulevard to the King Memorial train station
- Bus 21 to downtown Atlanta, Kirkwood and South Decatur
- Bus 809 to the WellStar Medical Center, Trader Joes, Piedmont Park
- Bus 832 to Summerhill, Georgia State Stadium and West End
- Bus 899 to the Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site, WellStar Medical Center, Historic Old Fourth Ward Park, Ponce City Market
- BeltLine Trail (currently not completed in Grant Park, but get on the trail in nearby Glenwood Park for easy access to Cabbagetown, Inman Park, Ponce City Market, Virginia Highland and Piedmont Park.