Inman Park is a historic Atlanta neighborhood full of parks, famous homes and Civil War battles sites. Built as Atlanta’s first suburb in 1890, it was named after Samuel M. Inman, a successful businessman who partnered with engineer Joel Hurt (of the Hurt Building fame) to develop a “rural” neighborhood environment.
Inman Park today is a wealthy and hip part of town with a village featuring condos, apartments, restaurants, shops and access to the BeltLine Eastside Trail. Plus, the neighborhood has its own transit station: Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station on the blue and green rail line.
See below to explore Inman Park destinations and area amenities.
- Little 5 Points
- Horizon Theatre
- Variety Playhouse
- Springvale Park
- Freedom Park
- Krog Street Market
- BeltLine Eastside Trail
- Stone Mountain PATH Trail
- Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum
- Inman Park train station with free daily parking
- Relay Bike rentals at several hubs throughout the neighborhood
- Bus 816 on Freedom Parkway with service to downtown Atlanta, Virginia Highland and Emory University
- Bus 6 with service to Virginia Highland and Emory University
- Multiple bus routes that travel south from the train station to the East Atlanta Village
- The Beltline Eastside Trail provides access to destinations including Ponce City Market, Piedmont Park, Virginia Highland, Cabbagetown adn Glenwood Park.
- The Stone Mountain PATH trail that runs through the neighborhood also goes to downtown Atlanta, Candler Park, Decatur and Stone Mountain.