MARTA to Hyatt Place Centennial Park

Hyatt Place Centennial Park is a new downtown Atlanta hotel in walking distance of the GWCC/CNN MARTA station. It’s across the street from the Georgia Aquarium and near Centennial Olympic Park, World of Coca-Cola, State Farm Arena and the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. View transit options below. Train + Walking Directions Take a blue or green line […]

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MARTA to the Decatur Cemetery

The Decatur Cemetery, near the Decatur MARTA station, is on the National Register of Historic Places, with old burial sites, greenspace, pond and trail that leads to the nearby Glenlake Park. Second Sunday strolls and some ghost tours are offered seasonally. Walking time is approximately 8 minutes from the train station. Directions Take a blue […]

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MARTA to the John Lewis Mural

The John Lewis Mural in Atlanta is painted on a building in downtown Atlanta at 219 Auburn Ave NE, about a 10-minute walk from the Georgia State MARTA station on the blue and green rail lines. In the historic Sweet Auburn district, there are several other sites to visit nearby including the Sweet Auburn Curb Market […]

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MARTA to Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q

One of Atlanta’s top barbecue restaurants, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q at 1238 Dekalb Avenue is about three blocks away from the Candler Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. Follow the signs to the North Parking lot after exiting the train, and at street level, walk toward the stoplight on Dekalb Avenue. Continue straight ahead […]

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MARTA to Springvale Park

Springvale Park is a large neighborhood park and historic site near the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue and green rail lines. In addition to walking trails, pond and a large playground, the park is a Civil War site. Directions Take a blue or green line train to the Inman Park station Follow the […]

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MARTA to the Mercedes-Benz Stadium

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. It is conveniently next to the Vine City and GWCC/CNN MARTA stations on the blue and green rail lines. In addition to football and soccer games, large concerts and other events also take place here, including the 2020 NCAA Final Four. Things […]

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MARTA to Chomp and Stomp

Chomp and Stomp is annual chili cook-off and festival in Cabbagetown in between the Inman Park and King Memorial MARTA stations. In addition to plenty of chili tasting, enjoy live bluegrass music or run the 5K. There are several ways to get to the festival without driving (and you don’t want to drive anyhow because […]

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MARTA to Eddie’s Attic

Eddie’s Attic is an acoustic music venue in downtown Decatur at 515 N McDonough Street. In addition to a listening room, the venue also has a restaurant and rooftop patio. Take a blue line train to the Decatur MARTA station, transferring at Five Points to an eastbound “Indian Creek” train if you are traveling from the […]

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MARTA to the Decatur Public Library

The Dekalb County Public Library at 215 Sycamore Street is a short walk away from the Decatur MARTA station on the blue rail line. The library features of variety of programs including classes, movies, author talks and book discussions. MARTA Directions Take a blue line train to the Decatur MARTA station. Transfer at Five Points to […]

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MARTA to the Krog Street Market

The Krog Street Market is an indoor market with dining and retail inside part of the historic Stove Works factory complex at 99 Krog Street. You can shop for specialty gifts and items, enjoy a beer at Hop City or grab a bite to eat one of many restaurants — both casual counters and sit-down table-service eateries. […]

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Living in the Inman Park Neighborhood

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 […]

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MARTA to the Grant Mansion

The Lemuel P. Grant or L.P. Grant Mansion is a historic Atlanta home in Grant Park at 327 St. Paul Avenue. Grant was a civic leader, major landowner and railroad engineer in the early days of Atlanta. Today the house is one of very few antebellum structures in the city, built in 1856, and was the birth […]

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Grant Park Neighborhood

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 […]

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MARTA to SkyView

SkyView is Atlanta’s Ferris wheel at 168 Luckie Street NW. The closest MARTA station is Peachtree Center on the red/gold line, and the GWCC MARTA station on the blue/green line is also in walking distance. The ride is open daily and is near other downtown attractions including the CNN Center tour, Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola […]

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MARTA to the Waffle House Museum

The Waffle House Museum sits on the site of the first Waffle House at 2850 E. College Avenue. The museum is less than a 10-minute walk away from the Avondale MARTA station on the blue rail line. Tours are available by appointment only. MARTA Directions Take a blue line train to the Avondale MARTA station. […]

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MARTA to East Decatur Station

East Decatur Station is a commercial center in walking distance from the Avondale MARTA station on the blue rail line. Tenants include Jazzercise, The Sweatbox, Duck’s Kitchen, Figo Pasta, Corner Pub, Three Taverns Craft Brewery, Decatur Fine Art Gallery and Decatur Healing Arts. Follow the signs to South Parking Lot after exiting the fare gates. At street […]

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MARTA to Ebenezer Baptist Church

Ebenezer Baptist Church at 407 Auburn Avenue NE was the church where Martin Luther King Jr. preached his messages of non-violence. Near the King Memorial MARTA station on the blue and green rail line, the church remains active today. There are several options for getting there on transit: Walk It is about a 10-minute walk to […]

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MARTA to 7 Stages Theatre

7 Stages Theatre supports international works and new plays and playwrights, especially those with political, social and spiritual importance. At 1105 Euclid Avenue, the theatre  is closest to the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. See below for directions, and note that the north side of the train station is closed until March […]

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MARTA to Game-X

Game-X is a high-tech gaming venue in downtown Atlanta at 275 Baker Street near the Dome MARTA station on the blue and green rail lines. You can sip cocktails and beer while playing a variety of games, plus order food from the menu. MARTA Directions If you’re traveling from the airport or another station on the red/gold […]

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MARTA to the Trolley Barn

The Trolley Barn is a historic building at 963 Edgewood Avenue NE that is a 5-minute walk from the Inman Park MARTA station. It once housed Atlanta’s trolleys, and today it is an event space that includes a serving kitchen, main hall, general purpose room and a large outdoor brick patio. You can enter the […]

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