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 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 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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MARTA to Kroger

Kroger is large grocery store chain with locations all over Atlanta. See below for the list of stores closest to train stations and bus routes. Lindbergh Center Rail Line: Red and Gold Walking Time: 5 minutes The new Kroger at Lindbergh Center is now open. Follow the signs pointing toward Morosgo Drive to exit the station (at […]

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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 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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MARTA to Reynoldstown

Reynoldstown is an Atlanta neighborhood east of downtown and and just south of Inman Park/Reynoldstown MARTA station. Originally settled by freed slaves, houses are primarily shotgun cottages and bungalows, and there’s a mix of old and new apartment complexes. As a redeveloping area, there is more crime here than in nearby neighborhoods, but convenience to the […]

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MARTA to Freedom Park

Freedom Park is composed of several linear parks and paths/bike trails that stretch from near downtown to Little Five Points/Candler Park.  The main greenspace referred to as Freedom Park is located where Freedom Parkway dead ends at Moreland Avenue in Little Five Points. The closest MARTA station is Inman Park station on the blue/green rail […]

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MARTA to the Horizon Theatre

The Horizon Theatre is near the Inman Park MARTA station at 1083 Austin Avenue NE. The theatre is located in the back of the Little Five Points Community Center, formerly a school, and features theatrical performances and plays. Directions Take a blue or green line train to the Inman Park station Follow the signs to the Inman Park […]

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MARTA to Savi Provisions

Savi Provisions is a neighborhood market in Decatur, Inman Park, Midtown and Brookhaven that features local and organic food options, wine, beer, pre-made meals and sandwiches. See below for directions on how to get to each location. Decatur The Decatur location is closest to MARTA rail. Take a blue line train to the Decatur MARTA […]

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MARTA to Studioplex

Studioplex is a former warehouse that has been converted to loft residential and commercial spaces at 659 Auburn Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. There are several options for reaching the building on transit: Walk/Bike The closest MARTA station is Inman Park on the blue/green rail line, but it is about a 22-minute walk away […]

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MARTA to the Inman Park Restaurant Week

The Inman Park Restaurant Week takes place several times per year and features prefix dinner courses at area restaurants. The restaurants are accessible via the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line, the BeltLine Eastside Trail and bus 816, which departs from downtown Atlanta, Virginia Highland, Old Fourth Ward and Morningside neighborhoods. You […]

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MARTA to the BeltLine Bus Tour

Bus tours of the BeltLine, Atlanta’s 22-mile rails to trails project, depart from the Inman Park MARTA station on Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Registration is required and private tours are available by request. Directions Take a blue or green line train to the Inman Park station. If traveling from the red or gold line, transfer to […]

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MARTA to the BeltLine Eastside Trail

The BeltLine is a rails to trail project that encircles intown Atlanta neighborhoods. The Eastside Trail stretches from Piedmont Park south to Memorial Drive and is the largest BeltLine segment complete at this time. MARTA currently crosses this trail in several places.  Choose from: King Memorial Station Take a blue or green line train to […]

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MARTA to the Krog Tunnel

The Krog Tunnel is one of Atlanta’s more off-the-beaten-track attractions closest to the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line.  It is known for its graffiti that is equally artwork and advertisement space for local area events. Located where Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park and Cabbagetown meet near the intersection of Dekalb Avenue […]

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MARTA to the Wheelbarrow Festival

The Wheelbarrow Festival is hosted yearly by the Reynoldstown neighborhood.  Located just south of Little Five Points in the Lang-Carson Park, the festival is family-friendly and features live music, food and art. The closest MARTA station is the Inman Park Station on the blue/green rail line.  If coming from Five Points, board an Eastbound train […]

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MARTA to the Inman Park Village

The Inman Park Village is located on N. Highland Avenue near Elizabeth Street in the Inman Park neighborhood. You’ll find condos, apartments, shops and restaurants here as well as the BeltLine Eastside Trail and the Freedom Park PATH trail. Restaurant highlights include the Parish, Fritti, Sotto Sotto, Hampton + Hudson Bread & Butterfly and Barcelona […]

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MARTA to BaconFest

BaconFest is annual fundraiser for Dad’s Garage Theatre Company. The event is full of bacon, beer and bands… sometimes even Kevin Bacon. The event takes places at 569 Ezzard St SE in Old Fourth Ward. There are a few car-free commute options: Walk The closest MARTA station to BaconFest is King Memorial on the blue/green rail line, which is just […]

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MARTA to the Variety Playhouse

The Variety Playhouse is an intimate music venue at 1099 Euclid Ave NE near the Inman Park MARTA station. Built in 1940 as a movie house, the venue hosts a variety of shows and concerts in the heart of Little Five Points. Train Directions Take a blue or green line train to the Inman Park […]

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MARTA to Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown is an intown neighborhood next to Oakland Cemetery that’s known for the Krog Tunnel and the yearly Chomp and Stomp chili and bluegrass festival. It is also home to the Cotton Mill Lofts, historic shotgun houses, Little’s Food Store and restaurants including Agave and Carroll Street Cafe. The closest MARTA stations to Cabbagetown are the King […]

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MARTA to Target

There are several Target stores that are in walking distance of MARTA train stations. View locations and transit directions below to plan your trip. Lindbergh Center Rail Line: Red and GoldWalking Time: 10 minutes Follow the signs to Morosgo Drive to exit the station and walk on Morosgo Drive toward the MARTA Headquarters building. Walk […]

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MARTA to the Inman Park Festival

The Inman Park Festival takes place the last weekend in April next to the Inman Park MARTA station on the blue/green rail line. There’s a large parade on Saturday at 2 p.m. and all weekend long you can enjoy music on several stages and a large artist market in the historic Victorian neighborhood. There are several ways […]

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